Tech jobs posted on tech career marketplace Dice, a DHI Group, Inc. (NYSE: DHX) brand, now include Dice Match, which leverages patented taxonomy to show tech professionals the jobs they are most qualified for. Since the launch of Dice Match on March 1, nearly 120,000 users have seen their score for an active job listing, resulting in an increased job apply rate.
“Searching for a new job can be time consuming and, while finding the right role is the most important outcome, finding it quickly isn’t far behind. With Dice Match, tech professionals using Dice get a more personalized and efficient job search experience. They can immediately see how well each job fits with their skills, level of experience and job titles, effectively eliminating jobs with poor scores from consideration and increasing the time they spend on those that provide the best potential,” said Art Zeile, CEO of Dice. “Subsequently, the increase in quality and relevant applicants allows recruiters and HR professionals to spend less time on sourcing, interviewing and hiring for their open tech roles.”
The new Dice Match feature leverages the company’s patented taxonomy in its Knowledge Graph alongside industry-leading machine learning models that utilize neural networks and other best-in-class techniques. This allows us to automatically connect the skills, title and experience on a tech professional’s Dice profile and resume with jobs available on the platform to highlight how well they match with jobs they are interested in, creating a better Dice experience for the technology professional.
ClearanceJobs has released its latest product Enhanced Employer Profile. Enhanced Employer Profile enables government contractors and government agencies to attract in demand security-cleared talent by taking the standard Employer Profile on ClearanceJobs to the next level. This product boosts employer branding which gives employers an advantage while recruiting cleared professionals in a tight market.
Employer branding is critical to successful recruiting in the cleared space and, when done effectively, can broaden the pool of talent applying for positions. In today’s candidate market, it’s not enough to simply post jobs or attend networking events – employers must actively convey their company’s culture, benefits, and the overall employment experience. Enhanced Employer Profile is a self-serve feature which enables employers to showcase their company and get creative with a multitude of layout configurations. Not only can employers engage candidates in a more meaningful manner, but in doing so they’ll have the edge on competition.