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800 to Eight – How to Effectively Manage Resume Flow in Today’s New Recruiting Landscape

800 to Eight – How to Effectively Manage Resume Flow in Today’s New Recruiting Landscape

David Lewis

June 23, 2009

With the candidate pool being the deepest ever in history the task of identifying those worth interviewing has become more difficult than ever before.

How do you turn 800 resumes into the 8 worthy of an interview?

Listen to our webinar as we review proven methodologies designed to ensure your firm is making the right decisions in who to see, including the critical need for job descriptions, how to profile your open positions in ways to aid your recruiting effort, and ways to drive your list of requirements to a level that allows for a finer filter that delivers results.

Managing Resume Flow PDF

Managing Resume Flow Recording

Monster would like to thank our presenter, David Lewis.

David Lewis
President and Founder, Operations, INC.

David Lewis founded OperationsInc in January 2001, building on a successful career in Human Resources that kicked off in 1986. Since the company’s inception, the firm has grown year after year, today engaging over twenty HR professionals. A highly sought-after guest speaker and lecturer, he is known for his ability to present simple solutions to complex business problems. The news media rely on David as a source of expert commentary on a variety of human resources and operational business issues. In addition to serving as a subject matter expert on Podcasts and radio programs, David has been quoted in Entrepreneur Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Fox Business, MSNBC, HR Magazine, HR Executive, Fairfield and Westchester County Business Journals, The New York Post, Newsday, The Stamford Advocate, The Hartford Courant and The Milwaukee Sentinel Journal, among many other publications. David has had an unusually broad career as a consultant and business leader.

This article originally appeared on Monster for Employees Resource Center