Do you need to find candidates who listed a certain skill in their resume? Or are you looking for a certain email or evaluation but can’t remember whose profile it’s on? Search for text terms that appear in a candidate’s resume or in the comments and messaging history on their profile.
Application questions aren’t helpful if you lose track of responses. You can search for certain terms that appear in written answers or filter by a specific multiple-choice selection. Find the candidates who meet your baseline requirements so you proceed with the right people.
Do you only need to sort through the candidates who applied for a certain job? You can not only apply search criteria for a specific opening, but you can also narrow your search to a particular stage. Focus on the right candidate pool and find who you’re looking for.
It’s a good idea to step back and review your hiring track record every once in a while. Our search function lets you filter past candidates by the specific reason they weren’t hired. Discover what you could have done better and improve going forward.
Maybe you need to locate candidates who meet multiple criteria or filter out certain candidates from the results. Recruiterbox comes with Boolean search functionality so you can apply AND, OR, or NOT qualifiers. Search for multiple terms (“sales” AND Boston”), either or criteria (“Business Administration” OR “MBA”), or exclude certain terms (“app developer” NOT “Android”).
Organization is key when you have a large candidate database. Our search functionality helps you find a single candidate or group of candidates without a hitch.