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candidate management

Candidate Evaluation Scorecards for Better Hiring Decisions

Keeping track of all the details for each candidate could easily take up a lot of time. It is harder to manage when the information you need for decision making is scattered over various systems and you do not use any form of candidate evaluation scorecards. Perhaps the biggest challenge lies in effectively screening and categorizing job hopefuls in order to determine which are the most promising potential employees. Going through multiple interviews on a daily basis could make it difficult to separate similarly qualified individuals. Notes taken by interviewers can be helpful but an unstructured process with a lot of unstructured data to process Read more

Candidate Rejection Emails: How To Get Them Right

Taking the time to compose and send rejection emails to job candidates is a sound business practice for hiring managers. A timely, personalized letter allows you to extend professional courtesy while building goodwill and vetting candidates for future positions. Establishing this as an integral part of the hiring process can actually make future hiring easier and more efficient by keeping qualified candidates in the loop while discouraging re-application from unqualified job seekers. A Matter of Respect Although no one likes rejection, the uncertainty of not knowing if you got the job is much worse. Good candidate communication is critical. By Read more

How to Manage Candidate Relationships and Keep Talent Interested

Every day, recruiters and human resources staff find themselves on the receiving end of thousands of resumes and job applications. The number of online applications has increased steadily thanks to major shifts in the way job seekers and companies interact. While the level of interest continues to go up, job seekers are often disappointed with the lack of engagement in the process. Many skilled candidates apply to jobs through company career sites or via referrals. However, the majority of applicants may never receive a response or hear from the hiring company after submitting an application. Companies that are not able Read more

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