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Ah, the annual visit to the doctor’s office…something we all love. It’s an opportunity to get poked and prodded, asked questions we don’t want to answer, and suffer all manner of indignity, even though there is nothing wrong with us. It’s no fun, yet we do it anyway (or we know we ought to) because it’s good for us. It can find little problems before they become big problems, adjust things that need adjusting, or perhaps just give us a few reminders about things we already know we should…Continue
Posted on June 16, 2017 at 11:03am
Steps Leading Nowhere
I’ve seen a lot of articles lately about how Applicant Tracking Systems are archaic, outdated, or simply not functional for the recruiters who are supposed to use them. A lot of these articles have come from the end users who are struggling with a system that doesn’t work.
I’ve been implementing recruiting systems for a lot of years now, but I’ve also worn the recruiter’s hat and had to use a system that someone else implemented. When I…Continue
Posted on August 12, 2015 at 4:02pm
I work with many, many recruiting professionals and hiring managers, and all of us think we are great interviewers. I’ve found that most of us could still improve a bit! Many of the…Continue
Posted on July 15, 2015 at 4:30pm — 1 Comment
What is the candidate experience, really, and why should we be so concerned with it? With the recent improvements in the job market, good candidates have multiple positions to choose from. As an employer, you need to compete for the best hires. The way to compete is to make the candidate feel valued and excited from the beginning of the recruiting process.
Is it easy to apply for a job in your organization? If your application is long and asks for a lot of background information,…Continue
Posted on June 3, 2015 at 11:43am — 1 Comment