All Blog Posts Tagged 'candidates' (5)

At the End of the Day, It’s All About Passion

So you are looking to hire someone. You have your job description, your qualifications, and your benefits posted along with information on your company. You had your interviews, asked all your questions, and you found that one candidate that you would like to extend an offer to. He or she seems like a good culture fit.

When considering the best, most qualified candidate, before you extend the offer, make sure that you answered “yes” to this one question:

Does this…


Added by Allison Sima on May 27, 2015 at 12:35pm — 1 Comment

Video Interview System Eliminates Phone Screening

goInterview announced the release today of their video interview system (, designed to eliminate traditional phone screening of job applicants. By utilizing

goInterview, companies can reduce their time to hire while improving the

quality of the hiring process.…


Added by on July 22, 2010 at 9:37am — No Comments

Attracting Talent from all over the Web

By applying specialised search techniques, online talent search specialists are able to uncover passive candidates in the shadowy Deep Web - wherever they gather to work and play.

The employment market is generally categorised into three main talent pools, namely the unemployed Job Seekers, the employed job seekers and the passive (non-job seeking) candidate. By understanding the nature of these various talent pools, Recruiters are in a better position to attract the right… Continue

Added by Gillian Meier on May 15, 2009 at 5:28am — 1 Comment

Text Messaging is great but not during a career search!

Great article today in the Wall Street Journal titled, "Thx for the IView!..." written by Sarah Needleman. You can read the article on page D1 or online at

At GoliathJobs, we also consult with schools on best practices such interview tips and proper dress. While I do agree that text messaging has it's place, it does not belong in the career search sector. That would be the equivalent of "Pig Latin" being used in business when it… Continue

Added by Jennifer Porter on July 29, 2008 at 12:00pm — 1 Comment

Using Twitter to push jobs

While at the ERE in San Diego this past week I discovered Twitter. I had heard about it before and even took a brief look at what's going on there but never thought of using it as a way to promote my job board postings. Until I saw a job board feeding it's RSS feed through a service called TwitterFeed.

It is was not that hard to setup and it works really well. Twitter users are used to micro blogging 140… Continue

Added by John Walker on April 5, 2008 at 12:32pm — 6 Comments

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