Get Real & Rate Your Candidate Experience

Originally posted on myStaffingPro’s CIO blog http://jenniferbrogee.wordpress.com. If you want to get real about your candidate experience, ask yourself these questions about your hiring process: Do my job postings contain complete information about the duties of the job, the requirements, and the conditions of the job in easy to read language? Do I communicate the length … Continue reading Get Real & Rate Your Candidate Experience

The Maturation of Web Usability – Making the Job Application Great

Originally posted on myStaffingPro's CIO blog http://jenniferbrogee.wordpress.com. The user experience has been the rallying cry for software success stories over the last few years. After a long time of clunky interfaces that work hard but are also difficult to use, focus on usability has been a welcome change. Usable design involves a focus on reducing … Continue reading The Maturation of Web Usability – Making the Job Application Great

HR Technology Conference – Nothing New, Yet That’s Still Something

Originally posted on our CIO’s, Jennifer Brogee, blog. Read her complete “Free to Live” blog at http://jenniferbrogee.wordpress.com/. While I didn’t think there was anything particularly new introduced at the latest HR Technology Conference (2011, Las Vegas), that doesn’t mean nothing happened.  In fact, the lack of the new is a happening in itself.  Here’s what I … Continue reading HR Technology Conference – Nothing New, Yet That’s Still Something

Happy Applicants and myStaffingPro

Originally posted on our CIO's, Jennifer Brogee, blog.  Read her complete "Free to Live" blog at http://jenniferbrogee.wordpress.com/. As a society we don’t spend enough time celebrating a job well-done.  We are always pressing on the next goal, finding another need to fill, and rarely stop and say “good job!”. I keep a record of positive … Continue reading Happy Applicants and myStaffingPro

Blog Duel Rundown: Engaging Remote Workers

After a week of "trash talk" (the mild type), the blog duel between @ritacjackson, @bdsperspectives, and myself, @jenniferbrogee, came to its culmination today. The overall theme between the three blogs on how to engage remote workers is COMMUNICATION! It seems that since the Tower of Babel communication has been a struggle. It becomes even more … Continue reading Blog Duel Rundown: Engaging Remote Workers

Blog Duel: How to Engage Remote Employees

It all started with a tweet. @RitaCJackson: RT @BSDperspectives Here's the challenge-how do u engage remote emps @jenniferbrogee: if they're good, u don't have to @RitaCJackson: @JenniferBrogee Yes some employees thrive as remote workers, but many ARE good but also need engaging, motivating, rewarding . @JenniferBrogee: @RitaCJackson sounds like a good blog topic! @RitaCJackson: Dually Blogs … Continue reading Blog Duel: How to Engage Remote Employees

Online Portals That Will Revolutionize Your Hiring Process

Candidate Portal a.k.a. Your Career Site One of the most important elements of your applicant tracking system, the Candidate Portal lists your job openings on your organization's career site. With myStaffingPro, you get to choose the look and feel of your portal so candidates are comfortable with it as being a trusted part of your … Continue reading Online Portals That Will Revolutionize Your Hiring Process