With the vast amount of available technology today, it’s not surprising that recruiters are relying on tech to streamline the hiring process. As someone who’s spent 30 years working primarily with tech firms, I get it: Technology is valuable and useful. It’s brought success to many companies and helped them save time and money. But […]
Applicant tracking systems (ATS) are a great resource for everyone involved in the hiring process … except, maybe, the jobseekers themselves. Could you be passing over great talent because your “recruiting bots” overlooked something in a candidate’s résumé?
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.
We all know how much recruiting has changed over the last few years. Applicants no longer drop their résumé in the lobby drop box, they rarely fill out paper applications as walk-ins, and calls to speak to HR about open positions listed in the newspaper are practically non-existent.
Yesterday we listened to recruiting technology industry leaders talk about why recruiting isn’t where it needs to be. A look into the minds of the creators of this technology offers unique insights. Today we’ll hear more from the session, specifically about applicant tracking systems (ATSs).