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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...

A Tale of Two…

This week we found ourselves at a crossroads… hunker down or double down.  Like many other businesses, we participated in a number of the webinars that spun up last week on crisis management, brand marketing, sales and overall managing in these new times.  The...

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Business As (UN)Usual

Just two weeks ago finding efficiencies in hiring was important.  Today it’s become a necessity for many as budgets are being cut and people are facing challenges, not just about how to use a bidet because they couldn’t find toilet paper, but how all of this change is...

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The 5 Best Benefits of Recruitment Automation

23 days. That’s the average length of the hiring process in the US. During that time, recruiters must sift through applications, decide who to interview, conduct multiple interviews, and extend an offer. When hiring at scale, such a process becomes unmanageable...

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FIRING SQUAD: Jobsync’s Alex Murphy

Listen Here! Chad: Talroo was focused on predicting, optimizing, and delivering talent directly to your email or ATS. Joel: So it’s totally data-driven talent attraction, which means the Talroo platform enables recruiters to reach the right talent at the right...

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How Native Apply Improves The Employee Experience

In recent years, the employee experience has climbed to the top of HR managers’ priority lists, and for a good reason. Not only does an improved employee experience mean that employees are happier in their jobs, but it also means that the companies they work for...

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Manufacturers Face Hiring Challenges Despite the Pandemic

Manufacturers Face Hiring Challenges Despite the Pandemic

Even as America struggles to recover from a deep economic decline and the rapid loss of tens of millions of jobs, manufacturing CEOs are still greatly concerned about training, retaining and finding the best people. That's because, despite the new prospect of...

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New Unemployment Claims Tick Up, Remain High

New Unemployment Claims Tick Up, Remain High

States reported that 870,000 U.S. workers filed for new unemployment benefits during the week ending Sept. 19. The total number of workers continuing to claim unemployment benefits held at 12.6 million last week after peaking at nearly 25 million in early May.  ...

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Viewpoint: Conduct Careful Background Checks for Racism

Viewpoint: Conduct Careful Background Checks for Racism

Following racially fraught incidents, checking for evidence of racism has become a key litmus test for corporate recruiting and hiring. Companies can no longer afford the fallout of installing candidates with problematic pasts in top positions.     Source:...

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The Pandemic Imperils Working Mothers' Careers

The Pandemic Imperils Working Mothers' Careers

Alma Miranda was excited about landing a job at a company with a reputation as a great place for women to work. Her enthusiasm deflated quickly. Miranda started as an accountant at North Chicago-based pharmaceutical firm AbbVie Inc. right as the pandemic hit the U.S....

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A Winning Combination: ATS and CRM

A Winning Combination: ATS and CRM

With the growing technology, the recruitment process is also evolving rapidly. It can be tough for us to keep up with the emerging platforms and trends gaining ground every day. Nowadays, the software is efficient enough to deliver expected results. With a single...

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When Top Candidates Have Another Offer

When Top Candidates Have Another Offer

While some recruiters, HR professionals and hiring managers recommend expediting the hiring process while asking the candidate to hold off on accepting the other offer, others take a less reactive approach. All acknowledge that the situation is quite common—and...

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Remote I-9 Form Verification Extended 60 Days

Remote I-9 Form Verification Extended 60 Days

Employers with entirely remote workforces as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic have until Nov. 19 to take advantage of relaxed document inspection requirements for the Form I-9 when onboarding new hires.     Source:...

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How to buy the right work-from-home laptop

Working from home necessitates a high reliance on our personal computers. Laptops have become imporant components of our productivity and success at work. A new laptop usually serves its proud owner for 3-8 years. Purchasing a new laptop is a more involved decision...

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New Unemployment Claims Hold Steady, Remain High

New Unemployment Claims Hold Steady, Remain High

​States reported that 860,000 U.S. workers filed for new unemployment benefits during the week ending Sept. 12. The total number of workers continuing to claim unemployment benefits fell to 12.6 million last week after peaking at nearly 25 million in early May....

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