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. Keys to Recruiting. Managing the Hiring Process. Managing the Interview Process.

my manager calls me a “diversity hire,” text-speak at work, and more

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My manager refers to me as a diversity hire. ” And — again ideally — you could consider saying to your boss at some point, “When you refer to me as a diversity hire, it sounds like you didn’t hire me based on merit. Candidate didn’t do the work her resume says she did.

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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)? So you would think we would use specialist tools for recruiting ? 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. Here are ten signs that you need to try out an applicant tracking system or candidate management system: 1.

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. Talent Management System : A system that helps manage all parts of an organization’s talent, including those that aren’t yet hired (recruitment) and those that are (performance management, development and compensation).