A painful underlying problem in the online recruitment field is the pain of the job seekers.
Today, job seekers are systemically “shoot” their resume as part of their job search at any position that seems appropriate to them (sometimes more than one version to accommodate themselves to a large range of jobs).
This behavior produces a sense of uncertainty in the job seeker because there is no indication from the employer and all the candidate has to do is waiting in anticipation to the employer response. Of course this behavior violates the “pain” of the employer which expressed flood resumes in the mail. Among the entire resumes, the employer should select and formulate a list of finalized candidates. This process is long and frustrating for both sides and ultimately leads, quite a few times, to compromise - the employer recruit candidate “most worthy of those filtered” and the candidate finds himself “fighting” on a job which does not necessarily among his professional and personal ambitions.
Imagine a new solution for the uncertainty of the employees. Imagine a “Career Analysis Center “. The tool in question allows any jobseeker See how does he look like in the eyes of employers. Each user will have personal Dashboard displays graphs and data analytical information such as “How many recruiters were watching me” (day / week / all), “Who’s watching me”, “What are the keywords in my popularity”, which industries, and perhaps most importantly - “Who paid to get my contact information “.
Such a tool will minimizes the sense of uncertainty and it is estimated that gradually dispersed moderate the behavior of job seekers applying for many jobs
Another common phenomenon as part of job search is to create a profile in a variety of Web sites and job boards. The job seeker doesn’t want to “miss opportunities” that may be released at one site rather than the other, that’s the reason he had to manage and update several user profiles, in several different internet platforms.