The average corporate job opening receives 250 applications, according to Glassdoor, so HR professionals and recruiters in all environments must know how to effectively evaluate a candidate’s competency based on their resume. The process becomes even more difficult when candidates submit resumes with vastly different formats and styles, adding an extra challenge to accurately comparing […]
When your company has an open position available, you’re probably going to receive dozens (if not hundreds) of resumes from interested job seekers. While this makes it easy to find a highly qualified person for the position, it also puts stress on you to quickly sort through and find a handful of candidates to talk […]
When it comes to recruiting, half the battle is working with the job candidates. But have you ever considered that you may be the other half?
Dear Recruiter, The experience I had in working with you was like no other. In fact, it was terrible, and I hope to never encounter you again in a professional or non-professional setting. Hate, A Disgruntled Job Candidate Recruiting isn’t always rainbows and butterflies and flowers. There are times when job candidates or situations can […]
What makes a recruiter good or bad? While bad recruiters could learn plenty from good recruiters, you wouldn’t think there could be much that a bad recruiter could teach a good one. But you’d be wrong. While hiring managers and job candidates may cringe to hear this, there are some bad habits that even good […]