For both job candidates and recruiting professionals, the hiring process can be an exercise in extreme patience and coordination. This is especially true in the early stages of the hiring process, when an often large volume of candidates must be initially prescreened and assessed through a preliminary interview.
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There have always been gatekeepers in the job application process. Applicants might be afraid that a résumé screener sitting at a desk will discard their application because of an errant typo. Or, jobseekers in the first round of an interview with a company may feel like the HR recruiter just doesn’t seem to like them.
As diagnosed cases of the coronavirus increase globally, “social distancing” and “flattening the curve” have entered the common lexicon—and earned hashtag status in the United States. Many companies are doing their part to support government directives by encouraging employees to work from home.
Organizations frequently saturate their app ecosystems with collaboration tools because they allow employees to create a space for the sharing of ideas and opinions in the workplace and participate in work-based conversations using their mobile devices.
Do you really know the people you work with every day? For how long have you sat two seats away from someone but all you really know is the person’s name and vaguely what he or she does and to whom he or she reports?
The fast spread and intense media coverage of the COVID-19 virus have placed renewed attention on work-from-home arrangements for sick or presumably sick employees, but the issue is far from new.
Automation has been talked about quite a bit for many years now. The reactions to the potential that automation carries have been mixed. Some are afraid of what it might mean for their jobs. Others are relieved that it will take their more tedious tasks off their plate so they can do something more valuable […]
When it comes to managing relationships, most businesses are already familiar with customer relationship management (CRM) software. In the dark days before the advent of CRM, customer management was a painstaking, manual process.
Technology is changing the way we work. In some cases, that means automation that streamlines repetitive tasks or helps teams work together more efficiently and track and share data. Technology is also changing the way we work out, and that’s leading to a dramatic shift in the way employers engage their employees in fitness.
Driven by their use of technology in all aspects of their daily lives, from shopping, ordering food, and rides to social networks, jobseekers have high expectations for how technology should enhance their job search.