The Ultimate HR Tech Stack Revelation: 21 Categories of Software You Can Use & What You Can Accomplish With Them

CakeHR

According to TIME, a run through of full genome sequencing cost a whopping 100 million dollars in 2002. The post The Ultimate HR Tech Stack Revelation: 21 Categories of Software You Can Use & What You Can Accomplish With Them appeared first on CakeHR Blog. Perhaps this leap made possible by the largesse of technology is the most astonishing. But just 15 years later the process can be completed for a relatively cost effective $1000.

Is ‘gamification’ the answer to your recruitment woes?

WebRecruit

Good online recruitment software may incorporate many useful features – from applicant tracking to talent pools – but what if that software took the form of an actual game? As long ago as 2002, the U.S. Recruitment technology online recruitment software

Taleo Settles With The TSA For A Cool $6.5 Million

Staffing Talk

the huge staffing management solutions software company in Dublin, CA, when they allegedly overcharged the Transportation Security Administration for human resources services. staffing management software company Taleo Taleo Corp. Take caution when you try to screw with government HR.

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How Jobvite Helped Tenable Stand Out in a Competitive Recruiting Market

Jobvite

Starting out as a small company in 2002, Tenable is now the world’s leader in continuous network monitoring. Tenable needed recruiting software that would attract the most qualified candidates to the company. Recruitment Marketing Software That Drives Results.

Glossary of IT terms for Tech Recruiters

Devskiller

is code that is already written and covers low(er) level, generic functionalities so programmers can selectively change it with additional user-written code, thus providing application-specific software. A software framework provides a standard way to build and deploy applications.

The Most Unusual Corporate Vacation Policies: Innovative or Insane?

The Hiring Site

In fact, Branson was inspired by Netflix , who has been offering unlimited vacation since 2002, choosing instead to focus “on what people get done, not on how many hours or days worked.”

Blockchain Recruiting Is Possible, But When Will It Be Practical?

SmartRecruiters

Sadly, the United States isn’t as agile or forward-thinking as countries such as Estonia, which started adopting blockchain-powered ID cards for its citizens in 2002. When companies can simply add the word “blockchain” to their name and see their stock price skyrocket , it’s safe to say there will be more than a handful of software vendors that claim to leverage the technology, but really don’t. Talk to software vendors about their plans for blockchain.

Time to reboot the gamification of recruitment

Workable

The free game, which was designed as a way of hooking interested future candidates, spent six years from its release in 2002 among the 10 most popular games in the world. It’s safe to assume that Casey Wardynski didn’t foresee the scale of what he was starting back in 1999.

Degree Not Required: When Higher Ed is Immaterial in Hiring

Recruiterbox

That’s a 43 percent increase since 2002, and the same percentage as those that held a bachelor’s degree in the 1960s. We’ve had customers who have been blown away by senior-level software engineers only to find out they can’t actually code.

Does Your New Hire Really Need a Degree?

Glassdoor for Employers

That’s a 43 percent increase since 2002, and the same percentage as those that held a bachelor’s degree in the 1960s. I’ve known of employers who were blown away by senior-level software engineers only to find out they can’t actually code. In the workplace, degree inflation has been on the rise for decades. College graduates are occupying roles that once required only a high school education. Positions that once called for a Bachelor’s Degree now call for a Masters. It makes sense.

Hire Success: Reporting from the SmartRecruiters 2016 User Conference #Hire16

Brandon Hall

Another great example is found in the conversation I had this morning with a hiring leader at Atlassian , a global software company founded in Sydney in 2002.

Line Up Your “Sites” And Be a Hunter, Not a Trapper

Staffing Talk

For instance, Meetup.com was founded in 2002, so it’s not exactly “new,” but it maintains a rapidly growing userbase (20M people last check), especially amongst technical talent joining Android, iOS, Ruby, Java, and NoSQL Meetup groups.

You May Be Overlooking One in Three Candidates—Here’s How to Change That

Linkedin Talent Blog

And if your company uses auto background check software, you may be screening them out before you have a chance to see what they’re made of. In 2002, more than 60% of employers said they would probably or definitely not hire candidates with criminal records. million people in the U.S.

Border Wars: Tech Recruiting and Immigration Reform.

Recruiting Daily

This is bigger than agency vs. corporate , public sector or private enterprise, software or services companies (or software as a service companies, too). I’ve spent the equivalent of the last four full presidential terms stuck in the tech recruiting trenches.

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How Atlassian is Out-Caring Competitors With Its Unique Candidate Experience

Linkedin Talent Blog

Founded in 2002, Atlassian is an enterprise software company that develops products for software developers, project managers, and content management. Willy Nelson tour tickets.

Cracking The Code - How Recruiters Interpret Your Resume

Recruiting Blogs

Internet Explorer, and Word 2002 off of the skills section. You want potential employers to see your software experience as up-to-date AND recent.not as an operating system wiki. Candidates spend countless hours worrying about their resumes.

A Founder’s Story: First Hiring Pains and Designing a Culture Around Baseball

Recruiting Blogs

If it's for sales, post on different job board than if you were hiring a software engineer. Sean Ferrel founded Managed Solution in 2002. . Last week on Hire Power Radio Show , Rick Girard talked with Sean Ferrel to discuss the trials and errors of building his company with first hires and how he designed his interview process based on themes learned through baseball. Here’s what we discussed with Sean: Every founder’s story is unique.