Finding entry-level jobs is seemingly the most daunting activity for a fresh graduate. Armed with a degree, mostly theoretical knowledge and measured practical experience that in most real-life situations count for nothing. More to fret about if you took a gap year or more to explore other interests, now you feel like fish in fresh waters who’s lingered in the shallow end for far too long. All the more reason to dive in the deep, dark and frightful waters quickly but you’re unaware.
I’ll be honest, it’s been a while since I attended a recruiting event as a candidate. But I still vividly remember what I hated about those events.
Here’s the short list:
- Walking into the expo hall and not knowing where the heck to go, who to talk to, or what each employer was looking for. I was a journalism major, so I was rarely high on anyone’s list and the brands everyone knew were always crowded.
More information: http://blog.smashfly.com/2018/02/28/how-to-promote-recruiting-events/
Recruiting employees for an organization is not an easy task at all. It involves a lot of strategies, hard work, and experience to hire people to make an organization big. One must always know that the recruiting process does not always turn out to be a success, and there are a few cases that turn out to be a failure.
The companies cannot accept this, and these let the organizations down, and lead them towards the path of loss.
In the last segment of our female recruitment panel, we focus on the topic of empowerment. Specifically asking; How can we continue to allow women to flourish, develop and improve as recruiters?
Read on to find out why flexibility, networking, development, support, and environment are key within this:
More information: https://theundercoverrecruiter.com/empower-women-in-recruiting/
This is part three of a three-part series exploring the future of work and what true diversity can mean for you, the organisations you work in and society at large. Click here to read part one.
Let’s take you back roughly fifty to sixty years. It is the mid-19th century. The Ivy-League colleges in the USA have become a thing. (For those that don’t know the USA context, the Ivy-League refers to a group of prestigious universities which are often associated with academic excellence and social elitism)
More information: https://weirdlyhub.com/brick-wall-education-diverse-workforce/
No matter how sophisticated your chosen recruitment technology may be and whatever recruitment agency you may be working alongside, you can’t change human nature.
This has understandably led to many employers stereotyping certain age groups as all being a certain way – and it seems that Millennials have been among the greatest victims of this phenomenon.
A well-prepared and comprehensive induction program helps staff quickly understand the responsibilities of their new role and your expectations of them.
You should provide information to a new worker at a rate that allows them to understand it properly. Explain what the business does and how they fit in.