Monthly Archive: January 2013

Screening Applicants: Gathering Feedback

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Sometimes you just can’t put your finger on something that won’t sit still in your head. Maybe you think a vague idea or can’t remember a word in the middle of a conversation. A reason or excuse won’t explain why you can’t figure it out.

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How To Interview (Like Law & Order Teaches Us)

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How To Interview (Like Law & Order Teaches Us)

Valuable interviewing lessons lie underneath the layer of gritty entertainment. Sometimes two or more people can do better than one. You may not interrogate criminals, but still learn how to interview to gather information (just don’t throw a chair and threaten the applicant with jail time).

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The Good, The Bad, The Hired… Social Media

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The Good, The Bad, The Hired… Social Media

Yeah, yeah, yeah...we know you’re busy. So are we! We just can’t help ourselves when it comes to dishing out tasty bits of info. Check out our quick recap of super exciting news in hiring. Social media won’t just benefit you. Candidates dig it too. Does it really matter how you treat candidates in your hiring process? These big names […]

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Screening: Pre-screening Questionnaires and Phone Calls

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Climbing Mount Everest with Steve Jobs while raising funds for my third successful startup could rank as the best resume booster to date. Or it could be a lie that would set someone’s pants on fire. It could go either way. No amount of software or digital interference will ever replace the stomach-turning interview. That list of applicants may feel […]

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The Good, The Bad, The Hired

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The Good, The Bad, The Hired

We honestly don’t mean to annoy you with social media stuff, but it’s a big deal! Social gets a lot of love in the news and blogospheres so don’t hate the player, hate the game. Here are a few highlights. LinkedIn helps college students network for their careers. At least this kid featured in the Huffington Post thinks so. Pretty […]

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Campaign Staffing Press Release: President Obama and Mitt Romney Select The Resumator

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The Resumator raised eyebrows after becoming the sole hiring platform used by Obama for America and the Romney Campaign. This bipartisan software company cemented itself as the 2012 presidential campaign software solution enabling those with limited hiring experience to staff efficiently.

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How2Hire eBook: An Introductory Guide to the Hiring Process

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How2Hire eBook: An Introductory Guide to the Hiring Process

Here at The Resumator we believe the future of any company depends on the employees they hire. For this reason, we set out on a mission: Help today’s greatest people create tomorrow’s greatest companies. We've learned a thing or two about HR and the hiring process from the 6,500+ companies using our hiring platform. After all, those companies used our […]

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Speaking Freely with The Resumator’s Don Charlton

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Reporter Malia Spencer described our CEO, Don Charlton, for a lovely article in the Pittsburgh Business Times. Why? Besides just being interesting? Don spoke at an event, called "Speaking Freely," hosted in the East Liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh, PA.

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Applicant Tracking: Organizing Incoming Candidates to Make Screening Easy

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Imagine you woke up on the sidewalk of some unfamiliar city where nothing looks familiar and the people speak some strange language into glowing boxes hanging on their ears. You shake off the hazy feeling of confusion and reach out to the uninterested passer bys on the crowded walkway. They merely brush you off. Hiring can feel like this bit […]

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