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1 Research- Start hunting for ATS vendors relevant to your industry only. Refrain from making assumptions on this stage and ask for referrals, evaluation and the best would be a trial. Shortlist whether your desired ATS caters to staffing, small business or big enterprises. All major ATS…Continue
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In the early 2000's, I had just started working in recruiting and didn't know anything about the industry or its tools. My first week on the job, the company was implementing a new ATS (Applicant Tracking System). Dave, the guy who was leading the implementation, didn't show up my second day on the job and soon the…Continue
The high quality business broadband is seen making history by creating a good distinction in the business world and surviving or going into liquidation.Continue
Added by Tristen Merritt on February 14, 2013 at 12:43am — No Comments
Nine years recruitment experience has made me sensitive to the struggles of a Jobseeker. All too often I hear about the very lengthy and daunting recruitment processes that follow.
Unfortunately for Jobseekers, clicking the ‘apply’ button for that perfect job can mean being redirected to a site and an application process of 6+ pages to complete; an arguably ‘necessary’ requirement for gaining candidate information.
But are the words ‘lengthy’ and ‘daunting’ really the words an…Continue
Added by Amanda Ashworth on November 25, 2012 at 12:50pm — No Comments
When I listen to recruiters discuss sourcing some have an amazing attitude. They are like Labrador Retrievers on the search – pant, pant, pant, There! Other recruiters act almost like sourcing is an imposition. They want to try to find the easiest way to “screen out” candidates.
What is the correct attitude? Well, recruiters who understand that recruiting is a sales process, enjoy the hunt for the perfect candidate. Why is their attitude important?
You may have noticed that I have an active imagination…Enjoy the ride!
Remember when you finished your last box of cereal and decided to stop quickly on the way home to replace it? Dinner will be ready soon and this was going to be a very quick stop. What would happen if your fictional experience at the Grocery store was the same as a group of candidates visiting your corporate website looking for your list of openings and desiring to simply submit their…Continue
The nature of the global workforce has rapidly changed. The idea of getting a job from one company, working their for 30 years, and then retiring is long gone. Companies need to scale their workforce up and down in order to stay competitive and job seekers have to be more flexible and mobile as well.
This has placed a premium on the need for companies to increase their agility in staffing. Companies need to source, screen, select and on-board the right talent at an accelerated…Continue
Added by Nathan Shackles on November 7, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments
Earlier this year ApplicantStack partnered with Indeed and SimplyHired, the two most popular free job search engines on the web, to allow ApplicantStack customers to automatically feed their posted jobs to Indeed and SimplyHired. Since ApplicantStack automatically tracks of the…Continue
A complicated procedure for a relatively simple process, vendor management systems are the Rube Goldberg machines of today's recruiting industry. Instead of connecting with a hiring manager via a phone call or email, recruiters work with all of the…Continue
Added by Jessica Lunk on July 28, 2011 at 10:41am — No Comments
Recruitment Strategy is probably one of the most misunderstood and misused terms tossed about in our industry today. Try asking your clients and colleagues to define the term, and we guarantee that you will get very different responses. Recruitment Strategy means entirely different things to different recruitment stakeholders (line managers, hiring leaders, HR professionals, recruitment professionals). Still searching for answers…try googling the term or searching through respected industry…Continue
Added by Granite Consulting on July 12, 2011 at 3:11pm — No Comments
A rapidly growing trend for both small and large companies is the use of Software as a Service (SaaS).
SaaS provides software to customers as an on-demand service rather than the traditional method of delivery software as an on-site installation with upfront costs. Unlike traditional software licensing, where you buy a license and subsequent upgrades, SaaS typically involves yearly or monthly fees to allow access to the software. Once the end user…Continue
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