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What is Native Apply? The feature you need to find the 75% of applicants you are missing!

Do you use “Native Apply” solutions like Indeed Apply on job platforms and job sites you use to source candidates? If not, you are likely missing 75% or more of the applicants you should be getting from your job listings. The research is out there, conversion rates...

5 Essential Items to Help You Work From Home

Working from home became the temporary norm in early 2020, and as Boris Johnson announced a new lockdown yesterday, it’s going to continue as we enter 2021. Since many of us will be adapting to the hybrid way of working – finding a way to give your ‘work atmosphere’ a...

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ATS and Resume Parser: Perfect Partners

I wonder if recruitment was so easy to do, why would HR managers take so long to close the jobs? HR professionals are responsible for bringing the perfect talent to an organization. There are many steps behind this - scanning of resumes, scheduling interviews, etc. to...

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Recognize the toxic work atmosphere and react

Recognize the toxic work atmosphere and react

A work environment that does not involve stress is unlikely to exist. No matter how much they loved their job and were smartly organized, the days when you get nothing and differences of opinion and dissatisfied customers are a reality. And research shows that work...

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How to Buy HR Tech: Sales Leaders’ Advice

How to Buy HR Tech: Sales Leaders’ Advice

Buying new software for your HR tech stack is difficult. From discovering a need to vetting vendors to making a final decision, there are a lot of bumps in the road that can lead to costly mistakes.  When buying new HR software, there is typically a sales person on...

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The Upsides of a Private Equity Job

The Upsides of a Private Equity Job

For people looking to work in finance, careers in private equity are a popular option. The chance to work closely with companies, evaluate investment and acquisition targets, learn closely about how businesses function, and earn great salaries in a prestigious,...

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Most Common HR Tech Vendor Lies

We all know the stereotype of the used car salesman who's willing to say whatever it takes to sell you a car. They're even willing to give you a special price, because they like you and you have nice smile. (Side note, if you haven't listened to the episode of This...

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HR Tech Trends in 2021

HR Tech Trends in 2021

2021 will be an interesting year that may just be as unpredictable as 2020.  However, using the search data from our site, we can be reasonably accurate with a few predictions that should come true in the coming year. Plus, it’s always fun to make predictions 🙂 If...

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What are the best tips for writing a resume?

What are the best tips for writing a resume?

A resume is a link between you and the employer to show why you are the company's best hire. When you apply for jobs online or ready for face-to-face interviews, the first thing you need is a resume. CV or resume summarizes work experience, education details,...

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Job Growth Turns Negative at Year-End

Job Growth Turns Negative at Year-End

Seven months of job growth ended in December 2020 as U.S. payrolls fell by 140,000, according to the latest employment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The downturn was driven by a sharp decline in jobs in the leisure and hospitality sector, which...

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USCIS Replaces H-1B Lottery with Salary-Based Selection

USCIS Replaces H-1B Lottery with Salary-Based Selection

​U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a final rule Jan. 8 replacing the annual H-1B visa lottery that randomly selects foreign professionals with a process that prioritizes those offered the highest salaries for their occupation and geographic...

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Trump Extends Work Visa Ban Through March

Trump Extends Work Visa Ban Through March

​President Donald Trump extended a freeze on foreign workers entering the U.S. with work-based visas and green cards through March 31, citing continued weakness in the U.S. labor market due to the coronavirus pandemic.We've rounded up resources and articles from SHRM...

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E-Verify Experiences Extended Outage

E-Verify Experiences Extended Outage

​E-Verify, the U.S. government website that allows employers to determine the work eligibility of their employees, is temporarily not available due to technical difficulties, according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Here's what employers should...

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First-Time Unemployment Claims Remain High

First-Time Unemployment Claims Remain High

First-time claims for unemployment benefits have not slowed in the new year. States reported that 787,000 U.S. workers filed for new unemployment benefits during the week ending Jan. 2. The total number of workers continuing to claim unemployment benefits dropped to 5...

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Recruiting Is Top HR Concern in 2021

Recruiting Is Top HR Concern in 2021

​Recruiting and hiring while the nation struggles to recover from the coronavirus pandemic is HR professionals' top concern going into 2021, according to new research.Talent acquisition professionals will have their hands full, as unemployment is expected to remain...

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ICE Extends Form I-9 Flexibility

ICE Extends Form I-9 Flexibility

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) extended its interim policy allowing virtual document-inspection methods for the Form I-9 until Jan. 31.     Source:...

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