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10 Tricks to Narrow Down Candidates Faster

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Do you have so many applications flooding in for each position that you don't know how you can possibly get through all of them? Recruiters and HR Managers are becoming increasingly overwhelmed by the volume of resumes they receive, especially since the democratization of the application process allows job seekers to apply for hundreds of positions, very quickly.

Smaller companies simply don't have the resources to deal with a large number of applicants, and only 19% of hiring managers at small companies look at the majority of resumes they receive. Larger companies rely on their Applicant Tracking System to narrow down their candidate list, but the keyword matching it uses can be gamed by unqualified candidates and may allow great candidates to slip through the cracks.

So, how do you weed out unqualified candidates quickly, without losing your top candidates to faulty keyword matching algorithms? This presentation (and accompanying webinar) discuss some tips and tricks to narrow down your candidate pool faster, so you can:

-Reduce time to hire
-Hire the right candidates, the first time
-Keep top candidates from getting away

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    • 1. 10 Tricks to Narrow Down Candidates Faster
    • 2. Presenter jen@bright.com @JenAtBrighthttp://www.linkedin.com/in/jenpicard
    • 3. 82%of job seekers use large jobboards in their job searches
    • 4. 19%of hiring managers at smallcompanies look at the majorityof resumes they receive.
    • 5. 1.Start with your employmentbrand
    • 6. 75%Of Americans would not take ajob with a company that had abad reputation
    • 7. 2.Craft a compelling job posting
    • 8. 3.Proactively source candidates
    • 9. Proactive Sourcing
    • 10. What is your main reason for referring someone? Other I care about my workplace and wanted to help I was incentivized and wanted the reward I thought the person was a suitable candidate I thought they would like the job
    • 11. 4.Use technology to communicate
    • 12. 5.Use matching technology tocreate a shortlist
    • 13. 50%of job applicants aren’t qualified
    • 14. Introducing…
    • 15. 6.Assess skills and qualifications
    • 16. 7.Research candidates online
    • 17. 8.Quick and convenient interviewprocess
    • 18. 9.Perform background checks andreference checks
    • 19. 40%of resumes can contain false ortweaked information
    • 20. 10.Close your first choice candidate
    • 21. 1 in 4 will accept a counter offer
    • 22. Thank You!• Questions? Email jen@bright.com• Find us online: – LinkedIn – Twitter – Google Plus
    • 23. Free Resume GraderThe new Bright Score Calculator builds your shortlist in seconds. Try it now: bright.com/score-calculator
    • 24. Get Better Candidates Bright Recruiter gives you access to over 2.5million professionals and shows you who among them are best suited for your positions. Start your free, 14 day trial: bright.com/register/employer

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