You can use the Candidate Engagement Hub (or CEH) to review upcoming event sign-ups and registrants as well as follow up with past candidates. The CEH gathers all of your candidates and interactions with them in one place, whether they came from a Brazen event, QuickChat, or a Virtual Engagement Center (or VEC).
The CEH Candidates page allows you to view candidates who have engaged with your organization. You can filter them by the event, QuickChat, or VEC they interacted with, their answers to registration questions, the number of times they engaged with your organization, their most recent rating, or whether they uploaded a resume during the event registration process. You can also search for candidates by name or email address.
At any point, you can download a CSV file of all of your or your organization's candidates.
|CEH is not yet available to everyone. If you want to learn more, please contact your Brazen Account Manager.|
In This Article
- Select Your Organization
- Filter by Events or VECs
- Filter by Registration Questions
- Filter by Engagements
- Filter by the Most Recent Rating
- Filter by Resume
- Search by Candidate Name
- Search by Candidate Email
- Download Candidate Information
- Additional Resources
Select Your Organization
|The Select Account dropdown only appears if your user account is linked to multiple organizations.|
The Candidates page, All candidates, and My candidates only show candidates from one organization at a time. If your user account is linked to multiple organizations in Brazen, you can view candidate information from another organization by using the Select Account dropdown menu in the upper right corner.
Filter by Events or VECs
You can filter the candidates table by the event or VEC they interacted with, whether in My candidates or All candidates.
Click the Events dropdown menu, then select the desired event or VEC.
My candidates displays a list of candidates you interacted with in the past. Here, you can only filter by past events or VECs in the Event dropdown menu. To view candidates signed up or registered for upcoming events or those who have interacted with another Representative in your organization's QuickChats or VECs, you must go to All candidates.
|You must filter All candidates by a future event to invite candidates to your event booth. Read about connecting and following up with candidates in CEH.|
Filter by Registration Questions
After filtering the candidates table to show only candidates who have registered for a specific event, you can filter the list further by how the candidates answered a question in the event's registration form. This could be helpful when looking for a candidate with a necessary certification or one that lives in a specific city, for example.
Select the question from the first dropdown menu in the Registration Questions dropdown menus. Then, select the desired answer from the second dropdown menu. Apply the filter to the candidates table.
Filter by Engagements
You can sort and filter the candidates table by their engagements - either by the number of times they have engaged with your organization or by the method they connected with you.
The number in the Engagement column shows how many touch points the candidate has reached. For example, a candidate would have 6 engagement touch points if they chatted in a VEC booth, signed up for an event, completed registration, entered the event, visited a booth, and completed a scheduled chat.
Click Engagements to quickly sort the candidates table by the highest and lowest touch points. The higher the Engagement number, the more interested the candidate is in your organization. We recommend connecting and following up with these candidates promptly to create a great candidate experience and move them through the hiring process.
You can also filter the candidates table by the method they engaged with you. Click the Engagements pyramid icon to open the filter menu. Select one of the options below, then click OK.
- Any Event — Only candidates that have participated in an event.
- QuickChat — Only candidates that have used QuickChat to connect.
- Any VEC — Only candidates that have chatted in a VEC booth.
- Select One — A dropdown menu containing specific VECs and events. Select the VEC or event you wish to view.
Filter by the Most Recent Rating
If you are looking for candidates with a specific rating or next step in the hiring process, you can use the Most Recent Rating filter.
Click the Most Recent Rating pyramid icon to open the filter menu. Select an option below, then click OK.
- Any — The candidate has received a rating in a past interaction.
- None — The candidate has not yet received a rating. For example, they have signed up or registered for an event but not chatted.
- Rating dropdown menu — A dropdown menu containing the specific Next Step options and Star Rating. You can select one or more from this menu.
Filter by Resume
You can filter candidates by whether or not they have uploaded a resume as part of an event registration.
Click the Resume pyramid icon to open the filter menu. Select Yes to only show candidates that have uploaded a resume, or No to only show candidates that have not uploaded a resume. Then, click OK.
Search by Candidate Name
If you are looking for a specific candidate, you can search for them by name.
Click the Candidate Name pyramid icon to open the filter menu. Enter their first or last name in the field, then click OK.
Search by Candidate Email
If you are looking for a specific candidate, you can search for them by their email address.
Click the Candidate Email pyramid icon to open the filter menu. Enter any part of their email address, then click OK.
Download Candidate Information
You can download a CSV file of your candidate information. CSV files are plain text files that use commas to separate the data. This allows you to easily open them in software that stores data tables (i.e., Excel).
To open your candidate CSV file in Excel:
- Open a new, blank workbook in Excel.
- Click File, then Import.
- Select CSV File, then click Import to open the Finder popup.
- Locate the CSV file in the Finder popup, then click Get Data.
- Select Delimited, then click Next.
- Select General, then click Finish.
- Choose whether to put the data in the existing sheet or a new sheet, then click OK. The data loads in the selected sheet.