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Voice Glance LLC – an Emerging Growth Tech Company has been included as a Tech Company To Watch at the 2015 Innovation Summit by Connecticut Innovations

Mystic, CT (October 23, 2015) – The Connecticut Technology Council has announced this year’s Tech Companies To Watch to participate in the 9th annual Innovation Summit. VoiceGlance will be honored and presented to the technology community as most likely to grow in subsequent years. The 2015 Innovation Summit will run from 10am to 5pm at the Connecticut Convention Center on Tuesday, November 10. The annual event, presented by the Connecticut Technology Council, the Angel Investor Forum, BEACON, Connecticut Innovations, Crossroads Venture Group, and CURE, provides entrepreneurs, angels, venture investors, corporate business development executives, local talent, and business service providers an …Read more »

Voice Glance LLC Taking Applications at the VET Rock Career Fair Presented by Mohegan Sun

Mystic, CT (October 21, 2015) – Voice Glance Staffing announced today that the company will be taking applications and resumes from Veterans at the ‘Hiring for Heroes’ Career Fair at Mohegan Sun Casino & Resort in Uncasville, CT. Hiring for Heroes Career Fair session is scheduled from 10:30am to 5:00 pm in Ballroom B on Wednesday, November, 11, 2015. VETS ROCK, a day long event hosted by Mohegan Sun, will begin with career workshops and culminate with a live concert at 7:00pm at the Mohegan Sun Arena. The event benefitting Til Duty is Done & in partnership with News 8 …Read more »

VoiceGlance Releases Version 3.06

A new feature of VoiceGlance 3.06 is annotations, which makes our transcribed interview responses faster to browse through. Credit: VoiceGlance

Mystic, CT: As part of our continued efforts to consistently improve client and candidate experience, the newest version VoiceGlance went live Monday, Sept. 29 at approximately 6 a.m. EST. The new version allows clients to easily customize VoiceGlance to both assure a great experience for their applicants and reinforce their own employer brand. Additionally, the new build comes with improved candidate analytics and advanced filtering and sorting functionality so clients can quickly ascertain the strengths and weaknesses of each applicant and narrow down to the ones that best meet their needs. Specifically, our system now fully supports and encourages clients …Read more »

VoiceGlance Featured On Mobile Recruiting Talk Radio

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This month, VoiceGlance appeared on Mobile Recruiting (MREC) Talk Radio as a featured guest of the program. On the show, MREC Host Michael Marlatt interviewed VoiceGlance Vice President of Sales Bill Palifka. Palifka explained how VoiceGlance streamlines the hiring process through its unique process of transcription and data analysis. MREC Talk Radio is one of the most influential Internet radio shows in the recruiting space, with a focus on mobile recruiting and recruiting innovations. Marlatt is a recruiter with more than 16 years of experience who has worked with companies like Amazon and Microsoft. Palifka has more than 10 years’ …Read more »

VoiceGlance Featured In Prominent Local Newspaper The Day

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  In March, VoiceGlance was featured on the front page of the business section in its local newspaper, New London’s The Day. The article explained the trouble organizations have today sorting through ever-expanding applicant pools and how VoiceGlance provides a solution. It also discussed VoiceGlance’s focus on eliminating the bias in the hiring process and leveling the playing field for all job applicants. “It gives every candidate a voice,” the article quoted VoiceGlance Manager Kevin Scanlon as saying. “It gives everyone a shot.” Click here to read the entire article.

VoiceGlance – A Leader In Interviewing Software

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VoiceGlance, a Connecticut company, is a leader in interviewing software thanks to its unique voice-to-text capabilities. VoiceGlance is the only interviewing software on the market of its kind. VoiceGlance’s software allows hiring teams to build a phone-screening interview and send it out to an unlimited amount of candidates. The answers are then recorded and transcribed and emailed back to the hiring team, allowing for objective and collaborative assessments. To learn more about this interviewing software, watch this two-minute video. To request a free demo about VoiceGlance today, click here.

My Incredibly Simple But Ridiculously Effective Approach To Hiring

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By Bill Palifka This concept might seem simple, but it has helped me hire great people. Personally, I have found that if I like something, I don’t mind doing it. Actually, I really want to do more of it. Also, the more I do something, the better I get at it and the more success I see. However, when I don’t like something, it tends to have the opposite effect. When I don’t like something, it tends to be the last thing I do. I do it less and don’t improve at it. When people like what they do, they …Read more »

Survey Reveals 25% of Workers Searching For a New Job

Despite most people being happy with their jobs, many workers would be willing to move. Credit: Evan Bench

A recent LinkedIn survey of 18,000 full-time workers across the world revealed that a quarter of them are actively looking for a new job and 85 percent would at least be willing to talk to a recruiter. Of the 18,000 workers surveyed, 25 percent said they are looking for a new job at least a few times a week. Roughly half of those people, or 12 percent of all participants, said they are actively searching for a new job. Even most employees who aren’t actively searching for jobs could be pried away by the right opportunity. Of the 18,000 workers …Read more »

The Smart Way to Ask Stupid Interview Questions

Google used to ask brainteasers, but have since moved away from them. Credit: pixabay

To get into the University of Chicago, applicants have to write an essay based off prompts provided by the school. This year, some of the prompts include, “What’s so odd about odd numbers” and, “Were pH an expression of personality, what would be your pH and why?” These sorts of questions are typically associated with techy new-age startups. For example, at Google, candidates used to be asked questions like, “How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?” and, “How much should you charge to wash all the windows in Seattle?” Frankly, these are stupid questions. And many companies …Read more »

Are ‘Ban-The-Box’ Hiring Laws A Good Idea?

Ban-the-Box laws seek to give convicts a better chance of getting hired. Credit: Pixbay

Last week, Gov. Chris Christie signed the Opportunity to Compete Act into law, making New Jersey the 13th state in the nation to have some sort of “Ban-the-Box” statute on the books. So what are “Ban-the-Box” laws? Essentially, “Ban-the-Box” legislation prohibits employers from asking if a person has been convicted of a crime on their job applications. Instead, employers can run background checks only after at least one interview. The idea is to increase the chances of the 70 million Americans who have criminal records of getting hired. However, the law has been met with criticism, particularly by business groups. …Read more »