Resume Parsing

Posted by Karen Elizabeth on Jul 31, 2020 9:28:23 AM

Resume parsing, also known as CV parsing, resume extraction, or CV extraction, allows for the automated storage and analysis of resume data. The resume is imported into parsing software and the information is extracted so that it can be sorted and searched. It converts resume data into a structured format from an unstructured format.

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Topics: Hiring, recruitment

What is Negligent Hiring?

Posted by Karen Elizabeth on Jun 3, 2020 12:05:28 PM

Negligent hiring happens when you hire an employee with a dubious record who carries on to injure or harm another employee or client in the organization. Negligence in hiring can result in legal issues, lawsuits, fines, and penalties for an employer. This happens when you, as an employer are found negligent in providing an employee with the capacity to commit a wrongful act against an employee or client.

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Topics: Hiring, talent management

5 Best Practices for Effective Talent Management

Posted by Karen Elizabeth on Jun 3, 2020 11:36:28 AM

Talent is a precious resource, and managing it is not an easy task. Limited number of organizations look at talent as a source of opportunity and a driver of business goals. Research has even proved that only 1 in 5 employers provide sufficient and necessary training and development opportunities for the existing talent pool.

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Topics: Hiring, talent management

How to Optimize use of Internal Recruitment Channels for Job Vacancies?

Posted by Karen Elizabeth on May 28, 2020 7:32:00 AM

A business can recruit through two different channels: Internal recruitment is when the business looks to fill the job vacancy from within its existing employees. During external recruitment the company looks to fill the vacancy from any suitable candidate outside the company.

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Topics: Hiring

Hiring Process Checklist

Posted by Karen Elizabeth on May 19, 2020 7:19:00 AM
A structured process for hiring employees will help your company build a competent workforce.  A sample hiring checklist will give you the right guidance to decide what processes you should include in your hiring process. Below are some of the critical steps to follow in your hiring process.
  • Hiring Manager notifies HR department of job opening to be filled.
  • Set selection benchmarks. What are the necessary skill-sets to qualify for the job?
  • Hiring manager works with HR department to create the job description outlining the skills and experience needed for the job and the duties and responsibilities involved and showcase what’s in it for the employee.
  • Hiring Manager works with human resources to set the budget for the opening and put in place incentives packages if required.
  • Hiring managers fills out a job requisition to request a hire, explain why the resource is required, and allocate the budget set for the role. The job requisition includes job title, job description, salary, department etc.  
  • The open position is published and posted to internal and external hiring networks.
  • HR department sources candidates via different channels such as job boards, employee networks, career portal social media, print media or staffing agencies.
  • Recruiter ensures applicants have completed job applications, background check consent forms and voluntary EEO Forms.
  • Candidates who are job fit are screened and shortlisted.
  • Suitable applicants undergo a telephonic screening.
  • Initial HR interviews are carried out to select the best fit for the job.
  • Best fit candidates are selected and scheduled to meet hiring manager.
  • Technical level interviews with hiring manager organized.
  • HR department and hiring manager discuss candidates and suitable candidate selected for job.
  • HR department gets all paperwork and forms related to interview process done such as application forms and interview takeaways, and stored securely for future use.
  • Selected candidate's reference verification's and education validations are performed.
  • Selected candidate's background check performed.
  • Job offer customized for the candidate after HR department and hiring manager. talk through and reach a consensus on offer components for the candidate.
  • HR department verbally offers job to the candidate and he accepts the offer.
  • Offer letter is send to the candidate who accepts job by signing the offer letter.
  • HR department sends acknowledgment letters to not selected candidates, encourages them to apply for new openings and keeps them in the talent network pipeline.
  • Preboarding setup for new hire to integrate him to new company culture.
  • Onboarding process scheduled for new hire.
  • Employee Action Form filled by HR department and hiring manager
  • HR department ensures onboarding paperwork is completed including I-9, e-verify, benefits signup, federal and state tax forms, and employee file is started.
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Topics: Hiring

Choosing the Best ATS (Applicant Tracking System) for your Organization?

Posted by Karen Elizabeth on May 4, 2020 7:17:00 AM

An ATS (Applicant Tracking System) automates, streamlines and simplifies an organization’s recruitment process. ATS helps you manage your end-to-end recruitment process from identifying an open job to hiring. Move applicants through the recruitment funnel seamlessly, reduce costs and time-to-fill job vacancy and get real time reports and updates.

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Topics: Hiring, HR Automation

Recruitment Metrics

Posted by Karen Elizabeth on Apr 14, 2020 7:24:00 AM

Recruitment metrics are a standard set of measurements used to manage and improve the process of hiring candidates into an organization. Candidates can be existing employees within an organization, people entering the workforce for the first time or employees interested in job opportunities outside their current organization.

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Topics: Hiring

Types of Interviews to Evaluate a Job Candidate?

Posted by Karen Elizabeth on Mar 12, 2020 8:20:24 AM

The candidate interview is an important part of the recruitment function. To recruit the best talent in the marketplace, HR department, recruitment agencies and hiring managers must be in sync and educated regarding how to carry out the interview process effectively. Our HR experts aim to give you an insight into the different interviewing practices, both conventional and unconventional. It explores and analyses the most commonly used types of interview methods—telephone interviews, video interviews,  face-to-face interviews and panel interviews—and explains the objectives and techniques of behavioral, competency-based and situational approaches to interviewing.

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Topics: Hiring

Recruitment Fundamentals for HR Professionals

Posted by Karen Elizabeth on Feb 5, 2020 1:21:14 AM

Every business needs to concern itself with recruiting—whether to fill a vacancy, staff a new position or plan for succession of management. According to a SHRM research report, 83 percent of HR professionals reported having difficulty recruiting suitable job candidates in the past 12 months. 

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Topics: Hiring

How to Build a Hiring and Onboarding Process for New Hires?

Posted by Paul CK on Nov 26, 2019 2:58:47 AM

Nothing predicts success, like starting things on the right note. And that makes a good employee onboarding experience something to invest effort and resources into. Structuring a robust onboarding process is the best way to welcome and retain new employees. An effective onboarding process, prepares the new hire for the first day and this process of onboarding starts from the moment the candidate accepts the offer.

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Topics: Employee Onboarding, Hiring