How to Select the Best Applicant With Artificial Intelligence

If you cannot quickly identify the right job applicant from a huge stack of resumes, then you are wasting your time.

More important, you are wasting the team’s’ time in interviewing the applicants who will not accept your job offer or they are not the best fit for your job vacancy!

I am going to show you the best method for selecting the right applicant to start your interview process.

As an example, let’s say that you received 100 applicants from one of your job postings.

I will say Congratulations and welcome to the hardest part of filling a job vacancy – selecting the best applicants to bring in for interviews.

Why is selecting the best applicants to bring in for interviews the hardest part of the process?

The short answer is that you are separating only one winner from the other 99 applicants.

How will you make your selection?

Will you start by eliminating the unemployed, the older ones, the job hoppers, the ones lacking in experience or education? How about the ones who are presently working with employers that you are unaware of?

Also, how do you know if the ones with the best resumes will win or accept your job offer?

You may not know all the answers, but I’m sure you know that if you don’t get it right, you might have to start the entire process all over again, and may end up with the same results!

The most effective method today for selecting the best applicant is no longer a quick resume scan, or many years of experience in recruiting, or your intuition or even a telephone interview – today it is using automation.

By automation, I am referring to a digital platform with similar algorithm technology used by the major online dating sites such as eHarmony.

Just by answering a series of detailed questions about the job vacancy, the platform will immediately identify not only the individuals with the right qualifications, the right cultural fit, at the right compensation, but will most likely to leave his/her present employer for the right opportunity.

If this sounds too good to be true, then I encourage you to take a test drive and experience it for yourself.