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4 MIN READ As a recruiter, you are constantly looking for various ways to improve your organization’s hiring process. Whether it’s expediting your recruitment process, trying out new hiring techniques, or improving the quality of your hires, you’re always open to new ideas. You might have even tried different trends that will help you find the most qualified
4 MIN READ Your company’s recruitment process has been designed to be as thorough as possible to ensure that you only hire highly qualified individuals for your organization. It includes the necessary steps in assessing applicants, such as pre-screening and interviews, to eliminate unqualified applicants efficiently. However, there are additional assessments you can conduct to ensure the quality
3 MIN READ Nowadays, most of the people applying for entry- to mid-level jobs belong to the millennial generation. They also make up the majority of the workforce, so you might encounter them when they apply for a position in your company. Stereotypically, millennial workers are known to be job-hoppers. This means most recruiters know that they will
4 MIN READ As a recruitment specialist, one of your main goals is to find the most qualified applicant to hire for your company. To achieve this, you carefully screen candidates’ resumes and conduct various interviews. These steps allow you to learn more about an applicant and assess whether they will be a good fit for the job.
3 MIN READ As a recruitment professional, you must be keen on assessing candidates’ skills before hiring them. This includes measuring applicants’ hard and soft skills. Although you can easily evaluate an individual’s hard skills by screening their resume and interviewing them, the same cannot be said for soft skills. To fully gauge an applicant’s skillset, it’s best
3 MIN READ Recruiting employees requires you to screen applicants and assess if they have the hard and soft skills required for the open position in your organization. Although you can determine if an applicant is qualified for a job by reviewing their resume and interviewing them, you still need to provide them with additional assessments. Doing so
4 MIN READ Nowadays, almost everything can be done online. Most people do their shopping, attend meetings, and watch movies on the internet without leaving their homes. The same goes for recruitment. As technology progresses, recruiters are migrating into the digital world and choosing online recruitment. Today, sourcing, screening, assessing, and other recruitment services can be done in
4 MIN READ Hiring entry-level employees require you to learn how to hire millennials and Gen Z candidates. Since most of the entry-level workforce comprises individuals from the younger generation, you should know how to interact with them and entice them to become a part of your organization. Common Problems to Encounter on Background Checks When doing background
6 MIN READ Hiring entry-level employees require you to learn how to hire millennials and Gen Z candidates. Since most of the entry-level workforce comprises individuals from the younger generation, you should know how to interact with them and entice them to become a part of your organization. Why Need a Different Approach When Hiring Entry-Level Employees Today?
6 MIN READ The retail industry is a competitive one. This is supported by the fact that the industry has persisted even as eCommerce has risen and gained popularity over the recent years. Nowadays, you can still see physical stores thriving everywhere. In fact, they still make up 90% of total retail sales even when put up against
6 MIN READ Do your employees trust your company, particularly your HR team? There’s a valid reason they should – after all, building trust in the workplace is at the root of a successful relationship between a company and its employees. The most thriving workplace cultures are ones where employees work with a sense of purpose and are
6 MIN READ Millennials and Gen Z employees are now the youngest generations in the workforce and are slowly taking over with over 50% of the global work force belonging to the millennial group. This means that companies are now starting to focus on recruiting Millennials and Gen Z employees. These younger generations were raised in a different