Channel the Resume Flood With Applicant Tracking Systems

Gilster, Paul A.; Davison, Barbara; Dickmeyer, William
January 2001
Workforce;Jan2001, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p30
Reports the growth in the use of applicant tracking systems (ATS) by job applicants who send their resumes on the Internet. Advantages of electronic resumes; Features of ATS; Estimates on online recruitment agencies in the United States.


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