Inda’s methods for the suggestion of Skills and Job Titles, the ESCO classification and mapping
Every candidate uses different words and languages to write his/her CV, and this can sometimes compromise the good success of the recruiting process. For the HR teams working in companies and employment agencies, which have to face different CVs every day, it’s really fundamental to be able to recognize and identify Skills and Job Titles in every form in the CVs, so that they won’t risk excluding qualified candidates from the selection process.
The new Skills and Job Titles system, provided by Inda, is not only capable of allowing the recruiters to enlarge his/her lexical knowledge, but also to exploit the Skills and Job Titles suggestion offered by Inda in order to:
Skills and Job Title’s suggestion provided by Inda works in order to enrich recruiters’ vocabulary with words with a similar meaning compared to those in input. With a given Skill, the system gives you a list of Skills close to the first one (SIMILAR SKILLS); similarly, with a given Job Title, Inda provides you with a list of Job Titles similar to the first one (SIMILAR JOB TITLES).
In this case, for example, starting from a specific job as “sales“, Inda suggests similar Job Titles such as “foreign sales“, “sales director“, “sales agent“, “sales account“.
Skills per languages
Job Titles per languages
Meeting the different requests of companies and employment agencies, Inda makes mapping easier and allows the Skills and Job Titles identification also by following other methods. Starting from Skills and Job Titles which belong to a specific classification, Inda provides results in line with national, European or international standards chosen by the customer: ESCO, ISCO, ISTAT, O*NET.
The mapping and Skills and Job Titles identification operations also allows recruiter to carefully evaluate candidate’s profiles and operate a Skills Gap Analysis and verify which competences the candidates have or the ones required by the job advertisement. In this sense, following the research of a sales figure, it’s possible to find skills such as selling or billing in the CV but also the absence of others such as orders or cash management.