We agree that it doesn’t sound like the sexiest idea in the world, but we’re the kind of people who find every aspect of effective recruitment practice pretty sexy, so bear with us!
Back to the beginnings of employment - the secret to success is getting the right person to do the right work for the right price. This was true as soon as people realised that it was easier to get somebody else to make their clothes whilst they made somebody else’s axe heads. It’s called specialisation and it’s what makes modern life possible. Great recruitment happens when two things come together - the instinctive ability of a recruiter, whether they are an HR manager or a recruitment consultant, to recognise which personality will fit into an existing team or structure and the cold hard data that ensures that the personality comes equipped with the essential skills to do the job.
Your human intuition, or the intuition of your personnel team or a recruitment consultant, make the first thing happen, CV parsing makes the second thing happen.
What’s the biggest waste of time when you’re trying to recruit? CVs. They are necessary, but they are also the greatest time drain when what you really want to be doing is examining the evidence and then bringing your intuition to bear on how to prioritise the best candidates into interview. CV parsing takes the need to read, interpret and input CVs off your hands. Our CV parsing is one of the best in a competitive industry, it’s swift and its accuracy is unmatched. You might think that would be enough for us, but it’s not. Why do we find CV parsing sexy? Because we went beyond being better than the rest, to add four features that make our CV parsing truly great:
So CV parsing is a powerful tool, an effective aid to recruitment and yes, we think our Recruit So Simple CV parsing is sexy … if yours isn’t, perhaps it’s time to find out what makes our so special?
What our customers say
Excellent product, excellent serviceRecruit So Simple was recommended to me by several people in recruitment who use it. They were not wrong about it. It's already a good product; feature rich, intuitive and not overly complicated. However, where it really excels is at how open the guys are to implementing requested changes to the system. They are eager to make it market leading and it's definitely going down that route. Too many systems have too many unusable and/or complex features which never get used.
Liz Whiteman, Director, UK