Hireology Featured in Article Titled "Recruiting Best Practices From Today's Hottest Startups"
Chicago, Ill, Sep 10, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Hireology, the leading selection management platform for distributed enterprises, was featured in an article published by Software Advice's The New Talent Times titled, "Recruiting Best Practices From Today's Hottest Startups." The article features insights from Morgan Gleasman, Hireology's recruiting and selection services coordinator, regarding interview follow-up.
The article, written by Holly Regan, features a variety of professionals from leading companies in the startup space such as Raidious, WorkZeit and Branch. Including information on video interviewing, role-playing, job description construction, employee referrals and the time investment of hiring, the article aims to help startups construct and improve their hiring process.
"Startups face a unique hiring challenge due to limited on-boarding budgets," said Morgan Gleasman. "By sharing our hiring processes and stories, I'm confident 'Recruiting Best Practices From Today's Hottest Startups' will help other startups who face hiring challenges hire the most qualified candidates."
To view the article, please click here. For more information on Hireology, please visit the Better Hiring Today blog.
Hireology's award-winning Selection Management System helps companies organize their hiring process and leverage data to make better hiring decisions. Franchise systems, banks and financial institutions, healthcare systems, dealer networks, and other multi-site operators use Hireology's web-based Selection Manager(TM) to deliver consistent and repeatable hiring decisions in the field - leading to better hiring decisions, lower turnover, and increased profitability per location. For more information, please visit http://www.Hireology.com/.
About Software Advice
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