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Hiring / Interviewing: Technology or The Human?. Hiring… The Way We Were. 1950’s – 1980’s 75 % of candidates came from Newspaper Ads Paper Resumes Mailed Employment Agencies Internships Active Candidates 1983 : Faxing your resume all the rage

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hiring the way we were
Hiring… The Way We Were

1950’s – 1980’s

75% of candidates came from Newspaper Ads

  • Paper Resumes Mailed
  • Employment Agencies
  • Internships
  • Active Candidates

1983: Faxing your resume all the rage

Faxes increased from 300,000 to 4 million

we ve come a long way baby
We’ve Come a Long Way Baby

1999-Present

1989: Resumes could be EMAILED!

1995: Careerbuilder

1996: HotJobs

1999: Monster

2000: 50% of people use the internet

2005: YouTube created

2006: 96% of Job Seekers use the internet

2010: 80% of people use the internet

2011: Companies spend 50% more on Social Recruiting AND

89% of companies use social media in the hiring process

2012: 66% of adults use social media

the good the bad and the ugly of using technology to hire
The Good, The Bad and The Uglyof Using Technology to Hire
  • Social Media
  • Applicant tracking systems
  • Talent Management Systems
  • HRIS
  • Online Applications
  • Online Resumes
  • Data mining
  • Word or Phrase query
  • Video Interviewing
  • Virtual Onboarding
depending too much on technology
Depending too Much on Technology?

Apply for a job on your own company’s online ATS

This is what you’ll experience…..

  • You MAY be able to upload a resume
  • If you can, you’re still required to fill in all the boxes by copy and pasting all the parts of your resume
  • Takes 2+ hours to complete
  • Hit Submit and….
response
RESPONSE….

Thank you for the interest you have expressed in joining XYZ.We have carefully considered your submission, and at this time, have elected to move forward with other applicants whose credentials more closely match the position we are hiring for.  We encourage you to continue to visit the XYZ website frequently.  Should you find another open position that suits your interest, you are invited to submit your profile for consideration for that opportunity.  Additionally, your resume will be retained in our database, so please keep your profile and contact information current to allow us to consider you for positions that match your interest and experience.

the human element issues
The human element issues:
  • The wrong person prescreening
    • Doesn’t understand the IT / Engineering type candidate
  • First-look person just as bad as your technology
    • Only comparing resume to key requirements
    • Can they really get into what you need beyond checking off the list (word/phrase query)?
what to do
What to do?

Tech

Human