There are at least 100 Applicant Tracking Systems out there (a.k.a. scanning systems that detect keywords from resumes and job applications to help employers find the right match for a position). However, less than five are typically used to determine who will be able to view your resume.
As a job seeker, it’s important to understand how these systems work and what can be done to ensure you don’t fall “under the radar”. Fred Coon, SC&C CEO, speaks with Robin Schlinger, Certified Resume Writer and Career Coach, on this very topic.
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About the Guest
Robin Schlinger started Robin’s Resumes in 2006 with a mission and passion to help individuals in their careers. As a recognized resume writing business leader, she regularly speaks to job seekers and industry professionals on Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS), Federal resumes, resume writing, LinkedIn profiles, and successful job search strategies.
Connect with Robin via LinkedIn.
Stewart, Cooper & Coon offers Human Capital Strategy Services to both individuals and corporations. Our staff is dedicated to our clients’ success via innovative job search processes, employment management strategies, and state-of-the-art technologies. Contact Fred Coon – 866-883-4200, Ext. 200