high volume recruitment

How To Handle High Volume Recruitment

High volume recruitment during initial hiring processes involves an influx in job applications per single vacancy, over a short space of time. Whilst there are no set figures as to what exactly constitutes high volume, some research suggests filling 250 or … Read More

social media screening

What Are The Pros And Cons Of Social Media Screening?

Users of social media continue to grow, with over half (53.6%) of the world’s population using social networks. Social media not only affects how people engage and interact with others online but is now affecting how people are getting hired … Read More

Candidate experience

Going Beyond The Baseline For A Positive Candidate Experience

Candidate experience is a top priority for recruiters and hiring teams. Employers work hard to meet candidate expectations, build great relationships and protect their brand reputation. Candidate experience is defined as, the personal perception a cacndidate holds concerning an employer’s … Read More

3 Steps To Stamp Out Name Bias

Name bias is a discriminatory act that involves a negative judgment or preference for a person’s name. In recruitment, a candidate’s name affects the hiring decision through either conscious or unconscious bias motives. Taking into account a candidate’s name as … Read More

High intake of job applications

How To Handle A High Volume Surge In Job Applications

Launching a high volume recruitment campaign demands additional recruiting resources to manage a surge in job applications. Companies aim to attract qualified candidates to new positions at a potentially global scale. To help effectively tackle a mountainous pile of job … Read More

Automation in recruitment

Automation in Recruitment: 5 Ways Recruiters and Technology Work Together

The modern workforce implements technology to assist and aid in everyday tasks. Recruitment is no exception. Within a hiring team, those who utilise recruitment automation can experience time and cost-saving benefits as well as efficiency in improving recruitment results almost … Read More

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Augmented Intelligence in the Recruitment Process  –  Friend or Foe?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been with us for a long time now and it has become a common component in many systems and technologies adopted and used by businesses. It has proven to be highly effective across a wide range … Read More

Screening job applications

How To Screen Job Applications: Methods For Different Screening Requirements

Job application screening is the process of reviewing CVs/resumes against vacancies in order to determine job matching candidates. For many, it is considered to be the most time-consuming part of a recruiters role with the average hiring decision-taking around 23 hours in … Read More

How to reduce recruitment bias

3 Examples of Bias in Recruitment

Bias in recruitment forms prejudice and discriminatory hiring decisions against one person or a group of people. Candidates suffer in the hiring process and miss out on job opportunities due to bias motives. Unconscious bias happens outside of conscious awareness, … Read More

Recruitment transparency

Why Recruitment Transparency Is Vital For The Clued-up Candidate

Recruitment transparency provides a vital hiring insight for potential candidates. Sharing information freely provides valuable transparency between candidate and employer. The clued-up candidate wants to know the full ins and out of the recruitment process. At the quick click of … Read More