If candidates are walking out your door thinking anything other than, “Wow, that would be a great place to work,” you’re doing something wrong. Time to work on your candidate experience.
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Let me make this crystal clear, a hiring manager can and absolutely will pass on your candidacy due to a lack of a thank you note. When interviewing, send one out, and make it a great one.
With companies cutting costs and disruptive technology trends providing alternatives, it’s difficult to not to imagine the agency recruiting model’s days are numbered.
Exploratory should be the first step of the interview process. Your initial note may spark candidate curiosity, but the exploratory call is a way to grab their attention.
These five recruiting tips will help you stay in control of a complex and variable-filled process. In recruiting, over-communication is typical (and critical) because there are so many moving parts — multiple searches, interview processes, internal stakeholders, candidates, hiring managers, and the list goes on. Recruiters are juggling multiple searches while simultaneously juggling those individuals…
If you’re not using an Applicant Tracking System to manage your hiring process and recruiting resources you need to start. A good ATS will change your life.
You’ve seen it – a resume filled with 1-3 years of tenure at each position. Or a long tenure at one company and then a variety of short-stints in the most recent roles. The first thing that often comes to mind is – this candidate cannot commit. But this article from Jeanne Meister at Forbes.com,…
Here are four interviewing mistakes hiring managers should avoid in order to have more productive interviews and land their top candidate.
“Recruiting is part science and part art,” and attributes like motivation and attitude are often just as important as skills and experience.
Should GPA really factor into your job search and candidate requirements? It’s a controversial subject, but one worth discussing.