The Skill Radar
Faster to the freelancer of your choice
We are expanding the range of services for experts to include the so-called “Skill Radar”. This tool, which we use for all project tenders and direct mandates, shows the professional suitability of the candidate at a glance.
Who does not know the situation when the spark jumps over, when it becomes clear “this is our desired candidate”. Our clients love this feeling, and so do our candidates. We provide a technology-enabled response to this moment, which often feels like the enjoyment of a delicacy. It is called the “Skill Radar” and it works like this:
As a rule, our customers know very well what their desired candidate should bring to the table. Professional experience, industry know-how, multilingualism and specialized technology knowledge, for example. Usually the hard facts – it’s about experience, training and the knowledge that the organization lacks at that moment.
The right fit thanks to self-assessment
We install this method at the very beginning of the process. A self-assessment of the candidate based on the client’s requirements. The expert estimates himself on the different requirements in a kind of flash survey and can supplement the quantified inputs with additional information. The benefit is obvious: decision-makers, but also the candidates themselves, quickly get an idea of how suitable he or she is for these special requirements.
The right briefing is what counts
Our clients get a clear overview of the candidates’ details from the very first briefing, allowing them to quickly determine and prioritize who should be considered.
We recognize decisive advantages in this method compared to the classical approach:
On the part of the client and the candidates.
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Faster response times to suitable candidates.
In the early stages of the process, taken on the basis of facts.
Your candidate at a glance
In addition to a numerical ranking, the freelancer has the opportunity to assess himself and his qualifications. This is the basis for our approximately one-hour calls with the candidates, during which we brief them on the task, framework conditions and culture of the commissioning organization. During the same interview, we ask people about their qualifications and experience in the required areas.