After Moving through hundreds of cover letters and resumes, Then it May be Hard recruiters to be attentive at all moments. Otherwise, you may become impersonal, irritated, and even slightly rude towards the applicants. This doesn’t only signify awful on you personally but upon your company also. In the worst circumstance scenario, it can lead to you not finding the perfect candidate for your own project.
Hiring the top talent out there to work on the startup that you have going can be daunting. You have to find the best people for the positions you need to fill. When you make a wrong choice, this could mean bad results for your company. Use these top 7 tips for choosing the best talent to work within your startup and see your company prosper. You may be surprised to find that the best talent is awaiting you in the long run.
There are numerous recruitment agencies at war with each other to get more business and increase placements. With the ever-widening talent gap, it is an uphill task for a hiring manager to go through exhaustive process of resume screening, initial rounds of interviewing and ultimately placing the right candidate. Hence, organizations choose to go with a third-party recruitment agency.
More information: http://www.superiorgroup.in/howtochoosearecruitmentagency/
Ever attended a networking event, been introduced to a stranger or stood in an elevator and been asked, “Where do you work?” or “What do you do?” Great! It’s in situations like these that you need a short, easy to understand synopsis of your recruitment business that sparks their interest and leaves them wanting to know more.
Every human resources department or staffing agency is dedicated to attracting the best possible people, putting them in the roles that match their unique skills and experience. In a survey conducted by HR Daily Advisor, approximately 58 percent of respondents reported their organizations had a recruitment strategy in place, whether in the form of a written document or an established cultural practice.
Tech companies and corporate culture – do they mix? Uber, Google, Amazon seem to have a few issues.
We decided to speak with Jennifer Johnston who is the Head of Global Employer Branding & Recruitment Marketing at Salesforce.
Have a listen below and be sure to subscribe to the Employer Branding Podcast.
In this episode you’ll learn:
More information: http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/salesforce-ohana-culture/
Swedish telecoms giant Ericsson is 140 years old, and guess what? They’re struggling to stay cool and attractive to millennial tech talent – you may have heard of this challenge before.
Have a listen to this interview Lisa Smith-Strother to learn how they work to overcome it. And be sure to subscribe to the Employer Branding Podcast.
More information: http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/ericsson-attracts-tech-talent/
With a growing demand for healthcare providers, finding the best candidates in the field has become a major challenge, especially when you consider the fierce competition in the healthcare sector. Recruiting experienced and qualified healthcare professionals requires the application of well-developed recruitment strategies that will facilitate the entire hiring process.
You’re a Recruiter. Or so your LinkedIn profile states…
But we both know that you’re so much more than that.
Being a Recruitment Consultant today, or to be a good one anyway, means that you must master many skills and wear many hats; employment coach, counsellor, copywriter, blogger, business development consultant, key account manager, researcher, CV writer, marketing consultant … the list goes on and on…
Let’s talk about Slack. Do you use it? Do you know what it is? Basically it’s a great tool for allowing people to communicate within organisations. It’s a lot more than just instant messaging though – did you realise it can also be used for recruiting? I know, right?
More information: http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/recruit-using-slack/