eosloz wrote on Mar 30, 2021, 06:38:
I know its totally off topic.. though I just need suggestion that's why asking here..
Since I work in HR, I understand the problem of hiring a technical employee, especially a developer, if you are not a tech person. I have noticed that other recruiters also have problems hiring a developer.
I am looking for some software / tools that we can use to filter suitable candidates when you have multiple resumes for a technical job. I found scoring methods on some job posting sites (indeed) where they show a score after applying for a job, is it very helpful and how can we use it?
I've done some searches, but I'm not sure which software / tool is right for me... have you ever tried or experienced any of them?
Let me know if you know others tools
I was a hiring manager in IT for a few years. We used Indeed, but the best resumes I got was from a recruiting firm (I forget the name now). IIRC the problem with Indeed is that I just got a lot of resumes that didn't follow the precise instructions I left for application, so there was a lot of crap to sift through. The problem with recruiters of course is that they cost 1000s of dollars, but the quality of candidates is excellent. All that said, you'll really need your dev manager to assess the candidates to see if they are a good fit technically and personality-wise.
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