Aurora, ON (PRWEB) November 19, 2004
HR.comÂ, the largest research and Web destination for Senior HR Professionals, recently published an article on its site entitled, "Should we do away with resumes?" The article was written by Joe Murphy, who is a principal and co-founder of Shaker Consulting Group.
Joe takes a look at a couple of examples that show how resumes have made life difficult, because one opening can attract 1,200 resumes with only about 15% possessing the minimum qualifications. The alternative, he suggests, is taking a multi-method approach, which uses a combination of scorable screening and simulated job tryouts to create an objective path for candidate flow and decision support.
He also points out that the strength of the Web and computing power are still grossly underutilized: merely migrating a paper form to digital completion is not taking advantage of the power offered by the medium.
He further states, "As we consider the evolution of the recruiting process, the resume has not evolved, it has not kept pace." He says that, "Simulations, virtual job tryouts and work sampling are the wave of the future, and are being used on a limited basis today."
To read the entire article, visit http://www.hr.com or go to http://www.hr.com/HRcom/index.cfm/WeeklyMag/8B2BD5D1-A432-4F1A-BF0414DCBC4EFE6D?ost=wmFeature
About Shaker Consulting
Shaker Consulting Group has pioneered a two-way information exchange between applicant and employer through virtual job tryouts and high fidelity simulations. Their solutions support hiring decisions that lead to measurable business outcomes. Guaranteed. Contact Joe Murphy at 216-292-0202, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.shakercg.com.
People are the key to a companyÂs success. TodayÂs executives know the true value of including their senior Human Resource (HR) professionals in the big boardrooms, as they offer viable and valuable solutions to issues like leadership, hiring practices, HR technology, benefit cost containment, performance management, and much more. And where does HR turn for the expertise they need?
HR.com is the #1 resource for strategic HR professionals in the U.S., Canada and Europe. Its mandate is to educate and inform the HR community a host of different ways: an online magazine with over 10,000 articles (including regular columns with Thought Leaders, Industry Experts and Analysts), free educational online learning seminars, annual gala events (Power of People Series), in-depth research reports, a network of practitioners, and much more. Positive response in the marketplace has led to HR.comÂs success and growth, and will continue to do so in the years ahead.
Terri Joosten, VP of Sales
1-877-472-6648, ext. 113
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