3 More Things to Learn from Google About Recruiting Budget

 

Running a business is difficult, especially for startups. Depending on the type of business you run, it could take years to become profitable. Restaurants, for example, have to be open for an average of 4-5 years before they turn a profit. For them, budget is king.

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5 Recruiting Reports to Run Every Month

If you measured every single metric within recruiting, chances are you would spend most of your time measuring recruiting instead of actually recruiting. Measuring recruiting activities is important, however, there are reports and metrics that are more important than others. Keeping a tab on the important metrics allows recruiters to stay informed on what is being done right and what needs to be fixed. Whether you are a large or small organization, we have outlined the 5 most important recruiting reports to run every month:

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5 Ways to Optimize Your Resume for the ATS

72% of submitted applications are never read by an actual person.

Does that surprise you? It’s due to the use of Applicant Tracking Systems. These systems scan resumes to determine if a candidate’s qualifications match up with what the company wants in an employee. If you’re missing certain keywords or have fewer qualifications than another applicant, then it’s unlikely your resume will ever be seen by a person and you won’t get the job. Fortunately, there are things you can do to optimize your resume and increase the chances it gets into the hands of the hiring manager.

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Recruiting Through LinkedIn? Check Out These Top Changes

When LinkedIn reported in late 2016 that they would be updating their website’s look and functionality, many were excited. Many were also worried: How would the changes affect recruiting? Would it be helped or hindered by the new design?

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A Basic Recruiting Compliance Checklist

Federal and state laws require employers to maintain a number of specific records relating to the company’s hiring and employment practices. Failing to collect and retain the necessary records can result in fines, exclusion from government contracts and other sanctions. Following best practices for record keeping in your recruiting process will help to minimize your company’s risk exposure in the event of a government audit or lawsuit.

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