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How MetaBank Streamlines Recruiting with ClearCompany

"One of HR's strategic objectives is developing an Enhanced Recruiting strategy."  MetaBank, a federally chartered bank headquartered in Sioux Falls, ...
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5 Proven Strategies to Increase Candidate Flow

Truly successful recruiters all have one thing in common: They think differently. To gain a competitive edge in recruiting, thinking outside the box is a necessity: 31% of recruiters say their number one obstacle is a shortage of candidates.
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From Intern to Employee: The Right Moves to Make

Getting an internship is one of the best things a student can do to jump-start their professional career. While a paid internship is always preferable, even unpaid internships offer valuable on-site job experience that just can’t be obtained through college. In fact, 61.4% of students in a 2014 study had previous internship experience before they were offered a job.
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20 Little Known Ways to Get Hired Fast

Time to hire is at its highest, with the entire hiring process taking roughly 23 days. The length can leave many job seekers less than optimistic when looking for a new career. If you’re looking to make a move soon, you may wonder if there’s anything you can do to speed up a lengthy process. Lucky for you, we’ve compiled a list of 20 things you can do to get hired faster.
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Before You Write Job Descriptions, Answer these Seven Questions

The best recruiters treat job seekers like their customers. Job descriptions are often the only advertising space you get for your position. Write a requisition that is too long, full of irrelevant information, or uninteresting and your potential candidates will move on. This is especially true of the best talent; they know they can be choosy.
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How to Turn Your Workplace into the Best Recruitment Tool Ever

Workplace environment has become a pretty big part of the whole employment package. Job seekers scour career sites and social media pages to get a glimpse at the offices and dress code of companies they’re interested in working for, and candidates make a note of scoping out the hallways for personality clues when called into an interview.
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4 Reasons to Care About Your Candidate's Experience

Everyone talks about the candidate experience and how we should improve it, but actually taking the time to analyze, review and improve takes more than just writing a blog post about it. Nearly 60% of candidates have had a poor candidate experience when applying for jobs. Courting candidates is not easy, but it certainly becomes even more challenging if candidates are having poor experiences.
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