Any information you provide is confidential and will only be viewed by our recruiters in an effort to fill open positions. I need a human to actually read what I'm sending them so that I might not be judged only on my gap. I know why systems buy it but it's getting in the way of talent and their jobs. Even when the user deletes the profile. Course from Taleo's side, this is what it was designed for. If you don't agree with my advice, or if you have better advice, please correct me, I'd like to know. In some instances Temple Health may utilize the services of third parties in our business and may also receive personal information collected by those third parties in the course of the performance of their services for us or otherwise.
Click to view our U. In this way, I still have to add a field here or there when I apply, but I no longer have to face the bowl of spaghetti that Taleo turns my life into unless I speak it's language. With a gap this big, I think I'm automatically disqualified anyway. The other two options were logging in using my or yahoo account? This Privacy Statement was last reviewed on May 15, 2017. And now, the perfect candidate will sit back and wait for his perfect, tidy rejection email. In some instances, such parties may also provide certain information technology services to us so that we may operate our business. I'm assuming if the company you're applying to has an older version of Taleo which is the case with many companies, even the big guys you have to manually enter everything.
Interesting, anytime a new opens it's doors Yellowbook gets notified. Anyway, it was a breeze submitting this Taleo application since it unbelievably had all of my information correct from the previous submissions. And now, the perfect candidate will sit back and wait for his perfect, tidy rejection email. Nowhere do they ask for region and , until you hit submit and it rejects you. Being that I am over 50, I would bet money that it does. I am over 50 and I know that Taleo probably flags this as a No Hire situation, so I don't bother. If you're going to blacklist people, why torment them by encouraging them to repeatedly apply for jobs when they'll only be presented with an endless supply of quickie rejection emails?? This Privacy Statement describes the personal information that Temple Health collects from or about you, and how we use and to whom we disclose that information.
It has taken that so maybe, if your gaps are due to school, jail time, whatever, use it. Even when the user deletes the profile. Click to view our U. No, if you think you are their Purple Squirrel candidate, go ahead and apply via Taleo. I know recruiters hate these systems, any time you can avoid them by making human connections with decision makers is a win. Hiring those who served The skills our veterans gain in the military are a great asset in the workplace.
I am happy I came across this forum. Champions of Chase Chase has thousands of outstanding employees who work hard to deliver great customer experiences. If there's a machine that eliminates me, so be it. This Privacy Statement describes the personal information that Temple Health collects from or about you, and how we use and to whom we disclose that information. Nowhere do they ask for region and , until you hit submit and it rejects you.
They want you to back out and go to the next slave opportunity. I thought they were sending those at 11pm, 12am and through the morning hours because they are such hard workers and were very committed about finding the right candidate for the job. It simply makes me not want to apply for the job. It's just painful to work with. I obviously changed the email in the second application I submitted a year ago due to Taleo's funky user name, password and email issues.
If they don't think that your skills match their criteria which isn't the same as matching their needs - and I don't want to get started on that , you are going to get rejected at some point, and does it really matter if it was by a person or a program? We train our workforce in the proper handling of personal information. It helps if your father is a Congressman. I wonder if Taleo doesn't screen out mature workers. Bluetea in Texas said: And? Please review its website terms, privacy and security policies to see how they apply to you. Half the questions had over 200 characters in them; the field to enter the answers accepted 75 characters. I guess although I've had progressively more responsible jobs with 3 Fortune 100 companies, those couple of gaps in employment after layoffs 10+ years ago just were too big of a risk for this particular company. So I had to use my secondary email account, which I rarely use.
Then, you have to use a new email and go through the whole rigamarole again. I've had occasion in the past to not bother submitting a Taleo application because I'd previously registered and it refused to take my email, user name or password. I have to say I live in a city about 30 miles away from where I actually live. If you don't answer the question, that is as far as it goes. I would guess that any of the online application software systems can be set up to screen out people over a certain age. I've had occasion in the past to not bother submitting a Taleo application because I'd previously registered and it refused to take my email, user name or password.
Why Do We Collect Personal Information? I never knew Taleo was the reason I didn't hear back from a number of what I considered to be a potential employers. Anyway the following week I got an email to pick a time slot for the phone interview. In addition, the personal information may have been destroyed, erased or made anonymous in accordance with our record retention obligations and practices. As a general rule, Temple Health collects personal information directly from you. As a general rule, Temple Health collects personal information directly from you. This appears to be how this company uses it: 1. If you don't answer the question, that is as far as it goes.