Through integrating and merging its trio of hiring tools onto a single-platform system, LinkedIn asserts that it will create efficiency for recruiters by needing less time spent and offering stronger candidate options.
For well over a year, LinkedIn has been rebuilding all of its hiring products -- including Recruiter, Jobs and Pipeline Builder -- onto a single, common platform. Called the Intelligent Hiring Experience, LinkedIn says the new platform will bring recruiters more qualified candidates and save them time. It's launching this summer with more than a dozen new features.
The Intelligent Hiring Experience will tap into LinkedIn's existing data to infer userful information about open jobs and job seekers. For instance, the platform may be able to infer that a job seeker has certain programming skills -- even if they're not listed on his or her LinkedIn profile -- if other people with the same job history have specific programming skills.
The new platform should more effectively connect job seekers to the right jobs and recruiters, John Jersin, VP of LinkedIn Talent Solutions and Careers, explained to reporters this week.
"In many cases we might be able to determine if there's a match based on skills the job seeker never wrote down and the recruiter never put in the job description and never searched for," he explained.
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