With over 95% of all Fortune 500 companies moving to use Applicant Tracking System, or ATS, these applications are scanned and filtered by software before reaching a hiring manager’s hands based on parameters set by the hiring team.
As we approach 2020, it’s a good idea to take a moment to examine your HR processes and prepare for the new year ahead. Use what you’ve learned from the year behind you — where did you see success? Where could your department benefit from some increased focus? As you consider your strategy and priorities for next year, consider what you accomplished this year, and what you need in order to make next year better, more effective, and more productive.
There are multitudes of HR and hiring industry terms, and many of them are similar with nuanced differences. However, when you consider all the subtleties in your talent management process, nuance becomes significant. To help you define and organize your company’s hiring language, we’ve compiled a glossary for all the industry terms related to talent management. Don’t Have Time to Read the Whole Article Now? Enter your email and save the PDF for later.