Our community of expert recruiters are vetted numerous times once they join the RecruitiFi platform.

First, recruiters must apply to be a part of our community and, after a thorough screening, a select group of applicants are invited to join.  When a recruiter signs up, they must classify the industries, roles, and geographies they specialize in. This ensures that recruiters are only getting focused JobCasts in their areas of expertise.

Second, each new recruiter has a trial period in which their candidates are reviewed before they are released to the employer. Those who submit candidates who are curated out prior to being released to the employer, are algorithmically scored down. If they continue to perform like this, they are eventually scored off the platform.

Third, recruiters submit candidates and are scored for that particular role, industry, and location based on the feedback from employers. If their score drops below a certain threshold, they no longer receive invites to future JobCasts in that vertical.

Fourth, the candidates anonymously rate the recruiters on their professionalism, knowledge of the job, knowledge of the employer, and other key metrics. Recruiters that receive anything below a 4 out of 5 rating from their candidates are personally reviewed by the RecruitiFi team, with the potential of being coached for improvement or removed from platform entirely.  This ensures that our community will maintain a high standard for your employment brand and candidate experience.

As recruiters prove themselves, they continue to get more opportunities through our platform.

When you bring your own Legacy Vendors onto the platform, they skip the application process, and can immediately receive requisitions and submit candidates without going through the curation process. RecruitiFi's Expert Referral System (ERS) is a simple, efficient, and elegant way to manage the vendors with whom you already have preexisting relationships, and we, therefore, expedite their submissions to you.

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