As an employer, you cannot possibly interview every single candidate interested in your job. An efficient application process comes to your help in picking up the right candidate. While resumes give volumes of information about the candidate, at the end of it, a resume is a self-promotion tool for candidates and most of the time, a resume will not give you the information you want for initial screening of candidates. Your application process comes to your rescue in such times. The application process enables employers in initial screening decisions based on uniform information gathered from all job applicants.
Phone interviews present unique issues that many candidates fail to recognize. There are advantages, such as not worrying about travel. There are, however, also disadvantages, such as losing the ability to display sincerity through body language, the difficulty in making a connection with an interviewer you cannot see, and a very real risk of losing the position due to poor phone etiquette.
By Laszlo Bock Source: LinkenIn I’ve sent out hundreds of resumes over my career, applying for just about every kind of job. I’ve personally reviewed more than 20,000 resumes. And at Google we sometimes get more than 50,000 resumes in a single week. I have seen A LOT of resumes. Some are brilliant, most are
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