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Facile Recruit Disclosure Number: IPCOM000246155D
Publication Date: 2016-May-12
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A method to allow the Recruiters or Researchers to find a location specific analysis of the Job-boards, and the Social networking sites so that healthy candidates can be shortlisted. Proposed system would allow the user to select a location and thereby responds with job boards specific to the location, and an analysis of each from the existing trend.

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Facile Recruit


Recruiting Process Outsourcing allows organizations to be strategic about hiring but the pain

point in this area is sourcing candidates.


As RPO is a global process, the researcher or recruiter might need to source candidates for clients across the globe and hence, they need to search online Job Boards for a particular location before they're able to source candidate. Also, they may miss some local & Niche Job Boards which are not primarily listed in the search engines. Hence, the sourcing becomes hectic before hiring. Finding the "Quality Analysis" of the Jobs boards & various other sources (new papers, Job Fairs, Etc...) is one more hectic process for a recruitment firm.


Our work deals with building software that acts as a database of all the Job boards and also a

Recruiter friendly tool that allows tracking right candidate. Proposed work would allow the authorized users to login. Any user who has enough privileges would be able to login and select the priorities, where the priorities include location, views, reviews, or ratings. Once a priority is set up, the user could search and retrieve the results. User could select the healthy website basing on the several factors that include number of visits, number of short-listed candidates and the niche parameters. A visualization of what we propose:



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Fig. 1. Visual picture of how the analysis would be given to the user.


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