Hiring’s Hidden Problem – Your Resume Screeners Are “Hunting For Weaknesses” (Instead of focusing on applicants whose strengths far outweigh their flaws)

A minimalist, flat design of a balanced scale in a neutral office setting. On one side, a resume in cool blue tones lies on the plate. On the other side, several green, positive icons representing strengths and potential balance out the scale. The overall image has a modern and professional feel.

Not seeing enough strong applicants? Blame screeners that are overly focused on finding weaknesses. Yes, the #1 screening error in most organizations occurs when your screeners are exclusively focused on “screening out” all resumes that contain even a single weakness or flaw. During their “hunt for weaknesses,” these screeners purposely …

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How to Hire After Layoffs By Lauren Dixon

As seen on by Lauren Dixon How to Hire Again When it does come time to hire for a previously eliminated role, legal questions are the first to address.Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) suggests to wait at least six months since the layoff. If “the former employee finds …

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