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How To Provide A Positive Candidate Experience – Even If Your Company Doesn’t See The Value

  The Black Hole Let me tell you a little story that we as recruiters are all too familiar with. Company is ready to hire a new or replacement position. Hiring manager sends job requisition to internal recruiter. Recruiter attempts to...
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The Top 17 Articles of 2017: #2 It’s Happening – Google Launches its Jobs Search Engine

After nearly a year of speculation, a search engine optimizer in Australia capturing screenshots in the wild, and an official announcement from the CEO, Google for Jobs officially launches today. Now, when you visit Google
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The 10 Most Important People in HR Tech in 2017

I just love end-of-the-year lists. With everyone taking a well-earned break and news releases taking a much appreciated hiatus from my inbox, it’s a good time to reflect on the past, as well as look to the future. For this...
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It’s Happening – Google Launches its Jobs Search Engine

After nearly a year of speculation, a search engine optimizer in Australia capturing screenshots in the wild, and an official announcement from the CEO, Google for Jobs officially launches today. Now, when you visit Google and type in “
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Google Is Testing a New Jobs Service

Without any public announcement, Google has begun testing a new jobs product it’s calling Google Hire. Multiple Silicon Valley and technology sites report the product is an applicant tracking system, designed along the lines of the company
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Google tests Google Hire its own jobs tool

From: Mashable By Emma Hinchliffe Recommended by: Mashable Google's own version of LinkedIn — or maybe Greenhouse? or Jobvite? — is almost here.The tech company debuted a new sign-in page for Google Hire, an as-yet-unspecified
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Yet Another Recruiting-Technology Company Is Expanding Out From Its Job-Board Roots

You probably know by now from reading these pages, but job boards and applicant tracking systems are expanding their offerings. Trying to be more. Careerbuilder is a great example, going well beyond its job board history; IBM is another, touting not
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4 unfair reasons why you aren't getting called back for that job interview

Getting called in for an interview is way more complicated than it should be. You can do everything right and still end up with nothing. Or you can be recommended by someone influential and get your foot in the door without even formally applying.