We have developed our own taxonomy consisting of hundreds and thousands of Skills and Job Profiles.
We started with ONET & ESCO years ago; however, their skill hierarchy was lacking, so we decided to build our own. We have a dedicated team focused full-time on adding and updating our Taxonomy, as new technology/jobs are created regularly. We keep updating to ensure you always have the best Taxonomy.
How does taxonomy help you?
As mentioned earlier, our Taxonomy consists of hundreds of thousands of skills and job profiles.
Utilizing the RChilli Taxonomy and parser, you can see the candidate's best-fit Taxonomy based on the skills hierarchy. Our taxonomy is a booster for both our resume parser and Search & Match Engine as it is used in resume/job extraction as well as during the searching/matching of resumes and jobs. Skills/job alias offer multiple keywords. Instead of using one keyword to filter the resumes, the matching technology makes use of these keywords to provide the relevant matches for resumes/jobs.
This Taxonomy is then used to identify skills best fit the job profiles, thus matching the best-fit candidates to the job by utilizing RChilli's matching algorithms.
What Does Taxonomy Bring to You?
Similar Skills/Jobs- Users can create extra tags in search engines with similar skills/jobs.
Skills/Jobs Alias- Get recommended skills and job titles with skills/jobs alias.
Related Skills/Jobs- Enhance your search results by getting keyword recommendations through related skills/jobs.
Govt. Database- Taxonomy 3.0 can easily map with local govt databases.
Ontology- It is the step-by-step classification of skills/job profiles. Use it to set a standard for storing resumes/jobs.