According to the survey in 2018, 97% of recruiters corroborated that being culturally fit is an essential part of recruiting process, and one reason for this is that there is always a tendency to hire for the long term. It’s hard to assess culture from the outside and most companies are not good at describing their own nature. (How do fish describe water?)
The importance of technology motivated managers to use modern influential strategies to improve their branding in the contemporary world. Nonetheless, it is controversial how can managers create an acceptable organizational culture, decline the marketing costs and recruit high talented staff?
Working from the house’s comfort or private rental space has always been around, a working ritual many have adapted. Even with all its perks, it wasn’t always sunshine and lollipops, and at times I found myself in a love-hate situation. Here are some remote work hacks that I and my kind found most essential for those who want or have to leave their offices and set up camp in their own private quarters.
Productivity is often defined as the efficiency of a product, service, or employee. Managers can measure the productivity of recruiters with 360-degree feedback, time tracking, or productivity output calculations. It is essential to calculate the productivity...
If you are reading this, you probably spent hours figuring out dos and don'ts on how to get the best out of LinkedIn in your recruiting process. Here I tried to break down the Why, What, and How to use LinkedIn properly in hiring. Read more about how you can recruit on Linkedin using QPage.
A Census data by HBR shows that the majority of talents who hopped on the new job in 2018 were not even searching for one! Recruiters and hiring managers obsessively pile up resumes in their recruiting pipeline believing this is a total number game. 93% of companies using LinkedIn mostly stalking candidate's profiles to source...
Here, we’ll go over some of the best most-rewarding rackety strategies aka "Cheat Sheet" every recruiter is taking advantage of to increase hiring efficiency in their related fields.1. Go for the long-term approachTry to look at the hiring process as a marketer who’s thrashing out for the best-buy...
First, go ahead and read the job description, and afterward, invest some time into getting to know the applicant through their profile within your modern autonomous recruiting software and write those questions down into your auto-scheduled interview machine to remind you within your session. While this might take a few minutes of your precious time, in the end, however, it pays off handsomely. By taking this route, you set the process for an overly tasty and productive ending where both you and the interviewee feel relaxed, calm, appreciated, and eager for the next meeting. This also helps you build trust with the newcomer and quickly sell them to your organization and goals.
However, as new times come to the present, people become more open to new and exciting technologies. For the last decade, chatbots have been gaining a massive fan base among the HR teams and applicants. Once washed-up procedures that bore applicants to death had shapeshifted into an engaging and streamlined process where no one felt left out. Back in the stone Age, nearly 65% of jobseekers reported never hearing from the recruiting team regarding their application forms. Wandering blind-sided for weeks at times not only further pushed away potential talents from companies but also shattered the organizations’ good images and brand outreach.
Despite all the difficulties, most have succeeded in doing so, forming a new wave. By doing so, they’ve turned remote-working into a rather serious medium that will most probably be practiced even after the crisis ends. The following is a list of 5 remote work trends for 2020 that may continue to exist for a long time afterward, or maybe even forever.
The real nature of a corporation, an enterprise, or a Startup resembles a small business society. Consequently, an entrepreneur or executive will be successful only if he pays attention to this very principle of non-discrimination in his startup company and does not repeat the mistakes of some politicians in his entrepreneurial activities.
How to choose a proper Candidate Sourcing Tactic? There is none in short!!! There isn’t one recruitment tactic that fits all and, as such, there are various possible choices in front of a recruiter who is looking for talents to absorb. Read this to get to know the latest hacks in sourcing candidates.
As Kim Stewart, SVP and director of talent management for First Citizens Bank put it: “An organization’s strength is determined largely by the quality of its talent,” said Kim Stewart. In a competitive hiring environment, the way to attract great talent is by providing an influential organizational culture and opportunities for people to grow.”Studies have shown that roughly half of a company’s employees are under the impression that they have landed a long-term job and career working in their current position. For most of them, the work spills the feeling of a short run! The genuinely crazy statistics show indicates that of the other half, 32% have put down their feet to leave their jobs by the end of 2020.
