Tag: process

JobAdder & Reed Partner to Deliver a Seamless Candidate Application Process

Businesses will be able to capture every candidate and make the right hire faster. Reed.co.uk, one of the UK’s leading jobs marketplaces, and JobAdder, the global recruitment software provider, have today announced a new partnership that will deliver jobseekers an integrated application process. Coined as ‘Direct Apply’, the partnership will offer a seamless approach for … Read more The post JobAdder & Reed Partner…

How to scale up your hiring process: 13 features for rapidly growing companies

Whether you’re growing from one to 100, or hiring 100 new employees, here are 11 essential Workable features to help you scale up your hiring to align with your overall business goals. How to scale up your hiring: 13 features for rapidly growing companies 1. Hiring Plan 2. Department Hierarchy 3. Access rights and permissions […] The post How to scale up your hiring…

Why Skills Tests Should be Part of Your Hiring Process

Have you ever hired someone who just wasn’t quite right for the role? It’s frustrating for you because you’ve invested resources, time, and energy into onboarding and training this person only to have to start your search over. And it leaves the employee feeling as though you’ve misled them about what the role entailed or … Why Skills Tests Should be Part of Your…

How to Make Your Data Migration Process Seamless and Secure?

Data migration is a crucial process that means moving data from various locations to an applicant tracking system. This might sound easy, but it involves a lot of changes. Data migration becomes a need when an organization changes or upgrades its system. It is imperative that the organization must transfer all its old data to the new system and make things easier for the…

New Tutoring Job In Toronto Teaching An Exceptional Student: Tutors International Launches Their Latest Global Recruitment Process

World-renowned residential private tutoring specialists, Tutors International, have announced their latest tutoring job vacancy: a full-time residential position based in Toronto  Tutors International is a prestigious private … The post New Tutoring Job In Toronto Teaching An Exceptional Student: Tutors International Launches Their Latest Global Recruitment Process appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

WayUp’s new dashboard helps employers see where their recruiting process loses diverse candidates

WayUp started out as a platform to help college graduates find jobs and internships, but over time, it has increasingly focused on helping employers find diverse job candidates. And it recently introduced a new feature to help those employers see exactly where their diversity and inclusion efforts may be falling short. Co-founder and CEO Liz […] The post WayUp’s new dashboard helps employers see…

How Your Onboarding Process Affects Employee Retention

High employee turnover plagues nearly every industry, and while some reasons employees decide to leave are out of your control, you have a great deal of influence on many of the factors that cause staff members to look elsewhere.  One of the easiest and most impactful ways to address employee turnover is through your onboarding … How Your Onboarding Process Affects Employee Retention Read…

Fetcher raises $6.5M to automate parts of the recruiting process

Fetcher, a startup that promises to make the recruiting process easier while also diversifying the candidate pool, is announcing that it has raised $6.5 million in Series A funding. Originally known as Scout, the New York startup was founded by CEO Andres Blank, CPO Chris Calmeyn and engineering directors Javier Castiarena and Santi Aimetta. Blank […] The post Fetcher raises $6.5M to automate parts…

Developing Process in Theory vs. Real World

I was traveling this past week and took a flight on Delta Airlines. I’m a big Delta fan. I’ve flown on just about every airline in the United States, and I will go out of my way to find Delta flights. One of the perks is, as a frequent flyer, you get upgraded, etc. This week I was in first-class, as a frequent flyer…