"For myself & my company. If you do not make the cut, we call you and let you know that this time you didn't make the cut and their reason was XXX.
I and my company take a few extra steps to show that we are different from…"
Earlier this week, OneWire presented at the 2011 HR Demo Show in Las Vegas. The conference is hosted in conjunction with the HRO Today Forum and marks the largest gathering of HR buyers. Over the course of two days, Brin McCagg, president of OneWire,…See More
When it comes to Social Media Recruiting, the candidates are certainly there. But are they actively looking for and pursuing the opportunities you post there? Check out our recent article exploring why you may need to look outside the realm of social media to connect with active job seekers.See More
I read an article on RecruitingBlogs today about the resume "black hole" and the general lack of communication between recruiters and candidates. In a perfect world, every candidate - not only the qualified ones - would hear back from a recruiter each time they send a resume or apply for a job. Since this is clearly not the case, the article got me thinking about…See More
I know it's a mouthful, but becoming sourcing sorcerers - or experts in all things sourcing - is top of mind for many recruiting professionals these days. It's no easy task, with a seemingly endless string of decisions to be made. We certainly don't have all the answers, but we bet some of you do. Check out our recent article, then provide your own tips. We'll crown someone the "Sourcing…See More
"Thanks for your note Valentino! And I couldn't agree more - personal information such as marital status and gender have no place on a resume or in an interview. But hobbies and interests are often considered "personal information" by…"
We recently wrote about resource allocation strategies as it applies to running a successful recruiting team - or teams. We think that different resources need to be allocated, well, differently. But we want to know what you think. Please leave comments below!
"As a recruiting professional for the past 39 years, with awards for performance for recruiting high potential candidates from a variety of industries, disciplines, levels and geographies--for Fortune 100 companies; partnering with academia and…"
"I think most agency recruiters would review a resume with any candidate before submitting, so from that perspective I would remove, add, and revise the resume with them before ever submitting it.
I think the resumes that contain "personal…"
In response to many recruiters' frustration with entry-level candidates' resumes, we published an article on why these candidates choose to include their hobbies and extracurricular activities on their resumes, no matter how random or seemingly irrelevant those activities are. Have you run into any obstacles when considering junior candidates due to the…See More
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