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An interview scorecard is an evaluation template with a list of all the qualities and skills expected out of the position. This helps interviewers approach interviews in a structured manner and goes a long way in helping remove hiring biases.
Interview scorecards are customizable. You can add the scorecard when you create a job posting or customize it after the job posting is created.
How do I create a new interview scorecard?
Once you have created a new job posting, you can directly configure your Interview Scorecard from the details page of the job posting.
If you wish to change or set your interview scorecard later, here is how you go about it.
Go to Recruit, choose a job of your choice, and click Details to view the complete details of the job.
Scroll down to find the Manage Interview Scorecard option under the Hiring Workflow section.
Click it and the following pop-up will open.
You can create your own customized card by following these steps.
Add the Sections, a section description to let your interviewers know what or why this section is important for the hiring process. Add the Competencies you want under them. Or directly add competencies to be assessed.
8. Type the competency required, choose the input you want the answer to be in, Rating, Rating with Comments, Multi-choice or Single Choice, Text box, etc.,
Note: a) Rating, Multi-choice, Single Choice, and the "Rating" in Rating with Comments are all strings that can be used a maximum of 50 times in your scorecard. That is you can have each of these options in your scorecard only when in total it is up to 50, after the limit is reached, these options will be disabled. Similarly Text Box and the "Comments" in Rating with Comments together can be used a maximum of 50 times post which they will be disabled.
b) If you delete few competencies with filled feedback, they will be preserved under each candidate's profile and the input types used for them will be accounted for in your total 50 counts, however, if your competencies were deleted with no feedback in them, those input types will not be accounted for. This holds true when you edit an interview scorecard and copy a new one from a different job as well.
9. Add a hint to your interviewer to guide them on what to look for in the candidate under each competency.
If you wish to copy the interview scorecard of some other job posting, you can do so by clicking Copy from and select the job of your choice from the drop-down list.
Once you have set everything, click Preview to see how the scorecard looks.
You can also set the Visibility of the scorecard based on who you want the completed scorecard to be visible to.
Your interviewers can add "Notes to themselves" while taking the interview whicIh they can later come back to while submitting the feedback.
If you are satisfied, click Save to save the scorecard.
Here is a video showing how to customize Interview Scorecard: