The recruitment process is not an easy job. It includes many parameters such as skills, experience, position in candidate selection and onboarding. Recruiters usually receive plenty of resumes each day. Hence, it becomes difficult to sort all those and arrange as per the desired criteria.
Added by Amruta Singh on December 1, 2017 at 4:14am — No Comments
HR industry has seen a lot of modernization in the past few years. Thanks to technology which keeps on creating waves in the market with its new innovations and trends. These ideas have solved the bottlenecks of traditional HR practices in order to streamline all the activities involved in recruitment and related workflow. Each process has become faster and resulted in better efficiency and productivity.
Initially, the staff used to go through piles of paperwork to look for an…Continue
Added by Amruta Singh on October 31, 2017 at 2:07am — No Comments
We get trapped into the short view. Someone resigns and we've got to fill that position now. Something changes in the business and we now have an urgent need.
No doubt, we are under pressure to fill positions in a lot of cases. The short view. We need to get this done now, or else. But recruiting is really about the long view. Building a great business doesn't happen in the short run. It happens because of great work done over a long period of time. Consistent effective…Continue
Added by Todd Kmiec on June 25, 2017 at 2:46pm — No Comments
The candidate pool for any search is constantly changing.
An available candidate accepts a new position, no longer in the pool.
Qualified potential candidate who won’t respond to new opportunities because they are happy where they are has a sudden change and is now open to considering a change, enters the pool.
Candidate with too little experience crosses that line so they now have enough, enters the pool.
The candidate pool is a living breathing thing. Effective…Continue
Added by Todd Kmiec on June 23, 2017 at 12:43pm — No Comments
Resumes are used to find reasons to eliminate. After that, they are used to find reasons to separate.
So look at your resume and try to eliminate reasons to eliminate. Job hopping is a good example and is consistently used to eliminate. It takes time and diligence to avoid that one. Others, like grammar and spelling errors or confusing presentation, can be easily fixed any time.
Reasons to separate are harder. Take care of the reasons to eliminate first and then look for…Continue
Added by Todd Kmiec on June 22, 2017 at 1:34pm — No Comments
Your cover letter is something which presents your personality, qualifications and intentions and your interest for that particular job. It is made in a very appealing format. You can say it is the very first chance to create impression on the recruiters. It is believed that if you make your resume very personalized it will definitely indicate that you are very serious about your job role and you are searching it on a serious note. Though your resume will help you get the job and position…Continue
Added by RyanFaisal on May 15, 2017 at 8:00am — No Comments
Why You Are Not Getting Interviews (Even with All That Manger Experience)
As a principal in a national healthcare recruiting firm, I have read thousands of resumes. Some are good, some are excellent and some are just plain bad. The quality of the information you…Continue
The resume objective is proposed to show potential managers your capabilities for the job and your knowledge level in the field. What was once observed as a key approach to catching everyone's eye of hopefuls is currently observed as obsolete and abused.
Added by Jennifer Broflowski on January 26, 2017 at 3:43am — No Comments
Whether they are working in a small company or in a multi-national one, whether they are engineers, or doctors, or professors, or factory workers, they all submitted a copy of their resume to the company they wanted to work with.
But why not all jobseekers get the jobs they want despite submitting their resume to the company of their dream job?
Disclaiming internal factors on the side of the company, the strength of the resume is one big factor why…Continue
Added by Jennifer Broflowski on January 18, 2017 at 8:30am — No Comments
When listing your education provide the institution you attended, degree and your major(s). If you have multiple degrees, you should start with your most advanced degree then work your way down (Master’s – Bachelor’s – Associate’s). If you attended multiple schools in your quest for higher education, you only need to list the one you received your degree from.
The following are tips on how not to list education on your resume, which was prepared by…Continue
Added by Jennifer Broflowski on December 22, 2016 at 3:00pm — No Comments
When it comes to writing your CV, the first impression really counts. The employer can be easily put off by any tiny mistakes. Therefore, it is very important to know how to write a nice CV. The chronological CV is the most common used format in resume writing. It lists your work experience chronologically from the most recent job to the earliest you were involved in. This format should be straight forward and simple. Make sure you separate every work title distinctively to create separate…Continue
Added by Jennifer Broflowski on December 20, 2016 at 4:25pm — No Comments
Resumes are your first point of contact with employers. Whether you hand them from business to business or spam them through an online job site, it's what prospecting employers will look at first and what gets you either an invite for an in-person interview or a painful rejection via phone or email. Working on your resume and ensuring it is 100 percent error-free and incorporates…Continue
Added by Hannah Whittenly on November 23, 2016 at 11:55am — No Comments
In today’s society, having an impressive resume is going to help you big time. Our resumes are a reflection of our professional activity. Resumes also speak directly and indirectly about our skills and traits, mindsets, and attitudes. As mentioned earlier, your…Continue
Added by Eva Wislow on November 4, 2016 at 10:00am — No Comments
It is much more difficult to create a resume for a person without experience than to someone who has already experience. And the problem is not in writing. The case is in effect!!! You should not down your hands if you have no experience or quality education. We all once started somewhere. No one became the best professional at one second.
There are certain rules in resume building that we can not…Continue
Added by Walter Hurley on September 12, 2016 at 10:51am — No Comments
You want good quality people on your current team and should always be on the lookout for candidates who can help you grow your business. Interviewing and taking applications takes time and money, and while this might take time away from other responsibilities, the benefits will be immeasurable. When interviewing these candidates, there are several ways you can ensure you receive the best person for the job.…
Added by Brooke Chaplan on August 26, 2016 at 5:45pm — No Comments
It takes an average of 34 days to fill a job, according to the Society for Human Resource Management. And the bulk of that time is spent placing ads, reviewing resumes and scheduling interviews. Yet many companies struggle with the hiring process because of the vast…Continue
Added by Rachelle Wilber on June 10, 2016 at 11:00am — No Comments
Well, the keyword in this definition is “significant”.
There are three questions:
1. Which keywords to use?
2. How significant do keywords need…Continue
Added by Henning Seip on April 25, 2016 at 12:33pm — No Comments
Just like a product or service depends on its brand to establish a voice, tone, values and appeal of their agency, you as a professional must also exhibit your…Continue
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The Importance of Social Profile Resumes in Recent TimesContinue