Ericka Diaz de Morales
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What is the most challenging job that you have done?

Started Apr 12, 2012 0 Replies

If you are one of those executive types unhappy at your present post and embarking on  finding a new job, just remember that the  job interview is considered to be the most critical aspect of every…Continue

Talent Development

Started Dec 15, 2010 0 Replies

As part of a retention strategy for talent, a proactive performance improvement programme or to build employment branding, career coaching can be a key to contribute the employee engagement,…Continue

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Matt Charney liked Ericka Diaz de Morales's blog post Personal Brand
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Personal Brand

“When employees really focus on who they are, who they aspire to be, and the changes they need to make, they stand out – because so many people don’t,” by Lisa OrrelReading "Your Employee Brand is in your hands" I understood why so many people don’t act consistently.They don’t really know where they’re going when they are looking for a job, and as recruiters its important identify and attract this kind of employees.First you need to know who this people are.. This are the employees that are…See More
Jun 10
Ericka Diaz de Morales commented on Ericka Diaz de Morales's blog post 'How Long You Should Stay At Your Job?'
"Keith, is common in Central America (where I leave) the employees remaining years in the same job, my article is directed largely to Latinos who are very attached to their vacancies. Overall my article based on a study that indicates that every 4 or…"
Jun 6
Keith Halperin commented on Ericka Diaz de Morales's blog post 'How Long You Should Stay At Your Job?'
"Thanks, Ericka. 4.6 years? That seems long for the Bay Area where I am. Q: How Long You Should Stay At Your Job? A: Unleash your "Inner CXO": As long as it takes to get as much money, benies, experience, training, contacts, etc. as you can…"
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How Long You Should Stay At Your Job?

Not sure how long you should stay at your job, even if you don't like it, because it might impact your future employment options? As recruiters, we believe that the single biggest obstacle for an unemployed candidate in regaining employment is having a history of job hopping or leaving a company before they have been at a company…See More
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Global Compensations Practices

Compensation plays an important role in global, complex organizations, is used to differentiate an organization from its competitors, to drive performance of the organization during economic downturns, compensation’s role will continue to evolve and expand.Some Global Compensation Practices reveals that companies are evenly split between a centralized and decentralized approach to their companies’ global compensation structure.For those respondents with a centralized compensation structure, the…See More
Apr 13, 2012
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What is the most challenging job that you have done?

If you are one of those executive types unhappy at your present post and embarking on  finding a new job, just remember that the  job interview is considered to be the most critical aspect of every expedition that brings you face-to- face with the future boss. One must prepare for it with the same tenacity and quickness as one does for a fencing tournament or a chess match. So, what will you answer to this tipically question : What is the most challenging job that you have done?See More
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Talent Development

As part of a retention strategy for talent, a proactive performance improvement programme or to build employment branding, career coaching can be a key to contribute the employee engagement, succession planning or personal and career development.Its very important to build programmes that allows employees to achieve desired business outcomes including online assessment tool or coaching sessions.I belived this kind of initiative help with the development of a Coaching and performance culture…See More
Dec 15, 2010

Profile Information

Name
Ericka
Job Title
Human Resources Specialist
Company
Human Resources Training Center El Salvador
Which best describes your profession?
Consultant
How many years have you been in the business?
2-4 years
Which industries do you work in now?
All Industries
How many employees in your company?
<10
Website
http://www.hhrtc.com
LinkedIn Profile
http://sv.linkedin.com/pub/ericka-de-morales/20/4a8/62
Facebook Profile
http://hrtc El Salvador

Ericka Diaz de Morales's Blog

Personal Brand

Posted on June 10, 2014 at 1:03pm 0 Comments

“When employees really focus on who they are, who they aspire to be, and the changes they need to make, they stand out – because so many people don’t,” by Lisa Orrel

Reading "Your Employee Brand is in your hands" I understood why so many people don’t act consistently.

They don’t really know where they’re going when they are looking for a job, and as recruiters its important identify and attract this kind of employees.

First…

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People leave managers, not jobs or employers

Posted on June 4, 2014 at 12:24pm 0 Comments

Some Managers need to learn the most important lesson of their professional life: 'People don't leave their jobs, they leave certain kind of managers'.

Good managers are people you keep in touch with even after you leave a position. Bad managers are people you keep track of so you can avoid them in future. If employees don’t get along with their managers, don’t like them or don’t respect them, they will leave a company despite a high salary or great benefits. 

Mary Kay Ash, the…

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Certain kind of candidates.. we will probably not hired..

Posted on June 4, 2014 at 11:58am 0 Comments

There are certain kinds of candidates that I will probably not hired, those who aren't serious about their job search stand out… and not in a good way. Here some examples of this kind of Candidates:

As a Recruiter we do expect, that a candidate would at least know the company name and visited the website. You wont believed how many candidates are not able to provide company information during an interview. If the candidate doesn't take time to browse the company website, it…

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How Long You Should Stay At Your Job?

Posted on June 3, 2014 at 6:00pm 2 Comments

Not sure how long you should stay at your job, even if you don't like it, because it might impact your future employment options? 

As recruiters, we believe that the single biggest obstacle for an unemployed candidate in regaining employment is having a history of job hopping or leaving a company before they have…

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