We think there's a better way to recruit and hire, and it starts with the following assumptions:
Since resumes are usually very short, it is extremely difficult to read an applicant's skill level from them.
In an age where efficiency is everything, reviewing resumes can be a real setback. The most experienced HR professional can spend 20 to 30 minutes on a single resume looking for anomalies, understanding nuances, and searching for key skills.
Do not fall for a bad resume review. Maybe the applicant with the gap in his resume was a military spouse who had to relocate with his loved one. He's loyal. Maybe the applicant who wanted to stay in a lower position for a while was taking care of a sick relative. She is selfless. These traits might be seen as beneficial by HR departments if they were not disqualified based on a resume that does not tell the whole story.
Put aside the resume and raise the profile of each application. With Hussle Resume-less Recruiting, you reap the benefits of a new, innovative process without having to invest the time to develop new systems because we can integrate directly into your process. You focus on what you do best, interviewing a top candidate for an open position.
Are you Hiring? Get in touch with us to learn more about how Resume-less Recruiting can help.