What is a Talent Sourcer? Explanation and Job Description

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A recruiting manager, a recruitment marketeer, a data analyst, a sourcer… as talent acquisition becomes more and more sophisticated, so does the configuration of recruitment teams. A talent sourcer searches and identifies suitable candidates. Candidate outreach.

10 signs you need an applicant tracking system

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Are you making the same mistake by not considering an applicant tracking system (ATS)? Applicant tracking systems (the wonkish name for hiring software) have been around since the early 1990s. They used to be known, and still are to some, as a candidate management system. While they were long thought of as systems for larger organizations, they’re increasingly being adopted successfully by smaller businesses looking to improve their hiring.

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Applicant tracking system guide: From A to Z

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Introduction to Applicant Tracking Systems. Overview of Applicant Tracking Systems. Benefits of Applicant Tracking Systems. Choosing an Applicant Tracking System. Managing the Hiring Process. Managing the Interview Process. Candidate management.

HR Terminology 101: A Quick Glossary of Commonly Confused HR Terms

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Candidate: Someone who has applied and qualifies for the job. Passive Candidate : Someone who has a job they like and an employer they are content to work for. Active Candidate: Someone who either doesn’t have a job or has a job they are trying to leave. Not the same as a Performance Management System. HR Specialist: HR pro who chooses to be a practiced SME in a specific area of study (workforce planning, benefits administration, employment law, etc.).