About Aaron Schwartz

Aaron Schwartz

À titre de gestionnaire principal de l’équipe de perspectives sur les employeurs (Employer Insights) d’Indeed, Aaron Schwartz supervise une équipe nationale d’évangélistes de recrutement qui combinent des données de la plateforme avec l’analyse de tendances dans l’industrie pour partager l’histoire d’Indeed et donner vie à la valeur des programmes et solutions de l’entreprise. Étant lui-même un évangéliste, il a aidé des centaines d’employeurs à optimiser leurs solutions de recrutement et à effectuer des embauches clés dont ils avaient besoin pour faire croître leur entreprise. Aaron fut un membre distingué et primé du Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship à la Maryland University et s aussi été sergent dans les forces armées d’Israël.

Recent Articles by Aaron

The Art of Saying “No”: How to Let Candidates Know They Haven’t Got the Job

How to reject candidates for the job

Hiring the right staff is one of the most important things your business can do. But how you go about turning down candidates is also crucial.  After all, most companies reject far more people than they hire and in today’s interconnected world people can share their experiences more easily than ever.

This means that word about the type of candidate …

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Underrated Interview Questions: Why Ask Them and What the Answers Can Tell You

underrated interview questions to ask

So you’ve carefully combed through the resumes, paying special mind to the sometimes subtle clues that identify people with real potential. You’ve done all your interview prep, and you’re finally ready to start the in-person interviews.

This could be your last chance to get to know a candidate better before you make the hire. You need to learn as …

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A Game Plan for Interviewing: Essential Tips to Help You Prepare for Meeting with Candidates

Interviewing a candidate

So you’ve gone through all the resumes and identified the candidates who have the skills, attitude and aptitude mojo your business needs, and now it’s time to move on to the next phase of the hiring process—the interview.

Interviews are important when it comes to testing the impressions you got from the candidate’s resume, and can provide you with a …

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