5 Companies that Use Employer of Choice Awards on their Job Descriptions

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If you’ve won an employer of choice award, that is a clear example of “social proof” to your candidates. We recommend you use it on every one of your job description pages. Note: Social Proof is one of the 6 proven principles of influence/persuasion from one of my favorite business books Influence by Robert Cialdini,… Read more »

The Top Applicant Tracking Systems Annual Report (2017)

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Welcome to Ongig’s 2017 Top Applicant Tracking System Annual Report! Here are the main sections of the report and below that is the report itself chock full of ATS data, charts and insights. Enjoy! A list of the top 99 applicant tracking systems by market share as of April 30, 2017 The top ATS systems by volume of job… Read more »

The Top 70 Applicant Tracking Systems (2016)

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2017 EDITOR’S NOTE — Check out the updated 2017 version of this report here: The Top Applicant Tracking Systems Annual Report (2017) We think it’s killer. Enjoy! — Rob ———————- Ongig first began reporting on top applicant tracking systems in September 2014 and after 30,000 people read one post on it, we decided to update it for 2016. Our goal for this one… Read more »

ADP Spin-Off Launches New Employer Brand in 45 Days

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When Ongig held our first kick-off meeting with ADP on the morning of August 15th about their huge Dealer Services spin-off, we were impressed by their ambitious goal: launching a complete new employer brand along with careers site and overhaul of job descriptions within 45 days (by October 1st) — the new business would immediately… Read more »

Which Of These 12 Big Lies Have You Caught On A Résumé?

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Somewhere between 12% and 42% of résumés contain a lie, according to such sources as Morgan & Banks, ResumeDoctor and ADP. ADP once did 2.6 Million background checks and found that 44% lied about work histories, 41% lied about education and 23% falsified credentials or licenses.