Cinodes allows your company to define profile goals to guide your employees, subcontractors and candidates on how to fill in their profile. We call this "Profile Score".

When defined, each person will be able to see the relative progress of their own profile compared to the goals defined by the company. This will in turn guide the individual to complete their profile. The goals and scoring will not affect resumes and will only be shown internally for your company.

This is how it works:

1. Profile Score must be enabled by Cinode support, administrators can contact Cinode support here.

2. After Profile Score have been enabled, your company's Cinode administrators define profile goals in Administration.

2. All people in your Cinode license will see the relative (%) progress of the set goals on their own Overview as well as in the Organisation view.

1. Define profile goals in Administration

The goals for your company first need to be defined in Administration -> Process in the menu and the tab Profile

In order to access Administration, you need Administration permission levels. If you do not already have these privileges, please contact an existing Cinode admin in your company who can turn give the right credentials.

1.1 Tweaking the profile goals values

You can set goals for all sections of the user's profile. By toggling a section (indicated by a green toggle symbol) it will be counted towards the profile scoring. If some sections are not relevant for you company, they can be toggled off (as indicated by a greyed out toggle switch).

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For all toggled section you can set a numerical value that is the goal for that section of the profile. For example "Projects and assignments" the goal for each user is 5 projects/assignments in their profile. If a user has only entered 1 project in their profile, that would been that 20% of the goal for "Projects and assignments" have been fulfilled.

1.2 Profile target parameters

As an Admin in your licence - you can fine tune the profile parameters as specified below. You can also toggle which parts should be turned on (hence counting in the total score) or turned off (being excluded from the total score).

  • Primary image - if the user should have a set Primary Image or not. Goal can be set to either 0 (no image) or 1 (one primary image).

  • Personal presentation - set a goal for the number a characters the personal presentation should contain

  • Professional presentation - set a goal for the number a characters the professional presentation

  • Projects and assignments - set a goal for the number projects that the user should have added to their profile

  • Skills - set a goal for the number of skills that a user should have added to their profile

  • Other skills - set a goal for the number of other skills that a user should have added to their profile

  • References - set a goal for the number of references that a user should have added to their profile

  • Courses - set a goal for the number of courses that a user should have added to their profile

  • Certifications - set a goal for the number of certifications that a user should have added to their profile

  • Employers - set a goal for the number of employers that a user should have added to their profile

  • Education - set a goal for the number of education entries that a user should have added to their profile

  • Languages - set a goal for the number of languages that a user should have added to their profile

  • Commitments and publications - set a goal for the number of commitments and publications that a user should have added to their profile

  • Portfolio - set a goal for the number of portfolios that a user should have added to their profile

  • Last updated - set a goal for the maximum amount of days since that you have passed since the profile was last updated. Please note that the user's scoring for the target of "Last updated" will start to count down towards 0% from the day after an update has been made to the profile

2. Overview page - What each user will see

Each user will be able to see how they are progressing by going the widget "Profile score" located in their respective Overview. Hovering the cursor above one of the scores (Perfect, Good and Need improvement) will display how well the user is meeting the targets.

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The Overview in the sidebar only shows the scores for your user. It is also possible to view the scores for other people. To do this, go to that person's user card and click the tab "Profile" where you will find their score.

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