Tag: Recruiting

assessments

New Recruitment Platform Takes Assessments to the Next Level

There’s been much discussion about the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the recruiting process. While most focus on the bias-aspect of AI, many are seeing the benefits this technology offers to recruiters and hiring managers at all levels. If you aren’t using AI in the hiring process, what is a better time to start […]

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Unhappy with Your Recruiting Efforts? Change Your Perception

Over the last century, the process of reaching candidates has evolved from handwritten letters and carrier pigeons to window signs, in-person interviews, online listings, phone interviews, and now, text recruiting. While technological shifts have transformed how people communicate, these shifts have also created a more dynamic, ever-evolving business world. 

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Turn ‘Sinning’ into ‘Winning’ with These 7 Tips (Part 1)

Jobs are changing, and so are the ways recruiters are finding candidates to fill vacant positions. Job ads in your local newspaper are out, and LinkedIn job postings are in. The same can be said with the application process; by using mobile technology, candidates can complete an online application in minutes while they’re on the […]

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The Value of Cognitive Assessments for Recruiting

Currently, the global cognitive assessment and training market is anticipated to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 32.39% from 2018–2022. So, it’s becoming apparent that many organizations spanning many industries are beginning to see the value of cognitive assessments and how cost-effective they are, especially when recruiting and onboarding new hires.

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Is Ageism a Factor in Recruiting and Retaining Older Workers?

It wasn’t so long ago that older workers feared—and not without cause—losing their jobs to younger competition. The thought was that younger, energetic talent having just acquired the most up-to-date education would force out older colleagues who were making more money due to their seniority but who were likely to be less productive than the […]