Each requisition has a Talent Page - a page where applicants in association with that req will live. We break down the applicant's association by the following categories.
Setup and Options
Review Resume / Star icon
If the applicant/talent has a star icon in front of their name, it indicates that the owner of this job (at the top of the page) has not viewed that particular applicant's/talents resume from this page.
Once the owner opens the candidate's resume preview (lower right corner), the star will disappear.
Notice how the star icon is gone from Sean Smiles
The ranking doesn't get initially set and will show a Question Mark symbol
- Rank order can ONLY be adjusted by users that have put a candidate in the bucket.
- Until they put a candidate into the Job's Submitted/Pipelined buckets, the clicking and dragging will not stick candidates in a new order or adjust Rank order.
You are able to click, and drag, the Employee/Applicants to the correct rank/order.
- In the example below, we are clicking, and dragging, the 'Sean Smiles' record to the top
Once you have the Employee/Applicant in the desired rank/order, release the mouse button
Notice the ranking now being displayed
- You can continue to re-arrange to get the desired rank
This is where your submittals live. Candidates who have been qualified and or submitted to the Hiring Manager. You will want to update the candidate's stage as they are further qualified or declined. When a placement has been made, you will need to select the green checkmark to start the candidate in Avionté.
If the applicant/talent has a star next to their name, it indicates that the owner of this job has not viewed that particular applicant's/talents resume from this page. Once the owner opens the candidate's resume preview, the star will disappear.
This section acts as a “holding tank” for candidates that may be potential nominees for the position. Essentially, If a candidate lives here, you are either in the process of interviewing or reviewing them with your team.
For all individuals that apply for a position on the web, be it through job boards or your organization’s careers page, the applicant will be added directly to the “Web Applicant/Talent” section for that requisition.
Auto Applicant/Talent Finder compares the Position Title & Skill tags on the job to existing candidates in your database' Position Category and Skill tags. This section also considers the geographical location of both the applicant in comparison to the job.
So while you are sourcing for new talent - Avionté will handle the internal sourcing for you, and will quantify match success by rank
Resume Matcher uses the job title keywords and the Position Title and Skills that have been tagged to the job and matches applicants/talent (in your database) with the same keywords within their resume text. This is automatically done by the keywords you set with Boolean logic and will show up within a certain number of times.
In the event you need to quickly add someone to the talent page, head down the search section, locate them, and either pipeline/consider or nominate/submit them to the job. You can search by:
- Phone Number
- Industry Experience
- Resume Keyword Search
- Position Title and Skill Search
Within the Applicant/Talent Search bucket of each Talent Screen, you can search specifically through the resumes within all of the other buckets in that screen. You can even select one or more buckets for your search. Do a quick search through all of your Current Nominees/Submittals, Pipeline/Under Consideration, Web Applicants/Talent, Auto Applicant/Talent Finder and Resume Matcher buckets by entering search criteria into the simple Boolean logic search box and it will bring back the strongest candidates based on the string that you entered within each of the areas.
Avionté has recently made an update to the Talent/Candidates Page which allows you to add a Flag Column to each bucket. Depending on how you are using the flags internally, you would now be able to quickly tell which applicants have which flags without having to click into the Resume Aside or profile.
Use Case: We recommend you leverage red flags for any candidates that you no longer want to consider for your jobs, (maybe they aren’t in the right industry or have performed poorly in the past). With the flag’s column, you can now easily identify this red flag without having to view the resume aside. If you have multiple candidates who have applied that have red flags, you can select all of them to quickly decline all of them. This update will ultimately reduce clicks and allow users to spend time recruiting the correct candidates!