Anyone who has started a new job has probably received an important document in his or her orientation or onboarding packet: The organizational chart.
Organizational charts reveal the overall structure of the company, showing who reports to who, who is responsible for what, and generally establishing the pecking order for the company. Usually, the owner or CEO is at the top, with some vice presidents or senior managers under him or her, midlevel managers under them, and so…Continue
Added by Rob Morgan on December 9, 2014 at 11:08am — No Comments
Selecting an ideal candidate for any job opening is a difficult task. One of the biggest mistakes you can make managing a company is hiring inappropriate employees. A bad employee is always a burden, he or she will waste resources of your company, and most likely you will have to spend your time and effort again looking for a new employee. A good employee will eventually increase profits…Continue
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It’s nice to have values that you could put on a billboard –the ones that make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. However, are they the values that are going to help you hit your numbers this quarter, attract talent and keep your existing talent? The right set of values should be that beautiful combination of awesome brand meets performance machine.
This is easy to…Continue
Who knows job seekers better than GlassDoor? Their research provides regular resources for recruiters looking for insights into the job seeker’s mind. They conducted a 2013 study and revealed the top 7…Continue
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We’ll cut right to the chase; yes, it does matter what has been posted about your company on Glassdoor. With over 6 million company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, office photos and more, this transparent career…Continue
On Wednesday, the big news at Talent Connect was that LinkedIn had gone mobile. But mobile access wasn't the only upgrade that LinkedIn's Recruiter product received, although this one received very little fanfare: recruiters who occupy a LinkedIn Recruiter seat can now post status updates directly onto…Continue
Rand Fishkin, CEO of SEOmoz gives it to us straight in his post, “What Company Culture IS and IS NOT.” There are thousands of articles, posts, chats and updates having recruiters and hiring managers in a mental…Continue
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Big companies want to hire top-notch talent by reducing cost, so they go after H1 candidates. It's good deal for those companies as they utilize low cost talent and get more work done but it is not good spot for H1 candidates. Here are some reasons.
Many companies give offer letter by stating…Continue
Added by Bakul Brahmbhatt on September 30, 2013 at 11:30pm — No Comments
As a staffing company, IT Accel caters to different sized businesses, and our network of talent has different needs as well. Thinking about those two facts, we always focus on gathering pertinent information from both parties to try to create a perfect match that will ultimately lead to the most successful and mutually beneficial work relationship. …Continue
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Oh, c’mon! Go ahead! Take a crack at it! It’s really not that intimidating. A couple tweets here, a couple tweets there; aContinue
Employee engagement is essential in the workplace as it not only ensures the happiness of employees but has also been proven to increase productivity by 69% and decrease turnover by 14.9%. Its impact upon…Continue
Added by Laura Purt on January 10, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments
A coworker of mine absolutely detests the phrase, "Recruiting is a lot like dating." She says it's cliche and trite; and she is right. The problem, though, with cliches and all things trite, is that they are true.
Why is bears repeating that Recruiting is a lot like Dating:
Most recruiters, corporate and third party alike have discovered that a candidate’s acceptance does not automatically translate to their start. Many events may occur to prevent the candidate’s transition to employee, particularly if they need to relocate.
Therefore it is important to keep in contact through the period between their acceptance and their start. It is also good for the hiring manager to communicate their excitement that the candidate is joining their team. …Continue
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After you’ve identified your company’s Customer Value Proposition (CVP), and understand the difference between how potential candidates perceive your company and what you want them to think, it’s important to take charge and implement your employer branding plan.
Amongst all of your branding elements lies the idea of generating employment buzz. This motivates your employees to share their enviable work experiences with their…Continue
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