The Hireology product team has been quite busy this Spring. From updates to our classic elements interview guide to a new integration with PayScale, these features will assist users with navigating the hiring process with ease.
Here at Hireology, we spend a lot of time talking about the importance of building a great company culture. But rather than continuously talking about it, we've decided to give you an inside look at Hireology's culture.
Do you ever spend precious hours digging through your email searching for a somewhat qualified candidate's resume? After you have opened and closed 87 different emails and downloaded over 100 resume attachements, you finally find a semi-decent candidate who you would like to interview when all of the sudden that early iPhone advertisement slogan pops in your head. The one that states, "there's an app for that!"
How many times have you heard someone say, "I just have a gut-feeling that it will work out"? Although our guts will soon be growing with holiday-time, super-sized meals, that doesn't mean you should place even more trust with it.
Do you have a resume tracker? Are you considering getting one? In this episode of Fridays in the Lab, I cover the in's and out's of resume trackers. If you are ready to improve your hiring process and start making better decisions when it comes to selecting your team, make sure you tune in to Fridays in the Lab!
A lot of people ask us whether Hireology is an applicant tracking system, a series of assessment tools, or a platform for background checks. The answer is that Hireology is a Selection Management System, and selection management is what we "do."
With Hireology's new "Testing" feature up and running, we've received several inquiries from customers (AND non-customers) about how to pick the best test for the scenario at hand.
Ever wonder if there were an interview question that, when asked, would immediately knock the unfit candidates out of the running for your job, if answered a certain way?
Hireology released two new features today that just might change your business:
You asked for it, and now you've got it!
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