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Finding a person to fill a job is easy. Hiring the right person for your company is another story. These three steps will help you do just that.
Candidates check out your Glassdoor profile when deciding whether they want to work for you. Here are some tips to quickly improve your company's profile.
It's difficult to get a group of people to agree on where to go for dinner (let alone who to hire). And this is why we avoid committee hiring decisions.
Application barriers help recruiters weed out unqualified candidates. But these 3 unnecessary application barriers can cost you great candidates.
Your applicant tracking system (ATS) should help (not hinder) hiring. Here are four ways to optimize your ATS to ensure you aren’t losing great candidates.
It takes an average of 23 days to hire a new employee. Here are a few tools to help you screen and hire great candidates quickly. Read to learn more.
External hires are necessary (and entrepreneurs know they are needed). But failing to consider the talent you have can be a costly mistake as recruiting.
People say the darndest things during an interview. Here are 9 questions you can ask that will reveal job-candidate red flags:
Job descriptions can be a little…boring? Wouldn’t it be more effective to ask someone at the company what it’s like? We think so. So that’s what we did.
A video interview is not meant to replace the traditional interview; however, many companies require video interviews before applicants can move forward.
Strategic HR departments use hiring forecasts to have people hired and ramped up just in time for increased demand. Here are some tips for creating your own.
Employee input during the recruiting stage helps managers make great hiring decisions. Learn about how employe improve the interview experience.
Not all applicant tracking systems are created equally. We want to cut down the time it takes us to manage applicants, but also need to keep ourselves in it.
Seventy-nine percent of job seekers use social media to find a job. Don't discount social recruiting as a viable opportunity for finding your next employee.
Here are some LinkedIn mistakes applicants cannot do on LinkedIn: Add people willy-nilly, stalk companies, ignore privacy settings, lie about a skill,