Another recruitment year is coming to an end. With the Qandidate.com team we are wrapping up an extremely exciting year. More than 2,500 companies have selected Qandidate.com’s free recruitment software to manage their recruitment activities. Especially for those who loves the lists at the end of the year; our top 10 most popular recruitment blogs […]
Here are some creative resume alternatives you are likely to see in the coming months.
When it comes to hiring, are you asking the right questions or simply going through the motions?
One job seeker at McDonald’s found out what happens when you ask for a job application too aggressively.
The data shows the importance of a user-centric mobile experience, and yet mobile corporate career sites are so often under-scrutinized and under-resourced.
Can you create a direct recruitment strategy for your contingent workforce in the same way you would for permanent hires? Bringing in a contractor can be a flexible and quick way to fill a skills g…
“When I grow up, I want to be a recruiter,” said no one, ever. Seriously, did any of us actually plan to be in this profession? I love to talk to talent acquisition professionals about how they fo…
Are you constantly asking, “What if?” during your hiring process? If so, you could be holding yourself back from finding top talent.
If youâre a small business looking to hire talent for a niche job or a position for which it is otherwise difficult to find applicants, or if youâre just looking for an alternative to posting on the most popular boards, Jobmaster will help you learn your options.
QR codes have been around for a while now and it feels safe to say that they have not caught on with the general population – especially job seekers.
While youâre probably a savvy judge of character, your instincts may not always be 100% accurate. A recent study by Michigan State University found that 90% of hiring decisions are made based solely on interviews even though only 14% of information provided in interviews is accurate. When job applicants lie about their skills, past experiences, […]
Let’s start with some level setting and definitions: Feedback (noun) – reaction to a process or activity, or the information obtained from such a reaction Criticism (noun) – an opinion given about something or someone, esp. a negative opinion, or the activity of making such judgments Feedback, especially when you fold in the more technical […]
The outlook for STEM careers, including in math, is very positive. Math is experiencing something of a renaissance period, and analytics are the driving force. Mathematical analyses of trends are used to gauge many activities, ranging from internet-user tendencies to airport traffic control.
I grew up back in the day where the same maxims for career success still applied, and even contrarians (and smart asses) like myself knew that there were a few lines at work you never crossed. It’s the same sort of stuff that’s instilled in us from our earliest days, reinforced by our parents, teachers and peers. Be […]