Leverage the Knowledge of Your Senior Recruiters
Becoming a Boolean master takes time – something you don’t tend to have when it comes to high-volume recruiting! To get less experienced sourcers up and running quickly, you should tap into the knowledge and expertise of your more senior recruiters by getting them to share their most effective search terms for sourcing candidates.
As well as on-the-job mentoring and training, by creating an easily accessible library of powerful Boolean search strings, junior colleagues can get ahead in the hunt for ideal candidates and elevate your team output through effective strategic sourcing.
This is a great example of how to drive collaboration within your team. For more tricks and tips, check out our dedicated stakeholder collaboration page.
While your less experienced recruiters focus on developing their Boolean strings skills, there are other alternatives, such as Semantic Suggestions, to help them to continue expanding their search criteria and making the most of their sourcing efforts and time.
Help your recruiters share knowledge with Avature’s Search Criteria Library. They can save the powerful Boolean strings that return the strongest search results of qualified candidates so junior recruiters can use them too.
Avature Semantic Suggestions in advanced search, available in English, French and German, use machine learning to go beyond word-for-word matching and provide neighboring terms that help deliver better search results.
The Avature advanced search feature lets you save the most effective semantic searches so recruiters have them handy whenever they need to widen their search criteria.
Transforming Candidate Search with Scalable Recruiting AI
From assistance in boolean searches to matching candidates to job requisitions, our new AI-powered features will bring agility to every recruiters’ day.
Artificial Intelligence: A Conversation With Rabih Zbib
Our resident expert in everything AI, Rabih Zbib, talks about the current and future role of AI in strategic HR.
Your Guide to Effective Candidate Sourcing
In a candidate-driven market, a passive approach to sourcing will no longer suffice. Discover the innovative ways you can source proactively and the benefits of tailoring your strategy to meet the needs of each talent pipeline.
Use Boolean Operators
Boolean operators allow you to join search terms and build complex and specific searches. The primary Boolean operators are AND, OR and NOT.
This content is exclusively for our existing clients. You will be asked to log in to the Avature Training Campus.