Hiring Process Improvement Articles

Humanizing Online Applications

by Ryan Kohler

There are a lot of sad truths in today’s job market. One of them is that a lot of highly qualified candidates can’t get a job-and not because there are no jobs to be had out there but because they...

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The Recipe for an Efficient Hiring Process

by Ryan Kohler

We’ve talked about what it means to have a hiring proccess, but we haven’t discussed what I think are the key elements to an efficient hiring approach. These features comprise the basis for ApplicantPro hiring software. Attract In its...

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How to Write a Killer Job Description

How to Write a Killer Job Description

by Ryan Kohler

We’ve talked a lot about how to write jobs ads the “right” way by maximizing the job ad title while strategically placing keywords in the body, and finally, using language that appeals to your audience (aka job seekers), so it’s...

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3 Ways to Improve Your Hiring Process

by Ryan Kohler

If every employee has the capacity to either raise or reduce their organization’s productivity and prosperity, it stands to reason that every employee should be carefully vetted and selected based on how much they can contribute to-not detract from-that success....

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Top 3 Hiring Practices of the Most Successful Companies

by Ryan Kohler

If the sum is only as good as its parts then a business is only as successful as its staff. HR professionals are acutely aware of this principle and emphasize hiring the right people to fill the right roles. In...

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