CISO Hiring Guide: Prescreening and Shortlisting Strong Candidates for Interview

April 5, 2018

The purpose of applicant prescreening is to make the hiring process more manageable by reducing the set of plausible candidates to a number that a hiring organization can evaluate without information overload or stringing along clearly unsuitable applicants. The main question during prescreening is, “how well do candidates align with organizational requirements?” At this point, no candidate can be expected to be an exact match, and even “perfect” candidates can unravel in later phases. Still, a well-conceived and executed prescreening process can help hiring managers and organizations identify a manageable number of candidates for further consideration. 

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