TL;DR: This section provides an overview and guidance on how GoodTime's Tag feature work within Interviewer Training.
Tag(s) are a keyword/term that you assign to an interviewer or room within GoodTime to help you to dynamically increase or refine your scheduling search results. To lean more about Advanced Tags click here.
How Tags Work Within The Interviewer Training Feature:
- Interviewer Training uses tags (typically 'Advanced Tags' that identify a skill associated with an interviewer) as a means of identifying those trainees who have graduated a training path and are now a qualified interviewer.
- Prior to setting up Interviewer Training its important to review those existing Tags you have associated with interviewers and your scheduling processes and build training paths to grow these existing interviewer groups: (Ex: you often schedule interviewers based on a 'Java' tag on their interviewer profile)
- Each Training Path will assign a trainee a Tag (or tags) when they completes all classes within the Training Path to indicate they are a trained interviewer.
- Upon graduating from a training path you can automate up the three different actions to take place for the graduating trainee:
- ONE: You can ADD one or more tags to a trainee to indicate they are qualified to conduct/host the interview style indicated by the assigned tag. We Recommend this action ALWAYS occurs
- TWO: You can REMOVE one or more tags from a trainee. This is typically done when you want to show that a trainee has leveled-up from one tag group to another
- THREE: You can AUTO ENROLL the graduating trainee into another training path. This is typically done when you want a trainee to immediately train for a new interviewing skill once completing their initial one.
The following video provides an overview of how Tags work within Interviewer Training:
- Having 5 or more trained interviewers assigned to a tag provides candidates a 95% chance of finding a time that fits seamlessly into their own schedule.
- For every 1% increase in representation of women on interview panels, there is a 2% increase in job acceptance rates... Have you considered using DE&I tags?