NOTE Use weighting factors to adjust relative scoring for expertise do not

Note use weighting factors to adjust relative scoring

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NOTE: Use weighting factors to adjust relative scoring for expertise; do not define separate criteria and scores for different expertise levels. If you use weighting factors to weigh the expertise codes, candidates with different expertise receive different scores. For example, if you use the weighting factors described in Table 26 on page 107 and the expertise code defined in Figure 11 on page 106 : Candidates who possess an Intermediate level of expertise in the modem product skill receive 20 points and qualify for this criterion. Candidates who possess an Expert level of expertise receive 10 points and qualify for this criterion. Candidates who possess a Novice level of expertise fail this criteria (because an expertise level of Intermediate or better is required), and fail the assignment rule (because the criterion is required). Candidates who possess an Intermediate level of expertise are therefore favored, because they receive a higher score. This task is a step in “Process of Defining Criteria Values as Skills with Expertise Codes and Weighting Factors” on page 104 . Weighting factors for expertise codes are stored in (and can be modified, added to, or deleted from) the Administration - Data screen and the List of Values view. Table 26. Sample Weighting Factors for Expertise Codes Expertise Code Weighting Factor Percentage of Skill Score Novice 2 If skill is matched, adds 40% of score for the skill (or criteria value) Intermediate 5 If skill is matched, adds 100% of score for the skill (or criteria value) Expert 3 If skill is matched, adds 60% of score for the skill (or criteria value)
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Siebel Assignment Manager Administration Guide Version 8.1, Rev. A Assignment Rule Administration How Siebel Assignment Manager Balances Workload Among Candidates 108 To define weighting factors for expertise codes 1 Navigate to the Administration - Data screen, and then the List of Values view. 2 Display the list of values of type EXPERTISE_CD. a In the List of Values list, click Query. b In the Type field, click the select button. c In the Pick Value Type dialog box, query for EXPERTISE_CD, click Go, and then click OK. d In the List of Values list, click Go to complete the query. 3 For each of the resulting display values (default values are Novice, Intermediate, and Expert), click in the Weighting Factor field and enter a numerical value. The numerical value you enter in this field, relative to the maximum weighting value defined, represents the percentage applied to the skill score. TIP: If the Weighting Factor field is not visible when the List of Values appear, use the Columns Displayed feature to make it visible (right-click, select Columns Displayed, use the arrows to move Weighting Factor from Available Columns to Selected Columns, and then click Save).
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