Between online job boards and mobile apps, applying for jobs can be done with the click of a button. But a simplified and streamlined application process could increase the likelihood that quality résumés will be missed if they do not include the correct search terms.
As technology becomes more advanced, the human race must be prepared to adapt with it, or risk being left behind. While recruiting technology is making recruiters lives easier, it’s also shaping the hiring landscape. Is your company prepared for this shift?
As you know, it’s really tough to find great talent right now. In a super tight labor market, the old ways of hiring no longer hack it. Danny Iny—author of Leveraged Learning: How the Disruption of Education Helps Lifelong Learners and Experts with Something to Teach—offers eight tips to improve your chances of finding a […]
Recruiters are always looking for new and innovative ways to find top talent using new technology. Which is why CareerBuilder has developed a new app that uses innovative technology—like artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR), gamification, and more—to simplify the hiring process for both jobseekers and employers.
The best source of hire continues to be employee referrals.
There’s no denying new hiring tools have made our lives easier, especially in the retail and hospitality industries. Instead of sifting through a hundred paper résumés a week, basic software can process the same information in seconds.
A survey by CareerBuilder shows that there might be some serious gaps between your organization’s recruiting needs and your candidates.
A recent survey finds organizations intend to double their use of talent acquisition benchmarks during 2018.
Yesterday we looked at some highlights from a survey conducted by Quantum Workplace and Fuel50 concerning how many highly disengaged employees don’t receive enough coaching from their boss. Today we’ll look at an infographic on that topic.
When it comes to making sure your employee data are secure, it never hurts to be aware of the ways they can be breached. Today we’ll hear from Raquel Lawrence, content strategy associate at iCIMS about how applicant tracking systems (ATSs) can be a major source of potential insecurity.