You’ve advertised a job vacancy. It’s a great role and your business is clearly alluring for job seekers; the advert has attracted a significant amount of applications. Now you need to identify which of those applicants you want to progress and interview. When choosing the best candidates to interview, the first port of call is to review their CVs. But when your vacancy has received lots of attention, this can become a mammoth task.
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