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The shortage of technology workers in the U.S. has been widely publicized. But they’re not the only industry struggling to find qualified workers. PCMA calls it the “perfect storm for the hospitality industry,” as regulators tighten immigration policies and unemployment hovers below 4%. Business Insider reports there are currently one million unfilled jobs in the hospitality industry today.
In a competitive candidate market, you need all the advantages you can muster. A sophisticated applicant tracking system can improve the candidate experience and help your hiring team perform more efficiently. Here’s what businesses have to say about the features and benefits of applicant tracking systems.
If you are a federal contractor, you are probably aware that there are significant recordkeeping requirements for job applicants applying through the Internet. What you may not have considered is how the Internet Applicant Rule strongly ties to your use of modern recruitment solutions using applicant tracking systems (ATS) for federal contracts. If your ATS fails to follow Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) compliance rules, an audit could cost you thousands. read more…
Some things are better left to the experts. While Google has proven itself a tech dynasty, it can’t win at everything. Google Hire, the tech giant’s recent venture into the world of recruiting, intended to support small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs), has announced plans to close as of September 1, 2020.
It’s understandable why recruiters or hiring managers fall into the habit of posting job descriptions the minute a position becomes vacant. Having a position to fill causes anxiety: There’s more pressure on the rest of the team to pick up the slack, and there’s no telling how long it’ll take to replace the exiting employee, let alone how long it’ll take to train the replacement and get him or her up to speed. Slapping a job description onto Indeed.com feels like a quick win. read more…