ATS SELECTION ISSUES

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Automation

When most of us go through the laborious process of selecting an Applicant Tracking System (ATS), the tendency is to compare one product against another, and pay the closest attention to those features that we feel are most important. Most take a close look at the way candidates are entered...

What's All this I hear about Parsing Resumes?

  By John Sacerdote  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Automation

Did you ever have a love/hate relationship...Can't live with them...can't live without them? Sure, most of us have. What makes this even more interesting is that I am talking about your ATS (Applicant Tracking System)? On one hand, resume parsing is a miracle and saves us countless minutes...

The Big Three - Resumes for All

  By Mark Berger  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Automation

No, we are not talking about the Detroit automotive industry. We are talking about the three largest and most productive Internet search engines…Google, Live, and Yahoo. Many recruiters favor Google when they think of going to the Internet for the resumes of passive candidates, as...

Online Recruiting Software: What Should You Look For?

  By Anonymous  |    Wed Jun 27, 2012

Category: Automation

Here at Top Echelon, we routinely receive questions from recruiting firms about recruiting software. These questions include: “What are the most important features I need in my software? What is an ASP? What does good recruiting software cost? How can I be sure my data is secure when using online...

Train Your ATS To Become Your Assistant (...they work for free and never get tired!)

  By Anonymous  |    Thu Jun 21, 2012

Category: Automation, Recruiting

Circle the wagons, quickly! We are all about to die, let alone go out of business! Well, to continue the pun, let’s all just hold our horses. I have been through a number of recessions since I started in this business in 1977. While this is tougher than most, my...

Seizing the Opportunity of Change

  By Mark Demaree  |    Thu Jun 21, 2012

Category: Automation

As a general rule, people are resistant to change, some more than others. Many argue that such reluctance is rooted in biology, that humans have a predisposition and built-in desire to maintain the status quo (even when the status quo may not be the best thing for them). The advent...

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