Pre-interview methods--phone, video conference, or ATS-generated pre-screening questionnaire. Let’s explore which method is better for your company.
Among the many features you’ll find in most applicant tracking systems is the ability to use keywords to rank, organize and search resumes. And the logic is fairly straightforward: as you pinpoint words and phrases that show up in resumes, certain applicants will rise to the top. Using resume keywords is not new Even back … Continue reading Look Beyond Keywords When Reviewing Resumes
It’s 10 a.m. and some job seekers are pulling out their smartphones. They tap their preferred job seeking app, enter a job title or keyword, and a location, then tap “search.” Two seconds later a stream of jobs appear on their screen; each result shares basically the same information: Logo Job title Company name Location … Continue reading Should Employers List Job Salaries? And What Happens If You Don’t
Getting job application basics correct is increasingly important as company’s struggle with their job application completion rate in a period of full employment.
Social media’s role in recruiting has been fairly well-established in the last few years. It’s where job candidates turn to discover more about the culture and perks of companies they’re interested in. Meanwhile, more and more companies use social media to engage with followers and fans, and extend their recruitment brand in the process. Needless … Continue reading Stay Compliant When Visiting a Candidate’s Social Media Accounts
Anonymous job postings: we’ve all seen them. Some of us have even replied to them. Maybe one or two of us are using them right now as a recruitment tool. Sometimes, a company decides to use a third-party recruiter, and the recruiter’s brand appears in the job posting. Or the recruiting software you’re using doesn’t … Continue reading Brand Presence in a Job Posting: Give Your Brand a Shout