Normally, an appropriate candidate for a position will be energetic. This means, in the case of finding candidates who are passive about the prospect, then quickly eliminate them from the competition. Hiring is all about finding the one that has a high degree of compatibility with your values, abilities, and requirements. Meanwhile, don’t eliminate characters who don’t have all the required abilities because it’s not that hard to learn and, with the right level of excitement, even someone with a lack of proper evaluations can be molded into the ideal person. The step-by-step path below will help put you in the correct outlook:
The hiring team always aims for the best candidates possible. And, while that’s truly what every manager and company wishes for, the walls of biased thinking and stereotyping can halt the whole thing with a loud bang! Most of the time, many leaders fail or don’t want to seek the roots of recruitment bias phobia because of the threat of its backlashing on them. Even so, successfully finding the reasons won’t always end in completely removing the idea stuck in some people’s minds. With all that said, having a diverse workforce boosts the reputation of the company and promotes its atmosphere as a space where everybody, regardless of their heritage and background, can thrive and improve. So, we have gathered a list of ways to reduce recruitment bias.
A vast portion of the company’s finances goes to HR, almost a third, and not having an unobstructed view on how to spend that money can prove catastrophic for both the company and the hiring team. We will mark out the key points in efficient recruiting metrics and go into details on those where you need to focus more.
MBDA pointed out an eye-opening and shocking fact about startups. The total cost of a newborn company to even stay relevant in its respective industry flies somewhere in the neighborhood of $30,000. That is truly something to give some nightmares in the night when they’re dreaming about their showdown in Silicon Valley and put off the whole idea. This gigantic load of finances, though, only applies to small-sized indie companies and not the big apples. The numbers take a surprisingly steep dip when it comes to balancing the sheets in a multi-branch international organization that has thousands of employees under its wings, tons of responsibilities, incoming and outgoing products, and materials, operational costs, and office-leasing fees.
The wave of the uncertainty of the exact time getting back to work and making money is slowly spreading virally through families withdrawn from their sedentary lives to a stay-at-home government-issue lockdown. Although the event of having a lot of free time has enlightened people with incredible and sometimes odd of-the-top creativity to show off in social media, the awful feeling of not making an income for the god-knows amount of time has maliciously festered in the minds of the jobless people living in this era.
Despite the endless benefits of remote working, staying in one place without any change-of-scenery and other coworkers to exchange words with can be enough to push some people over the edge. But how someone tames the harmful effects of being a digital nomad and still keeps the flow going? Here are some tricks of the trade to help you overcome the difficulties:
COVID-19 outbreak is deadly for both humankind and the ecosystem to some extent, though I am not a scientist nor a researcher to tell what scientific facts around the case are. The only thing is to wash your hands and stay at home.
If you are responding yes to these questions, your company is possibly suffering from low team morale. More than simply a passing bad mood, low morale stems from a waning sense of job satisfaction and can be because of any number of factors—great pressure from management, a round of lay-offs, an especially miserable client, and others. Here are some points to improve the team morale of your team in the workplace.
The following questions aim to verify what is on a candidate’s resume. Resumes can be ambiguous and titles may have different meanings at different firms so better to check an individual’s experience level and skills.
Professor Geert Hofstede, the intellectual responsible for the dimension ideology, created this theory in 1980 after a decade of studies, aims his method to determine the dimensions in which cultures wary. Since the introduction, Hofstede’s Six-Dimensional Theory has become a milestone in understanding how cultural differences affect the working atmosphere. At first, the theory consisted of four dimensions, but later on, and after studying IBM staff in over 50 countries, he defined the fifth and sixth dimensions that give us clear insight into how culture reshapes the workspace. Here are the six dimensions:
Hiring the right employee for the company is a bit challenging process. Finding the right person can result in a productive and successful employment relationship and a positive impact on your work environment. On the other hand, hiring the wrong employee not only will waste your time and resources, but also is toxic to the company environment. Read more about the tips in conducting an effective interview.