Author Archives: Rosie Quinn

Recruitment automation tools for recruiters and hiring teams

3 Recruitment Automation Tools That Are Transforming Hiring

Recruitment automation is the technological process in which recruiting tasks are carried out automatically with very limited human input. Automated technologies tackle time-consuming, repetitive and administrative workloads. Providing valuable assistance to manage recruiting processes and provide results that benefit both … Read More

diversity and inclusion in the workplace

Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

Do your hiring managers keep diversity & inclusion in mind while recruiting? Does your organization have a healthy mix of male & female populations? Do you have a healthy representation of employees belonging to different ethnicities, colors, etc.? These are … Read More

Unconscious bias in the job advert

Tackling Unconscious Bias – Starting With The Job Advert

Reducing unconscious bias in recruitment starts with the job advert. The advert is the first point of contact between job seeker and employer, so it’s vital the ad is inclusive and attracts interest from all qualified talent. Three instances of … Read More

high volume recruitment

How To Handle High Volume Recruitment

High volume recruitment during initial hiring processes involves an influx in job applications per single vacancy, over a short space of time. Whilst there are no set figures as to what exactly constitutes high volume, some research suggests filling 250 or … Read More

social media screening

What Are The Pros And Cons Of Social Media Screening?

Users of social media continue to grow, with over half (53.6%) of the world’s population using social networks. Social media not only affects how people engage and interact with others online but is now affecting how people are getting hired … Read More

Candidate experience

Going Beyond The Baseline For A Positive Candidate Experience

Candidate experience is a top priority for recruiters and hiring teams. Employers work hard to meet candidate expectations, build great relationships and protect their brand reputation. Candidate experience is defined as, the personal perception a cacndidate holds concerning an employer’s … Read More

3 Steps To Stamp Out Name Bias

Name bias is a discriminatory act that involves a negative judgment or preference for a person’s name. In recruitment, a candidate’s name affects the hiring decision through either conscious or unconscious bias motives. Taking into account a candidate’s name as … Read More

High intake of job applications

How To Handle A High Volume Surge In Job Applications

Launching a high volume recruitment campaign demands additional recruiting resources to manage a surge in job applications. Companies aim to attract qualified candidates to new positions at a potentially global scale. To help effectively tackle a mountainous pile of job … Read More

Automation in recruitment

Automation in Recruitment: 5 Ways Recruiters and Technology Work Together

The modern workforce implements technology to assist and aid in everyday tasks. Recruitment is no exception. Within a hiring team, those who utilise recruitment automation can experience time and cost-saving benefits as well as efficiency in improving recruitment results almost … Read More

Screening job applications

How To Screen Job Applications: Methods For Different Screening Requirements

Job application screening is the process of reviewing CVs/resumes against vacancies in order to determine job matching candidates. For many, it is considered to be the most time-consuming part of a recruiters role with the average hiring decision-taking around 23 hours in … Read More

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