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SmartRecruiters Unveils Hiring Platform

Integrated platform provides everything businesses need to source, engage and hire the best talent.

SmartRecruiters today announced the launch of the SmartRecruiters Hiring Platform. The new solution is a single platform, which allows businesses to source, engage, and hire top talent. SmartRecruiters Hiring Platform is now available to 50,000 SmartRecruiters customers around the world. …


Posted on October 3, 2013 at 12:00pm

How to Interview a _____ (Accepting Submissions)

Greetings from the SmartRecruiting Blog! Let me just say...


Interviewing is difficult. It is very difficult to know - based on an interview or two - whether a candidate has the right skills and personality to work for your company. Every job has it's own nuances. If you have a good interview technique for a specific job you have been hiring for, please consider sharing it.

SmartRecruiters is…


Posted on January 13, 2012 at 6:19pm

Is Discrimination of the Unemployed a Reality?

On Oct. 20 at the Announcement of Facebook’s Social Jobs (their partnership with nonprofits and the government to improve the American Labor Markets), the US Department of Labor Secretary, Hilda Solis, said, “I am very disturbed…


Posted on October 21, 2011 at 5:08pm

Job Ads That Work

The importance of a well written job ad cannot be underestimated. The job ad is your direct medium of communication with a candidate. In reading, a potential candidate quickly forms a lasting impression of your company culture and how that potential candidate envisions daily life at your workplace.

Writing an good job ad optimizes your sourcing investments. I cannot emphasis enough that time spent on writing a good job ad is money saved in your short and long term recruiting… Continue

Posted on October 10, 2011 at 5:30pm

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