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5 Ways to Eliminate Bias from Your Hiring Process

Being open to a variety of different views is a good thing, regardless of any rhetoric to the contrary. After all, in the United States alone, many of the biggest corporations today were founded by first- or second-generation immigrants, a group that practically ensures diversity.  Differences in background make for … Continue reading

posted on 19 Jul 2017

What’s the deal with Google for Jobs?

If you’re searching for a job, you can now simply Google it. The tech giant recently launched its own job search engine, — Google for Jobs. This new job search engine pulls listings from across the web, providing access to more than a million job postings. Job seekers are first … Continue reading

posted on 07 Jul 2017

Vote for the New Feature You’d Like to See

At HiringThing, your vote counts! We strive to consistently build features and system enhancements that will bring you hiring happiness. This is why we would like to hear from you. Take a minute to vote for the feature you would like to see next.  

posted on 30 Jun 2017

Is Your Recruiting Schedule a Nightmare? We Have the Answer!

We’ve added a heaping helping of Hiring Happiness™ to the interview scheduling process. Our goal is to eliminate the scheduling mishaps, double-bookings and back-and-forth when trying to schedule interviews, especially when you have an entire recruiting team involved. Our new Calendar does just that. Here’s what you need to know: … Continue reading

posted on 24 May 2017

Creative Ways Companies Segment Workers by Personality Type

There are many different personality types working at a company at any one time, and there is no magic bullet that helps us successfully manage them all in the same way. Different personality types require different ways of managing them. Expert managers recognize this and have learned exactly how to … Continue reading

posted on 17 May 2017

Streamline Your New Hire Experience with Onboarding Documents

We’re excited to announce an awesome new feature and powerful enhancement to our Offer Letter Wizard. You can now create custom Onboarding Documents to send to your new hires along with the offer letter. Three easy options: 1. Select from our standard pre-configured documents for the basic forms (W-4, direct … Continue reading

posted on 02 May 2017

Identify the Candidates that Fit with Wonscore

The success of your business depends on a great team. To build a great team you’ve got to identify top talent and avoid toxic employees. We’re excited to announce a new way to help you quickly hire the best candidates through our new partnership with Wonderlic. In just minutes you … Continue reading

posted on 19 Apr 2017

4 Onboarding Tips for Remote Employees

Every new employee needs to undergo a well-planned onboarding process. This includes remote employees; with modern networks spanning the globe, more companies are open to taking on virtual employees. However, some organizations find it more difficult to integrate remote workers. Long distance can create time zone and communication issues that … Continue reading

posted on 17 Apr 2017

7 Hiring Tips to Write the Plan of a Productive Interview

The more prepared to conducting an interview you are, the smoother it’ll go. However, if you don’t have much experience in the interviewing process, it might be hard to come up with a proper interview plan right away. Even if you are experienced, these tips can help you make the … Continue reading

posted on 16 Mar 2017

5 Tips for Improving the Candidate Experience

When it comes to the topic of candidate experience, we often think about it from an employment relationship perspective. But having a bad experience during the recruiting and hiring process can affect more than just whether or not a candidate would consider applying again. It could potentially cost you their … Continue reading

posted on 15 Mar 2017