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SkillSurvey Creates New Surveys for Additional Medical Specialties to Help Physician Recruiters Improve Reference Checking
SkillSurvey creates new surveys for additional medical specialties to help physician recruiters improve reference checking.
SkillSurvey is listed as a high performer for satisfaction on the HR Tech 2017 Gridscape.
Ray Bixler shares how candidates can help make the hiring process flow faster in his monthly On Careers column.
Why you want to be sure that you’re not funneling all your candidates into a one-size-fits-all candidate experience.
Managers provide feedback about what a candidate provides, while coworkers provide feedback about how they provide it.
SkillSurvey and iCIMS Continue to Increase Integrations and Automate Reference Checking Within the Hiring Process
50 organizations have integrated these two platforms and gained improved insights on their candidates.
Harvard Business Review article discusses the latest research from SkillSurvey’s Analytics Team on candidate references.
Ray Bixler shares how candidates can bridge the skills gap and reach for jobs that may be outside their comfort zone.
Co-worker references provide valuable insight on applicant soft skills. Read SHRM’s take on SkillSurvey’s research.
See who you should be asking for job references to get the right data and insights needed for today’s work environment.
Columnist Heather Huhman shares why you may want to consider reaching out to more job candidate’s references.
SkillSurvey Reference includes a configurable workflow option for companies to tailor reference checking.
In his careers column, Ray Bixler discusses how hiring is changing as a result of recent tech company HR stories.
Study reveals peer and manager references deliver a clearer picture because they provide different types of feedback.
See why some candidate screening and selection methods may be screening out great candidates.
New Study Demonstrates Why Employers Should Also Check References from Co-Workers – Not Just Managers
New study demonstrates why employers should also check references from co-workers – not just managers.
Columnist George Anders discusses new SkillSurvey research that shows why references should include both managers and co-workers.
Reference checking is one way to make sure you’re protecting your organization from making a bad hiring decision.
Healthcare Organizations Still Struggle to Digitize Credentialing Processes and Reduce Turnaround Times, According to SkillSurvey’s 2nd Annual Healthcare Organization Survey
Survey reveals healthcare organizations struggle to digitize credentialing processes & reduce turnaround times.
Ray Bixler’s monthly column in US News & World Report focuses on how to give your job search a check-up.