News Category: Industry

Recruiting Software Does it All

Main Sequence, also known as PCRecruiter, is a recruiting software that helps a business to narrow down the hundred of applicants it receives each day, by highlighting those applications most suited to the job. This software has an amazing ability to connect with your iPhone and iPad and even syncs with the information in your Gmail […]

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Applicant Tracking System Market Continues to Grow and Diversity

The applicant tracking system market is continuing to grow, and as providers offer newer and better solutions, many companies are thinking about switching the service they currently use. That’s the most important information to come out of “Talent Acquisition Systems 2011: Market Realities, Implementation Examples and Solution Provider Profiles,” a report released last year by […]

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Applicant Tracking Should Focus Less on Candidate Work History

It’s common practice for employers in certain industries to place a strong emphasis on a potential candidate’s work history in order to prevent high turnover numbers. It’s long been thought that candidates who have held several positions in a short period of time will make worse employees and will be more likely to quit. However, […]

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Recruitment Software: How Important is Social Media Integration?

By now, most companies know how important it is to have a good recruitment software system in place. But how does your company value that software’s ability to integrate with social media? Last year, Jobvite released its annual Social Recruiting Survey and introduced the new Jobvite Index, both of which unveil how recruiters are using […]

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Facebook To Protect Passwords Of Employment Seekers

Facebook’s Chief Privacy Officer, Erin Egan, recently put business bosses on notice that the world’s largest social network is prepared to take legal action against the “distressing increase” in employers demanding employee’s Facebook passwords. This is an interesting position for the social network to take, since most of the time it is fighting off criticism for its own privacy violations. […]

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Who are you missing by not recruiting via social networks?

College students who spend hours a day on Facebook might not be wasting their time, several studies suggest — they might even find jobs through social networking. That’s because savvy employers, according to new report, are increasingly recruiting through social sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and others. The report, published in the Daily Pennsylvanian —  the student newspaper of […]

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