How To Coach Hiring Managers Through the 5 Steps of the Hiring Process

What could recruiters do if they didn’t spend half their time screening and scheduling applicants? With AI and automation removing many time-consuming tasks from a recruiter’s day, recruiters will find themselves with more time to focus on different parts of the TA organization. They can be especially effective as advisors and coaches to hiring managers;…

6 Questions You Should Ask a Candidate's References

When you’re looking for a great candidate to fill an important role, it’s easy to get swept up by a stellar application. But while a well-written resume filled with impressive accomplishments is certainly a promising sign, it’s important to remember that it’s just one factor. To really understand whether a candidate would be the right…

6 Questions You Should Ask a Candidate’s References

When you’re looking for a great candidate to fill an important role, it’s easy to get swept up by a stellar application. But while a well-written resume filled with impressive accomplishments is certainly a promising sign, it’s important to remember that it’s just one factor. To really understand whether a candidate would be the right…

6 Signs You’ve Found the Right Candidate

Most recruiters are aware of the red flags they should watch out for in candidates: showing up late, trash talking a past employer, excessively vague answers, etc. But we don’t seem to talk about “green flags” as much — indications that a candidate is perfect for the job. Keeping an eye out for these green…

Is a Lengthy Interview Process Hurting Your Company?

While reviewing resumes is the first step on the road to vetting potential hires, it’s meeting with those candidates that’s generally the most cumbersome aspect of filling open positions. The interview process lasts 23.8 days, on average, in the U.S., but in some industries, it can take considerably longer. But that’s problematic for a number of reasons.…

How to Rethink Your Interview Process

Today, Glassdoor revealed the winners of the Candidates’ Choice Awards, honoring the Best Places to Interview in 2016. This honor recognizes the employers with the best interview experience, according to those who know best — the job candidates. It is unique, not only because it is based solely on candidate feedback, but its methodology is…