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Spreadsheets are Scary. Your Recruiting Software Shouldn’t Be.

Why do many recruiting teams have to use spreadsheets? Forward-thinking companies leverage the best business management tools for everyone else. I’m talking about best-in-class software products. The kind built for a specific purpose from the ground up. There are systems for CRM, project management, accounting, tech support—you name it. Yet the hiring team struggles with…

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3 Reasons You Should Track Time-To-Hire (And How To Do It Right)

10 days. That’s how long the most desirable candidates are on the market before being hired. Why is this a critical statistic in the HR world? Because successful companies track time-to-hire. If you aren’t currently tracking time-to-hire, it’s a good time to start. High-demand candidates are being snapped up quickly in today’s competitive hiring market.…

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6 Things Every Business Owner Should Know About Applicant Tracking Systems

6 Minute Read What Are Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS)? Applicant tracking systems are specialized Human Resources software that automate the hiring and onboarding process. Each solution provides a different set of features. Most systems collect, track, and filter resumes and applications. 1. An Applicant Tracking System Saves You (Lots Of) Money Applicant tracking systems provide…

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Indeed Sponsored Jobs with ApplicantStack

ApplicantStack’s new Indeed Sponsored Jobs integration boosts job visibility and analytics At ApplicantStack, we’re always looking for ways to help employers find the right talent, fast. That’s why we’re excited to partner with Indeed and launch our new Indeed Sponsored Jobs integration. The integration lets you promote your jobs on Indeed using ApplicantStack, and gives…

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How Do I Create a Human Resources Resume? [5 Tips to Outshine the Competition and Land an HR Job]

Writing a Human Resources resume can be tricky. To work in Human Resources, you need to do it all. You deal with finances, benefits, and workplace laws. Recruiting is closely aligned with marketing. Working with employees requires the people skills of a social worker. Most candidates don’t have degrees in accounting, marketing, law, and psychology.…