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When a position opens up, 72 percent of employers say they first look at internal resources — including ATS, talent community/network, referrals — before posting a job, according to CareerBuilder's 2015 Candidate Behavior study.
Finding your next great hire doesn’t have to be difficult. In fact, it can even be easy. Instead of relying on your run-of-the-mill job ad or outdated career page to attract interested applicants, hiring professionals need to adopt new, creative ways to keep the applications coming in. Here are four ways to spend less time sourcing talent, and more time attracting and hiring great people.
Finding the right person for the job isn’t always easy – and it can be made even more difficult by candidates who aren’t entirely honest about their qualifications.
It’s not uncommon to spot a lie or exaggeration on a resume – according to a new CareerBuilder survey, 56 percent of employers have caught at least one. The most common lies they’ve discovered include embellished skill sets (62 percent), embellished responsibilities (54 percent) and dates of employment (39 percent).
Semantic search pieces together the intent and contextual meaning of words, seeing beyond what is typed so that candidates don’t slip through the cracks.
Get a glimpse at how job seekers' and employers' expectations about the job search differ.
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