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Responsive Recruitment Software on Mobile, Tablet and Desktop

May 23, 2014 Leave a comment

Hiring managers and HR personal can now enjoy the benefits of optimized web viewing on any device, thanks to Newton’s highly responsive Applicant Tracking System.

Newton has recently updated their version of the Applicant Tracking System which will allow users to experience high visibility of the product on any tablet, smartphone or internet browser without the hassle of procuring apps to use it.

The company gave the system a complete over haul giving it renewed user abilities. The real jumpstart is the utilization of HTML5 that is restructured to suit mobile use. This version of Newton is offered as an automatic upgrade for existing users and all customers will be included in the new system over a period of several weeks.

All web accessible information should be conformable to the screen size of a device, no matter how that particular device is designed. Newton created a user-friendly product for recruiters and hiring managers. Their product adjusts and re-positions itself to accommodate the size of the screen.

Newton’s Head of Marketing and Co-Founder, Joel Passen relates that restructuring Newton’s HTML5 was a challenging task which took more time and mental energy to create than any other program since Newton’s debut. He goes on to say that the genius behind the upgrade puts Newton – its supporters and staff as well – on a higher technological platform than its competitors. The re-architecture will be virtually impossible for vendors to imitate.

The HTML5 up-grade will be a platform that paves the way for new features and functionality every month and a half to two months for the rests of 2014.

Newton is an applicant tracking system specifically created for hiring managers and recruiters of small to mid-sized companies that optimizes their on base hiring program.

Trying to read, scroll and generally maneuver any web information on tiny screens has always been challenging for people who use devices, especially on the go. I can state that the remaining populace of tablet and mobile users is green with envy at the advantage hiring personal have with this program.

This is well said for the program in itself but, being realistic, it doesn’t completely make up for the full viewing advantage of a desktop or standard size laptop.

Resizing is a definite plus and great quick-referencing is better than having no alternative at all, however, it stands to reason that this is great for applicant profile reviewing and chat-style interviews, but the greater part of the hiring process would have to be performed in person, or on large screen as I mentioned earlier. I wouldn’t suggest relying on this completely; the internet system may give out at the wrong moment.

 

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Tips for Hiring The Top MBAs

May 31, 2013 Leave a comment

ImageWhen it comes to hiring MBAs, companies are all across the board. According to BusinessWeek, there is a significant reduction in the number of MBAs receiving job offers. This means that MBAs in general are headed to the back of the unemployment line like everyone else – though this is likely to change in the next several months.

Research was conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council in the first quarter where over 5,000 graduates across 33 countries were interviewed. Fewer had job offers than those in prior year. Areas that were down included finance, accounting, manufacturing and health care. There were some areas that saw gains, however, which included consulting, energy and technology.

Another survey was recently conducted with corporate recruiters and this was more positive. It showed that many were planning on hiring MBAs. This includes hiring more with an MBA as well as paying them more – up approximately $5,000 annually from 2012.

The areas that show the most promise for MBAs includes technology and finance. As the economy is turning around, companies are learning of the importance of hiring quality talent -and this often means going after those who have more education in a particular topic.

In the survey, it showed that U.S. companies have the greatest demand for MBA talent with approximately 85 percent of companies planning to hire individuals with such a degree – and this number increases to 92 percent in the Northeast region of the countryWhen you plan on hiring the top MBAs, you have to understand you have competition out there. What used to be an open market because MBAs weren’t getting the offers is now much fiercer. This means you will have to make sure you have something to offer the candidates – and take the time to go out in the market and find the talent you are looking for.

You cannot always wait for talent to come to you. It will be necessary for you to userecruitment technology to go in pursuit of the talent. When you are able to reach out to those with MBAs, you will be able to tap into more talent. You may even want to go out of your demographic area to find the right talent – and ask people to relocate in order to work for your company.

Regardless of whether you are actively searching for talent or you are waiting for talent to come to you, you will need to make sure you are tracking all of the talent properly. This way you will be able to see what you have without letting any slip through your fingers.