Although I understand how and why it happens, it is not in my nature to make assumptions, jump to conclusions or surmise. My analytical bent prevents me from forming critical decisions or taking action without adequate evaluation of tangible evidence or factual data.
That proclivity has served me…Continue
We have written recently that the market is showing signs of recovery and that job flow is increasing. Indeed, I have personally seen a marked increase over the summer when I had been warning candidates earlier in the year that things would slow down…you live and learn! It is all…Continue
Added by AdMore Recruitment on September 12, 2013 at 3:00am — No Comments
Today is Friday and often my thoughts turn to the what if! This week, I have been thinking about how it would be to break the requisition to application connection. Let me tell you why.
One of my biggest fears is that a uniquely qualified candidate comes to our website and searches for jobs and doesn't see one that fits them and then clicks away and I never know they were even there. We can solve for some of it with "mock" postings but what if...
An candidate could come to…Continue
Added by Molly on March 23, 2012 at 4:53pm — No Comments
This is a trap. You know it, I know it, and my husband knows if I ask I’m probably trying to pick a fight. No matter how well intentioned or innocent this question might seem, there is just no good answer. Furthermore, if I’m bothering to ask, I already know this may not be the most flattering outfit I’ve ever tried on.
I know that uncomfortable feeling my poor husband gets when faced with this query because it’s the same one I get when a candidate asks for feedback after…Continue
Like many people in this economy, I've spent a fair amount of time out of work. It's simply not fun. You become so callous to rejection -
if you hear anything at all - that an automated response telling you
"Thank you for your application. At this time we have found more
qualified candidates" is almost something to look forward to.
It's a good thing to keep in mind when dealing with recruits who are out of work and looking. Handle the rejection with…Continue
Added by Sean Ryan on April 7, 2010 at 12:00pm — No Comments
So here's the deal. For the past couple of months, customers using our applicant tracking software have been asking for an efficient way to acknowledge candidates that don't make the cut. At first blush, this seemed easy enough. But, as our product team began researching and designing the feature, all sorts of complexities became evident.
Some interesting questions were raised. Questions like:
Added by Joel Passen on November 13, 2009 at 2:04pm — No Comments