Very Short,Very Smart Resume
Does this limit hiring manager's choice to 3 candidates?
Not really. The objective is to save the hiring manager's time. Would it make sense for him to screen lower ranked candidates after he has screened and rejected all the top ranking candidates? We minimize waste by minimizing the number of candidates rejected by the hiring managers. Presenting too many candidates is counterproductive as it clogs the pipeline. Read more about this principle of "Lean Hiring".
Can we rely on the ranked list of Rezoomii?
The ranking is based on the consistent patterns formed by the history of candidates short listed -which is correlated to the preferences of the concerned hiring managers. Our machine learning algorithm learns from these patterns. It's ranking becomes more accurate with time as availability of more cases helps the algorithm to learn better.Read more about "Resume ranking using machine learning".
Is it possible to completely profile a candidate in a Rezoomex of just 500 characters?
A Rezoomex (500 character summary) gives enough detail to decide if one needs to see the detailed resume document. If required one can refer to the multi-page original resume by clicking on a link provided as a part of the "Rezoomex". The idea is to save the drudgery of going through pages of hyperbole only to discover that it hides more than it says.
Are three technical questions enough to judge technical competence of a candidate?
These three questions are asked by our recruiters in the preliminary telephonic interview. This is to ensure that candidates who are called for face to face interviews satisfy the top constraints. The questions based on the top constraints are determined by our technical panel in consultation with the hiring managers.
What are top constraints?
It's been observed that most of the candidates short listed on the basis of their resumes satisfy most of the requirements. Rejections are mainly due to two or three requirements that are harder to satisfy. These requirements are called the top constraints. An example of a top constraint is the requirement to find a suitable candidate who is immediately available. There will be quite a few candidates who would have all the required skills , but most of them are required to serve notice of 30 days or more. Recruiters can save the hiring manager's time by scheduling face to face round only those candidates who are immediately available.