FAQ

How can I use the filters effectively and rank the candidates?

A.  We take as an example the DEMO on the homepage in Step 4. 


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Click "View Filters"

You can start filter out the candidates who meet the minimum requirements. For example, if this is:

-  Bachelor: click “Bachelor”

-  Minimum 3 years working experience: click “Min” and leave “Max” open

-  Full Proficiency in English: click “Full Proficiency” and “Mother Tongue”**


** If the criteria you are looking for is not the “highest” in a sequence of answers, you also need to tick the higher options, as you want both the Full Proficiency speakers as the native speakers!

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You get 12 candidates with the minimum requirements. 

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Change the status of these candidates in medium and all of them will get a yellow block in front of them.

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C.  Now you want to see how many of these 12 candidates meet other important criteria. Go to “View Filters” , 

keep the current filter but add your other criteria like for example:

-  Minimum of 2 years’ experience in Administration, Financial Reporting, Narrative Reporting and Monitoring: Click “Administration”, “Financial Reporting”, “Narrative Reporting” and “Monitoring”

-  Limited proficiency in Spanish: click “Limited Proficiency”, “Full Proficiency” and “Mother Tongue”


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You get now 6 candidates who all meet, according to their answers, these criteria. They are in principle your best candidates; however it is always advisable to check the rest of their cvselection-file,including CV.

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 You now change the status of these candidates in “high” (blue).


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If you consider the amount of 6 high candidates low, you can always check the cvselection-file of the yellow/medium candidates and upgrade their status to “high” in case you consider some of them also interesting.

So, by applying 2 filters:

1.  Minimum requirements: Filtering all the candidates who meet the minimum criteria

2.  All requirements: Filtering from the minimum candidates the ones who meet all the requirements

You get your most interesting candidates.

Of course you can apply in 1 time all the criteria, but you run the risk you do not encounter sufficient candidates and we all know that it is hardly impossible to find the sheep with the 5 legs!

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