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Matching People and Jobs: A Bilateral Recommendation Approach

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Matching People and Jobs: A Bilateral Recommendation Approach
Recommendation systems are widely used on the Internet to assist customers in finding the products or services that best fit with their individual preferences. While current implementations successfully reduce information overload by generating personalized suggestions when searching for objects such as books or movies, recommendation systems so far cannot be found in another potential field of application: the personalized search for subjects such as applicants in a recruitment scenario. Theory shows that a good match between persons and jobs needs to consider both, the preferences of the recruiter and the preferences of the candidate. Based on this requirement for modeling bilateral selection decisions, we present an approach applying two distinct recommendation systems to the field in order to improve the match between people and jobs. Finally, we present first validation test runs from a student experiment showing promising results. .
Jochen Malinowski, Tobias Keim, Oliver Wendt, Tim
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where HICSS
Authors Jochen Malinowski, Tobias Keim, Oliver Wendt, Tim Weitzel
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