All posts by Dan Arkind

Sep 8, 2014

Self Service Plan Changes for September 30th, 2014

JobScore has grown a lot.  We hired engineers to make our software faster and better.  We grew our customer success team to make sure that we continue to provide awesome support. With this growth we’ve decided to fine tune our plans. Two changes will go into effect on Tuesday, September 30th. Change #1:  Limits for […]

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Jun 16, 2014

Overdue Alerts to Keep the Trains Running on Time

Getting back to people quickly is a key aspect of a running a high quality hiring process. As your team grows, it gets harder and harder to keep up with time-sensitive tasks, and some candidates start to fall through the cracks. The JobScore Velocity Report helps by showing how long it’s taking you to complete […]

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May 6, 2014

Tags to help source & build relationships

Here at JobScore we are seeing more and more employers proactively sourcing candidates and building relationships with candidates outside of the traditional “job requisition based” hiring process. To make it easier to do this in JobScore we’re delivering one of your most requested enhancements: Tags. Tags define candidates and create lists Sometimes also known as […]

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Apr 11, 2014

JobScore: Now Prettier & Easier

JobScore is improved and tweaked all the time – but we’re long overdue for a formal update. This is a good one. Refreshed Employer Interface We’ve overhauled & updated our 2008-era user interface — and we’re fired up with the results. You can access the employer beta right now using your normal login here: […]

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Mar 20, 2014

3 Keys to Executive Recruiting Success

Do executive recruiters getting results because of their experience or do they have a secret arsenal of tricks give them the edge? Michael Morell, managing partner at Riviera Partners, says it’s both. “There isn’t a shortage of talent… there’s a shortage of folks who have enough experience to be really good at recruiting great talent.” […]

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Mar 15, 2014

Big Recruiting Bets Can Yield Big Rewards

In the decade he spent recruiting for Apple Computer, Patrick Burke helped build the iPod and iPhone teams. At HireCamp 2014 he shared the story of how 1 tactic sourced 10% of the team that shipped the first iPhone – before anyone knew the super-secret project even existed. His key lesson? “You’ve gotta take big […]

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Mar 14, 2014

Improve Communication With Hiring Managers

Hiring Managers often think of recruiters as magicians who pull out their wand and PRESTO! amazing candidates appear out of nowhere. In a past life John Vlastelica  was a recruiting leader at Amazon and Expedia. He’s now the Managing Director of Recruiting Toolbox, a firm that helps organizations get better at recruiting. In his practice, […]

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Mar 12, 2014

Questions Matter

Recruiting involves assessing people by asking questions… but how do you know if you’re asking the right ones? Michael Housman is the Chief Analytics Officer at Evolv, a firm that’s amassed a huge pile of recruiting data – 100 million assessment responses from 3 million people. Evolv uses predictive analysis (think Moneyball) to help companies make better […]

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Mar 5, 2014

Advance Your Recruiting Career With Questions & Data

What’s the meaning of life? Why do fools fall in love? What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow? Some questions may never be answered … while others can launch you into the next phase of your career. At HireCamp in 2014 Dan Portillo from Greylock Partners shared how asking questions and using data shifted […]

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