Powerful and Intuitive Self-Service Recruiter Tools
Recruiters are increasingly turning to online recruitment solutions, which allow them to find, review, assess and interview candidates, as well as collaborate with colleagues, from anywhere in the world. The Clevry web app allows recruiters to do the following:
Create Bespoke Application and Assessment Flows – Recruiters set up tailored application processes for each job they advertise. They can specify details they wish to collect on the application form, as well as set up a multi-stage online application process, which can include anything from Personality Tests, Verbal Tests and Situational Judgement Tests to Recorded Interviews, Live Interviews and Virtual Team Discussions. They can set automatic pass / fail criteria for each test, or choose to manually review candidates at each stage, allowing flexibility and automation as needed.
Obtain Powerful Insight to Candidate Traits and Skills That Matter – Recruiters can review applicants and see information about the soft, and hard, skills that matter for the role. They can view results and reports on candidate traits, as well as automatically calculated candidate matching scores, which indicate their suitability for the job. Recruiters may be required to approve or reject candidates at each stage, or this may be done automatically, and they can choose to manually move them between stages.
Assessor Online Testing and Interviewing – Built in, sophisticated, video conferencing functionality, allows recruiters and their team of assessors to run one-to-one or multi-person interviews and discussions, including options to add additional external parties via a link and to view suggested interview questions and candidate information on the screen whilst interviewing. Other options allow candidates to make a video recording of their answers to written interview questions and to complete written answers to timed case study questions.
Presenting to Decision Makers and Rating Candidates – Recruiters can choose to present candidates who have impressed to the decision makers in their company. The decision makers access a dashboard which displays information cards about each of the candidates. They are able to review candidate information, application details, assessment results and reports, take part in virtual interviews and rate the candidates and leave feedback. Additionally, decision makes can choose to indicate they are not interested in a candidate, that they wish to invite a candidate to interview or they wish to make an offer to them; all of which trigger automatic actions, such as emails to candidates and notifications to recruiters to book interviews or make offers.