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How to Get your resume through Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS).
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As if it isn’t hard enough trying to get a job already, applicant tracking systems (ATS) and human resources information systems (HRIS) can make it even harder. They do have their advantages though – for recruiters and for job seekers – but with so many systems on the market, it’s hard to know how to create a resume that will work with ATS.
Hiring companies rely on applicant tracking systems to help them organise and navigate large numbers of applicants. ATSs offer a variety features, including the ability for employers to review job applications from potential employees as well as keep track what has been submitted, where it’s located within an organisation or company site (i.e., HR), who made that decision about hiring someone through this process.
Employers can cut down on the number of applicants and find top talent with ATS, by automatically extracting information from resumes. This allows recruiters to create digital applicant profiles that can then search or filter based on certain criteria such as qualifications for this position.
Thousands of job applicants are often competing for just one role, so it’s no wonder that hiring managers have become overwhelmed with the online process. Great for recruiters, but no so great for job seekers. So just how do you make your resume stand out from the rest, and help get through the Applicant Tracking Systems?
The good news is, we’ve created a checklist that you can download now so you can beat the bots at their own game. (And it also serves as a template to help you write the perfect resume).
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