By: Michelle Checketts

How NOT to Write a Job Description

Writing a job description can be tricky. Drop to corporate buzz words, vague duties, unrealistic requirements, & pretend flexibility for a better ad.

By: Taryn Barnes

3 Interviewing Mistakes to Avoid

Job interviewing can be unsettling. Avoiding three interviewing mistakes can help your interviews run more smoothly and keep top talent in the running.

By: Heidi Barnett

Happy Birthday ApplicantPro (and our applicant tracking system)

Happy birthday ApplicantPro and our Applicant Tracking System. We have come a long way over the past 9 years. See how we celebrated & our accomplishments.

Work Opportunity Tax Credit for employers

By: Denise Kasanicky

What you need to know about Work Opportunity Tax Credits (WOTC)

Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) allows your organization to get money for hiring targeted classes such as disabled and unemployed veterans, SNAP, & TAFN.

By: Taryn Barnes

The Perils of Poor Onboarding

We share 3 problems your organization may be experiencing during the onboarding of new hires. From bad paperwork, to lack of training, to no mentor.

By: Sara Jones

3 Secrets to Hiring for Diversity

Here we lay out three secrets to hiring more diversity (particularly women) in the workplace including asking for the right things in your job ad. Read more

By: Michelle Checketts

5 Keys to Hiring Tech Talent

Hiring tech talent can turn into a bidding war. ApplicantPro shares 5 ways to get noticed and to get more applicants. Check it out on the blog.

By: Caleb Larkin

Employee Referrals – An Obvious Solution

Employee referral applicants often produce the most qualified, long term employees. Why is that? We discuss the how and why of getting employee referrals.