Human wants are endless and we keep on searching what makes us happier, better and efficient. So as goes for recruitment industry that has taken a radical shift with more new methods coming in for recruitment, sourcing and social media. Now Semantic searches are done on resume databases to find closer results for job advertised or vice versa, but one has to be tech savvy to get the best results grilled out. So here’s a brief about Semantic for the laymen:

            “Study of meaning, inherent at the levels of words, phrases, and sentences. It also stands for word-to-word searches and meaning of words and phrases at the conceptual, contextual and grammatical level. In short it means a lot.” The best way to know more, please watch this presentation on Slide share by the best in business, Glen Cathey.

Now every new company claiming as HR solution provider has got foot in the door and made competition fiercer than ever. Here customer needs to be aware of marketing gimmicks and real-implications of having technology in place. So how can one use technology to its fullest. Very simple, seek the answer within.

  • Chalk out the objective of having it in the first place. Pros/Cons
  • Real- time benefits, time-frame of seeing visible changes.
  • Business growth and acquisitions of new customers or markets.
  • Creating a niche or a distinct brand of itself in the market.

If the technology answers these simple questions, you can opt for the solution a lot easily. Now coming back to Semantic in resume search, let’s see how this can make a difference in your resume reading.

A Save money, save time by getting the best out-of-resumes for job advertised and closest match as per skills, core competencies and other organizational attributes required.

B Understand resume, know more than others by using Semantic search to carve out relevant Key skills required in a candidate. As Semantic helps organizing both structured and unstructured data, the ideal matches comes a lot faster than by traditional ones.

C Match technologies understand differences between job descriptions and candidate resumes thereof it lets you find out the standout candidates easily.

              Now what effect it can bring to your searching; eliminate the need of recruiters to have specialized knowledge of industry specific keywords or terminologies, reduce your time considerably to find relevant matches, meaning beyond words, groups or sentences. Deep understanding of titles, skills, concepts, Relationship between the words and concept analyzed automatically via fuzzy matching. So its time for you to take your search to next level via Semantic search option and make your hiring proficient. Please share your feedbacks on this amazing technology and how better we can lift our resume searches.

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Tags: Agency Recruiting, Corporate Recruiting, Human Resources, Job Seekers, Recruiting Tools / Sourcing

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