Interviewing is a point of significant breakdown in the talent selection process. This is because those interviewing let their own or someone else’s biases distract them from adequately evaluating a candidate’s potential for a particular job. Yet, most of us would never admit we are biased.
From the initial job posting to the interview itself, here are a handful of ways tech has changed the way we manage talent.
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Olsen renews their partnership with MindField Group to continue to help them drive candidates to their 65 retail locations across Canada.
Nyhart, an actuarial and employee-benefits company, has more than doubled its workforce in the past seven years in part by attracting talent through generous benefits, CEO Tom Totten says. Employees at the company contribute an average of 16% of their salaries to their 401(k) plans, Totten says.
These new trends show no signs of slowing down even as this year comes to an end.
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By kicking things off with a recorded interview, you give busy candidates a way to introduce themselves without wasting their time.
PwC’s NextGen study dispels many of the myths about millennials that have existed since they first entered the workplace.
MindField Group attends SalesForce’s DreamForce 2013 conference in San Francisco.
Within the recruitment space there has been a drastic shift in mobile usage and growing interest around mobile recruiting.
What better day than Cyber Monday to learn some things from the mobile consumer experience that can improve your mobile recruiting strategy?