Have you heard the statistic that the average person will read the first few lines of an advert or article before flicking onto something else if it does not grab them? However on average someone will watch a 3 minute video even if it doesn’t grab their attention!
So this got me thinking why not…Continue
Added by Chris Bailey on March 14, 2012 at 11:11am — No Comments
As a hiring manager, how many times have you said the phrase “The resumes I am getting do not match what I’m looking for at all”? Well, now is the time to restructure your hiring process and see what you can do to improve your results. For starters:
1. The proof is in the details – Your job description is everything; it should be detailed, but not a novel. Make sure that important “must haves” are at the top to catch those quick readers in their tracks before they hit the “apply”…Continue
Added by David DeCapua on March 13, 2012 at 10:10am — No Comments
With hundreds of resumes to review on a daily basis, recruiters and hiring managers need an efficient, scalable solution for filtering and identifying the right candidates. Video interviewing empowers recruiters and HR professionals to engage qualified candidates faster, and improves collaboration with hiring managers.
Recently my business has been looking for a technology professional, who possess not only technical skills, but the ability to communicate well with others. It sounds…Continue
Added by David DeCapua on February 2, 2012 at 11:11am — No Comments
As the first and oldest staffing agency in Columbus, we have dubbed ourselves the “match makers” of Columbus between businesses and job seekers. With our main focus being to get our candidates work and to keep our clients happy, we are constantly thinking of other ways to make our company stand out.
For a job seeker, our process includes an interview, background check, drug screen, video resume, computer testing and a recruiter available for every question and need - This…Continue
Back in 2003 while reviewing submitted hardcopy resumes, there were a number of new submissions that came in with mini-CD disks. Unsure as to what they really were, and concerned of potential viruses our IT department scanned them and once given the approval it was my turn to check them out. To my surprise they simply held the soft-copy of the documents that had been submitted – ok thanks but not needed.
During the Global Career Brainstorming Day (held Dec. 3, 2010) and at…Continue
A Blog that Caters to the Marketing Aspect of Recruiting
As an industry that is constantly evolving with new…Continue
Everybody have their dream job and a dream to establish their career. It may sound easy but is not, an individual has to go through a long difficult process to reach their destination. Firstly when you apply for any job, a perfect resume has to be created. Nowadays paper resumes have been taken over by video resume. A video resume is a way for job seekers to showcase their abilities beyond the capabilities of a traditional paper resume. The video resume allows prospective…Continue
Originally posted on the SmashFly Intern Blog
“During the next 12 months, 39 percent of companies will add staff, compared to 25 percent that will downsize” and “companies will view human capital primarily as an asset rather than a…Continue
Added by Sean McManus on August 3, 2010 at 10:27am — No Comments
Originally posted on the SmashFly Interns Blog
Added by Sean McManus on July 28, 2010 at 2:25pm — No Comments
Finding your next employee takes time and effort from you and your management team. You sort resumes, speak with unqualified candidates, coordinate schedules, organize in-person interviews, make travel arrangements, and the list goes on and on. All this adds time to the hiring process which negatively impacts productivity, consumes resources, and opens the door to potentially missing out on an exceptional hire.
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