Most people understand that brand recognition is paramount in sales. Similarly, a positive employer brand is critical when it comes to attracting top talent. It pays to be known as the organization to work for—and that’s not going to happen when an applicant is treated poorly or unfairly. Continue reading
The human brain is wired to pick up on body language cues. Even if you’re saying all the right things, you might make a poor impression if your posture is communicating something different. Check out our latest infographic to learn more about what you should and should NOT do during an interview.
It not just about WHAT you say during an interview, but HOW you say it.
Hiring managers and interviewers have already screened your resume for hard skills and work experience. Instead of focusing on these, you should spend your interview showing that you have the confidence, intelligence, and character to take on any challenge and grow within your role—and body language is an essential way of communicating this. Continue reading
There are a lot of unfilled jobs out there. As of the end of 2018 there were 7.3 million of them, to be precise (BLS). Organizations across the nation are looking to expand and hire, but they are facing one major challenge: finding qualified talent. Continue reading
With today’s tight talent market, the candidate experience has never mattered more. When choosing between job offers, candidates will likely opt for the company that provided a seamless experience from the job post to the interview. Here are six things you can start doing right now to attract top talent. Continue reading
Preliminary interviews are becoming a thing of the past. HR teams can save time and money by getting to know only those candidates they are most interested in. Our VideoSelect technology takes the place of screening interviews, leading to faster hiring and better candidates! Continue reading
Bad grammar on your resume? Yikes! Check out our latest infographic for an easy way to review your resume grammar! Continue reading