• Keith Halperin

    Thanks, Galina. Because of a new tool which sorts and ranks resumes (at the rate of ~1/second) against a job description (and whatever phrases you put in), it’s no longer as important to do the work at the front end. Rather, it would be better to make sure the JD/phrases reflect what you need, then cast a very wide net that brings in scores, or hundreds of potential candidates- the tool will let you see the very best of them with minimal eyeballing. Conversely, you could enter hundred of profiles/resumes of uncontacted people, then go after the very best after the tool sorts/ranks them.

    • cordero7

      Why are you being so secretive about this “tool”? What’s the big secret? Just tell us specifically what tool you are talking about.

      • Keith Halperin

        —————————— cordero7
        Why are you being so secretive about this “tool”? What’s the big secret? Just tell us specifically what tool you are talking about.

        3:06 a.m., Thursday July 20 | Other comments by cordero7
        *Reply to cordero7*

        cordero7’s comment is in reply to *Keith Halperin* :

        Thanks, Galina. Because of a new tool which sorts and ranks resumes (at the rate of ~1/second) against a job description (and whatever phrases .

        Cordero 7: I am not putting out the name upfront because have a connection with this tool, and hope to profit financially and in other ways from its distribution. If anyone is interested, please ask POLITELY and I will be happy to refer you to the tool’s creator/developer.