Author Archive | Chuck Schaldenbrand

Scheduling Calls In RESUMate’s 1-Click Daily Planner

Every record in RESUMate has dedicated date fields.  You can use them to store information about the record itself (when the resume came in, when it was last modified), or you can use it to store information about the candidate or client (upcoming deadlines, etc.).  For day-to-day operations, however, perhaps the most useful thing to […]

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Finding Hidden Resumes On Your PC

If you’ve been recruiting for any period of time, chances are you have a lot of resumes on your hard drive.  It’s a common practice to save these resumes in folders, organized by job title, geographic location, source, or any other logical grouping.  Over time, these folders can contain hundreds or even thousands of resumes. […]

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What Automatic Reporting Really Means

In the previous post, I described a wide variety of reports that can be generated using the combination of RESUMate’s Export Wizard and Microsoft Excel.  I listed 14 possible report titles, and indicated that this was not an exhaustive list, but rather a starting point to get you thinking about what kinds of reports you’d like […]

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