Why Your Applicant Tracking System Needs to be Calendar-Connected
Sep13

Why Your Applicant Tracking System Needs to be Calendar-Connected

We all know the benefits of your average applicant tracking system: candidate screening, posting to job boards for you, and helping you to easily search through hundreds of applications. The benefits of using an application tracking system don’t stop there: when it’s calendar connected, it can also help with the interview booking process. This process is laborious and repetitive, and can lead to hours wasted during each hiring...

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5 Tips for Staying Staffed with Top Talent
Aug29

5 Tips for Staying Staffed with Top Talent

It’s not just you. Everyone is having trouble hiring these days. A report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics confirms that we’ve got more unfilled job openings than any other time in our history. Jobs around the office, such as receptionists and administrative assistants, seem to be especially hard to hire for right now. Part of the problem is that the best employees have jobs. Unemployment is low, demand is high. If they want a...

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10 Clear Signs Of A Bad Hire!
Aug07

10 Clear Signs Of A Bad Hire!

Bad hires are bad business. The minute you decide that you are in need of a new employee is when recruitment starts, whether this is happening because of the expanding of the company, or because someone has left the company. The whole process can be a long and time-consuming one, from creating a job description to advertising to selecting candidates for interview to the actual interview itself and much more. It’s always a massive...

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Six Reasons Why You Should Opt for HRMS Software
Jun28

Six Reasons Why You Should Opt for HRMS Software

Developing the right software architecture is important for businesses to thrive. Automation of different processes can help organizations achieve higher productivity. Streamlining of workforce management processes with the help of HRMS software is equally important for businesses to achieve desired results. After all, employees form an important part of the work culture of any organization. Most organizations prefer the integrated...

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5 Key Components to a Successful Job Listing
Jun23

5 Key Components to a Successful Job Listing

We live in a time of incredible competition when it comes to finding quality talent. In order to have your company and open positions stand out, it is crucial that you have a job listing that is compelling and attractive. Without it, you will fail to grab the attention and interest of job seekers that are qualified. In the end, you will find yourself inundated with irrelevant resumes, creating more work and worse results. The age-old...

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6 Insider Interview Rules to Getting the Job
Jun06

6 Insider Interview Rules to Getting the Job

Your heart is racing. You’ve been searching for months. You want this job so badly – you can taste it. Your hands are sweating. You have the skills, but you struggle in sealing the deal at the interview. A story we have heard literally hundreds of times in our line of work… and with good reason. Interviews are stressful. They challenge comfort levels, open up vulnerabilities, and carry enormous pressure to produce a positive outcome…...

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5 Quick HR Changes to Fix Millennial Staffing Woes
May15

5 Quick HR Changes to Fix Millennial Staffing Woes

These are incredibly tough times for hiring. And it’s compounded if you’re business tends to hire millennials, who are notoriously prone to turnover. Wouldn’t it be great if you could hold on to the good millennials you hire, and attract more great ones? You can. There are some changes you can make that can quickly help you hire more easily, keep your hires around longer, and do more with what you have. Tweaks to the way you do...

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Here’s How to Enhance Your Employer Branding Through Recruitment
May05

Here’s How to Enhance Your Employer Branding Through Recruitment

A big part of your employer branding lies within your recruitment process and the experience it creates for your job candidates. To elaborate a bit on that, I’m going to use some 3rd-grade calculus. Just imagine, for every position in your organization you receive about 300 applications. From the 300 applicants, you will probably select 30 for further assessment and at least 5 for an initial interview. As a recruiter, you will meet 5...

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