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A Digital Guide to Bayard Terms

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A jobseeker that is searching for open roles.

Artificial Intelligence in recruitment helps to speed up the application process and improve the candidate experience.

A secure destination for recruiters to process job applications.


The tangible and intangible things that an employer offers in return for an employee’s work.


A person who applies for or is referred for a job.

How an applicant feels when moving through your organization’s hiring process.

A semi-fictional representation of your ideal job candidate.

Company culture is a shared set of workplace beliefs, values, attitudes, standards, behaviors, and purpose.


Using a mix of labor market and campaign data to drive qualified candidates to the right jobs.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

An inclusive approach to recruitment from marketing to hire and beyond.


A work-based intervention program designed to assist employees in resolving personal problems.

The act of keeping employees at your company.

A companies outward message about who they are and what makes them an attractive place to work.

Employer Value Experience. Not just the value offered but how employees experience that value in the workplace.

The unique set of benefits that an employee receives in return for the skills, capabilities, and experience they bring to a company.


The use of GPS or RFID technology to create a virtual geographic boundary, enabling software to trigger a response when a device enters or leaves an area.


A system that is used to collect and store data on an organization’s employees.


A person whose job is to enlist or enroll people as employees via a process that includes screening and interviewing.


A website used by employers to advertise their job vacancies to job seekers.


The action or process of integrating a new employee into an organization.


A person that has not applied for an open position and are not actively searching for a new job.

The use of automated technology and manual bidding for media buying.


A person whose job is to enlist or enroll people as employees via a process that includes screening and interviewing.

Technology that establishes automatic workflows for what would normally be manual recruiting or HR activities.

A strategy or approach to attracting and engaging talent that fits persona or profile of someone your company would like to hire.

The process by which a business outsources part or all of its recruitment function to an external partner.


The process of identifying organizational staffing needs, recruiting qualified candidates and selecting the candidates best suited for the available positions.

A strategy to build relationships with candidates by interacting with them in a meaningful and personalized way.


A group session where companies collect resumes and perform both group and individual interviews online.