When the average job posting receives 250 resumes and up to 88% of candidates who apply are unqualified, recruitment shortlisting strategies are more important than ever.
Despite advances in recruiting software and technology, screening resumes and shortlisting candidates are still the most time-consuming parts of recruitment.
That’s why I created this list of the 5 best recruitment shortlisting strategies to help speed up your time-to-hire.
1. Using keywords as a recruitment shortlisting strategy
One of the classic recruitment shortlisting strategies is finding qualified candidates using keywords. A good Applicant Tracking System (ATS) should allow you to screen candidates using keywords based on desired skills and experience. Continue reading
One of the fastest growing areas of HR is people analytics. But understanding how to best leverage people analytics software can be challenging.
To help you learn more, I’ve asked industry experts for their advice on best practices for using people analytics software.
Dr. Benoit Hardy-Vallée, IBM Kenexa
The best people analytics software is human judgement.
The key to getting insights first starts with a true desire to answer important questions using data and evidence.
No software will provide that desire for evidence-based learning. People analytics software first and foremost needs to be able to function as a tool to empower human decision making. Continue reading
Shortlisting candidates is the most time-consuming (and tedious) part of a recruiter’s job. Because 75 to 88% of resumes received for an open req are unqualified, it takes approximately 23 hours to screen resumes and shortlist candidates for a single hire.
Recruiters and talent acquisition professionals desperately need an effective tool for shortlisting candidates to speed up time-to-hire.
That’s why I created this list of the 6 best tools for quickly, accurately, and cost-effectively shortlisting candidates.
1. Job postings that shortlist candidates through job matching
Job postings are still the top source of hires: 31% of hires come from job search engines and job boards. Continue reading