Is the jobseeker ready for technology in the hiring process? Innovative recruiting technologies have gained fast technological advancement in recent years, with recruiting automation playing a pivotal role. Their ability to complete daily administrative duties fast and efficiently have made them a definite desirable for hiring teams dealing with high-volume recruitment.
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We’re living in uncertain times due to the coronavirus pandemic, so trying to get a firm grasp on trends can be hard in this rapidly changing environment. What may be a trend today may not be a trend tomorrow, but either way, we’re here to cover the trends and keep you informed.
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.
When crafting good job descriptions, one component employers need to consider is which job functions are considered essential. This is especially relevant when it comes to ensuring the employer is not discriminating against individuals with disabilities.
While there are many differences between making an online purchase and submitting an online job application, the concept of “abandonment” applies to both. Because “shopping cart abandonment” is perhaps more frequently discussed than job application abandonment, it’s worth considering the former in order to better understand the latter.
Over the last decade, video has shown to be the most engaging form of content. We see it across social media, company websites, streaming services, and beyond. In today’s highly visual digital world, companies are always looking for new, innovative ways to incorporate video into their technology stack.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we took at look at some ways to avoid age discrimination in job posts and in the job application. Now let’s continue by looking at ways to avoid age discrimination during the interview.
Have you ever received a job application from someone who isn’t currently working? Were you quick to move it to the bottom of the pile? Be honest.
by Toni Everton An increasing number of unsuccessful job applicants are filing discrimination charges, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and state enforcement agencies are taking a close look at job applications for evidence of unlawful bias. So the question is, what can you ask on a job application? This article doesn’t contain an […]