A Resume, Applicant & Pre-Employment Screening Guide

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With 60% of candidates abandoning a long, complex recruiting process halfway through, HR departments need to move quickly to keep their top choices from jumping ship. Resume screening is one area that can slow the entire recruiting process down. One study found a recruiter takes an average of seven seconds to review a resume. That may not seem like a lot, but consider all of the extra time it takes to open emails or messages, download the resumes to your desktop, open each one and then organize and rate them. Now the task seems much more time-consuming. For businesses

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