Hiring Managers Need to Know 5 Things about ATS

Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) screen applicants who apply for jobs online. Employers in the USA have adopted these systems to weed out inappropriate candidates and reduce the number of resumes to be reviewed by recruiters. Unfortunately, highly skilled candidates may get rejected in the process. Hiring managers have often complained that they don’t receive many candidates to review and that several may…

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