Recruiters and hiring managers spend a lot of time to source resumes and extract resumes. Generally when you search for resumes in search engines, you get a lot of results. Along with the resumes, the search results also contain other unwanted information. So, to pick only the resumes from the search results, you need to manually click each result and check whether it is a resume or not, and then segregate the resumes alone from the search results. This is a time-consuming and tiresome…Continue
Added by Umamaheswari.K on June 29, 2011 at 4:51am — No Comments
Identifying the right candidate is the highest cost component in a recruitment business. Recruiters and HR managers find it difficult when they have numerous clients looking for multiple job openings.
Today, Recruiters and Hiring Managers find matching resumes from job portals and email inbox that are…Continue
Added by Umamaheswari.K on February 21, 2011 at 4:30am — No Comments
Now-a-days finding valid candidate's resumes and their contact information is essential to every recruiters and most of them using LinkedIn / other Professional networking sites to find updated resumes.I would like to help all of the resume searchers to find valid candidate's resumes and their contact information along with their updated resume from Linkedin. LinkedIn have updated their search algorithm to finding valid candidate's resumes from…Continue
Added by Umamaheswari.K on November 18, 2010 at 5:30am — No Comments
One of the most important recruiting tools that recruiters and hiring managers need to have is a resume database of qualified candidates. Although the above statement seems to be familiar to the recruiting fraternity, the words “qualified candidates” means a lot to the recruiters and hiring managers as it determines their success. Why qualified candidates?
Resumes and candidates are available in plenty but as a recruiter/hiring manager, you need to have “qualified candidates” to…
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