Tag: filters

In India, AasaanJobs adds filters to its search tool

AasaanJobs, the leading blue-collar jobs search engine backed by IDG Ventures, refined its search tool, by enabling job seekers to filter their searches with keywords over and above the standard keywords (such as company, industry and job title), namely the skills required for particular jobs and content in the job descriptions.

WEBINAR TODAY! Instagramming HR: 5 Filters HR Pros Can Use To Transform Into Better Recruiters

You know it’s true—you’re a great HR Pro, but you don’t really like to recruit. That’s okay, because you’re good at a million other things your company values. But here’s the thing: A recent Deloitte report outlined the need for HR Pros to grow their skills beyond what our functional area is traditionally known for. CEOs and division heads are expecting different things from…

5 Instagram Filters That Will Make HR Better at Recruiting!

You know it’s true—you’re a great HR Pro, but you don’t really like to recruit. That’s okay, because you’re good at a million other things your company values. But here’s the thing: A recent Deloitte report outlined the need for HR Pros to grow their skills beyond what our functional area is traditionally known for. CEOs and division heads are expecting different things from…

WEBINAR – Instagramming HR: 5 Filters HR Pros Can Use To Transform Into Better Recruiters

You know it’s true—you’re a great HR Pro, but you don’t really like to recruit. That’s okay, because you’re good at a million other things your company values. But here’s the thing: A recent Deloitte report outlined the need for HR Pros to grow their skills beyond what our functional area is traditionally known for. CEOs and division heads are expecting different things from…

How unnecessary requirements bog down hiring

Many employers use “unnecessary filters” in the hiring process, such as requiring specific degrees or disqualifying applicants based on their credit scores, Bruce Clarke writes. “It takes more time to hire with fewer filters. More resumes, more thought, more discussion, and more tough choices,” Clarke writes.