5 Tips for Creating Prescreening Questions That Can Weed Out Poor Candidates
By Heather O'Neill | 27th March 2017
Prescreening questions not only take a good recruiting strategy to the next level, they also save hiring professionals valuable time and energy. Think about it—if you’ve successfully cast a wide net with your approach to promoting your job posting, you’ve likely created a problem for yourself: managing the high number of unqualified applicants that submitRead More
EEOC Laws Not Your Cup of Tea? 3 Simple Steps That Can Help With Compliance
By Heather O'Neill | 13th March 2017
It’s common sense not to discriminate against your employees, but how can you be sure that your company is prepared to protect itself in the event that a worker does lay a charge against you?
Is the Cult of Personality Testing Still Dominating the Hiring Process… and Should It Be?
By Heather O'Neill | 1st March 2017
Around 2012, the use of personality testing was at an all-time high with some experts reporting that up to 70 percent of companies were relying on the tests when making hiring decisions that year. It seemed that personality testing was the latest craze to take over the world of hiring and recruiting, but fast forwardRead More
How Vector Space Matching Technology is One-Upping the ATS’s Ability to Unearth Your Top Applicants
By Heather O'Neill | 15th February 2017
2017 is going to be a very busy year for recruiters. Fifty-six percent of companies indicate that their hiring volumes will increase this year, but only 35 percent of businesses anticipate adding recruiting staff to manage the extra workload. That means efficiency is going to be more important than ever to recruiters and hiringRead More