Pros and Cons of Automated Resume Screening

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Pros and Cons of Automated Resume Screening Following is some pros and cons of automated resume screening: PRO: Time is money; so screening software is essentially more dollars in the bank. This is the primary advantage to automated screening software, and most of the time you'll have to weigh the cons against it (Sun, 2013). CON: You may overlook a diamond in the rough. Not all excellent candidates for college graduate jobs are going to proffer excellent job resumes – although most of them will. You'll just have to accept that some good fit could potentially slip through the cracks (Sun, 2013). PRO: You have quicker access to better candidates. By not wading through piles of emails from
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  • Winter '15
  • screening software, Paul W. Presley

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