RChilli’s configuration feature promotes blind hiring to judge candidates purely based on their skills & experience by turning off fields & eliminates bias.
If you didn’t see it, Jack Ma, the co-founder, and billionaire behind Alibaba, was out promoting his own work schedule that’s been dubbed “996”! Basically, Jack works 9 am to 9 pm, six days per week, and sees absolutely nothing wrong with it. The internet lost its mind. And by ‘internet’ I mean mostly soft, […]
AI is the latest trend in the recruitment industry. AI tools such as parsing software, ATS, chatbots help in reducing manual process & saves time.
It’s not a secret that continued development is a defining factor of lasting success. There’s truth in the saying, “what got you here won’t get you there.” Too often, I find that we forget about developing ourselves and being honest with the growth opportunities that we face as leaders. This is why I focus on […]
I read a quote last week that I would surely butcher if I tried to recall word-for-word, but the overall theme of the quote was this: People are not required to be constantly available to you, or you to them. And yet, there I sat at 8 AM on a Thursday morning with 57 notifications […]
Japanese gig economy firm Lancers Inc. has tied up with an online education portal ZeroToOne to create a guild of 200 artificial intelligence engineers.
Today finding quality talent is a top priority for many small businesses. However, if you notice, there are several challenges you face while hiring candidates. A limited budget is one factor which stops you from using the best tools available in the market. What if I talk about certain recruitment strategies which can speed up […]
Let’s say you are passionate about something and want to change the world. Q: How do you fix significant problems by using the internet?A: You don’t. Stop yourself before you start. – Laurie Ruettimann The internet is but one tool to affect social change, and it’s an imperfect one at best. You need an omnichannel […]
I’m a college basketball fan, so the NCAA Championship this week was fun to watch. OK. Maybe not the first 5 minutes when no one could hit the broad side of a barn–but the overall tournament and the championship game did not disappoint. Take Virginia and Texas Tech–two defensive-minded teams who made it to the […]
Which software do you use for recruitment? An ATS? Applicant tracking systems are the preferred choice for employers and hiring managers while recruiting candidates. They are useful as they handle a plethora of resumes and set an effective workflow.
These days, we witness a job market blooming with new job opportunities and numerous candidates seeking jobs. Managing a flood of resumes is a herculean task for HR managers and recruiters. With candidates applying for jobs on your website, resumes in your inbox, desktop and various folders, it seems almost impossible to look for the […]
I learned long ago that you should always be ready to take good advice — no matter where it comes from. This month, it came from a guy named Michael Dermer who touts himself in his blog and newsletter as The Lonely Entrepreneur. His words of wisdom were short, sweet, and spot-on. He said: “Turn […]
It was 5 minutes until 5:00 pm on a Friday. I was at my desk holding court about where the Sales team was going for happy hour when suddenly the “personnel” lady appeared with a figurative summons for me to appear in personnel court along with a fellow Account Executive. “Why,” you ask? Two weeks […]