Omer Molad

Co-founder and CEO of Vervoe. Omer has worked with more than 4,000 companies over the last few years to help them hire top candidates based on merit rather than how good they look on paper.

Write Powerful Job Postings to Attract the Best Candidates

No matter how great your company’s interview process is or how detailed your screening process may be, none of your recruitment efforts will matter unless you can attract the best candidates. Hiring managers need to not only know what they’re looking for in a candidate, but also understand how to find the workers with the skills …

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There’s a Better Way to Find the Best Candidate for a Job

Whenever the time comes to recruit new team members, companies tend to fall back on the same processes they’ve long relied on. After all, change is inevitably accompanied by risk, and few hiring managers are willing to try a new methodology with an unproven effect on their business. However, as technology evolves, so too does …

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Resume Weaknesses: Why Resumes Are a Terrible Hiring Tool

Hiring great people means finding great resumes, right? Nope. Resume-writing is a skill in its own right, not a measure of any specific skills relevant to your job. Hiring — especially hiring for startups — should focus on the specific skill set and competencies a prospective employee brings to the job. Anyone can itemize a …

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In-Person Interviews are Massively Overrated

In-person interviews are considered a mandatory step in the hiring process today. Traditionalists argue that meeting someone in-person is the best way to assess whether a candidate is the right choice for a job — but it’s no longer the only way. In recent years, in-person interviews have become completely optional. Newer and more effective …

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Automation Marks the Future of Job Interviews

Hiring is due for a shake up. For too many years, recruiting and hiring have followed the same tedious process: source candidates, review resumes, screen candidates on the phone, conduct in-person interviews and then — hopefully — hire the best person. With the exception of the adoption of Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS), hiring hasn’t seen huge advances …

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