What is recruitment matching ?
In the recruitment world, matching involves analysing the candidate’s know-how, motivators and behavioural skills and comparing them with the job requirements. Using these behavioural data, the algorithm can then identify the profile with the highest compatibility score.
“More than one in four recruiters believes that finding candidates with the right skills is one of the biggest challenges today.”*
Monster’s Future of Work report, 2021
This is why having a matching solution can make all the difference!
At WeSuggest, we firmly believe that people must remain central to the recruitment process: artificial intelligence is there to support the recruiter, not the other way around.
Analyse thousands of data points
to find candidates who are the best match for the job and your business
Secure your recruitment decisions
by means of reliable and relevant data
The advantages of predictive recruitment
The affinity matching tool offered by WeSuggest offers multiple advantages, which will revolutionise your recruitment process! Thanks to algorithms:
by selecting the soft skills that best match your job requirements and your corporate culture, based on the recommendations provided.
Digitise your recruitment experience
to improve your employer brand.
Increase the effectiveness of your pre-selection process
by looking further than the CV and assessing your candidates’ soft skills.
Organise higher-quality interactions
with candidates, based on reliable and relevant data.
Objectivise your decision-making
and eliminate the cognitive biases that impair your judgement.
Make job-seeking a positive experience
by enabling candidates to assess their own soft skills in a fun and entertaining way.
Why is it important to consider personality when recruiting?
Did you know that one in two recruitments ends in failure after 18 months?*
It’s important to assess your soft skills to make sure you’re a good fit for the corporate culture and the team, and that you’ll thrive in your job.
*Source: MyRHLine study
Before starting your recruitment process, remember to think over and make a list of your selection criteria.
Before starting your recruitment process, remember to think over and make a list of your selection criteria. Applications should be sorted based on objective data, in particular by making a list of the technical skills needed for the job. You will then be able to analyse the soft skills, which are more difficult to identify based on the CV alone.