In practically all cases, an organization strives to identify and select the best person for the job.
Ads for open positions are overflowing with lists of requirements for experience and education in an effort to prevent those that don’t meet stated criteria from applying. Nevertheless, various statistics reveal the low ratio of qualified applicants versus immense volumes of unqualified…Continue
All employers want to find out as much as possible about prospective employees in order to see whether they will be a good fit for the vacancy and business or not. And this is perfectly understandable! But, there are certain things that employers are prohibited from asking… Candidates are protected by several rights and there is some information that they are not necessarily required to disclose to prospective employers during the interview process.
Questions that do not relate…Continue
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Google is famous for being a tough hire. According to The Washington Post, candidates are forced, during interviews, to write hundreds of lines of working code and are asked a bunch of brainteaser type questions, like "How many golf balls does it take to fill an airplane?"
It's a sort of hazing that has been running rampant throughout the tech (and other)…
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If you are in a position of interviewing a job applicant, you are by virtue of that role inferring that you believe you are justified in knowing the answer to any questions you decide to ask, relevant or not.
Recently during a twitter chat related to hiring practices I responded to another participant…Continue
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Recruitment and selection process is nothing but the organization's ability to source employees to improve the quality of its human capital and stand in the competition. This process is carried by the human resource management of that particular organization, where they target to people to get the best quality employees for their organization. There are many advantages of recruitment process.
Most of the employers or recruiters around the world find themselves in many roles while…Continue
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In today world we expect that we need to have everything in abundance, when we hope for this, it is natural that we have to have an elaborate thinking and have to accept things in a positive way, for making this possible we have to have to cultivate abundant mentality within ourselves. A mentality that is confined and limited will take you nowhere but only to a place of frustration, ego and…Continue
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Are you new to the field of business? Wondering what would it take to run your organization? Setting up a new branch in a different city? It might be a bit difficult in finding a potential employee, especially for those companies which are new to business. Unless or until any kind of special facilities are provided there won’t be much turn out. If the company…Continue
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Check out iCIMS' latest blog post from iCIMS guest blogger George Ehinger.
Stop the interviewing! Right now. Cancel any that you have your calendar, tell the candidate to leave, whatever it takes.
I mean it. Before you spend another minute interviewing you need to be sure that this critical step in your hiring process isn’t falling prey to the bias…
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There are actually many ways to get the right job, it will not even take hardly a month or so to get placed in an appropriate job, but the job which you take up needs to be rewarding and it should also be able to make you get recognized for your talent. If you really want to get a job in a simple and quick way, here are some 5 ways to help you get a job:
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You certainly wish you could snap your fingers and find the right people for your clients. Unfortunately unlike the classic TV sitcom Bewitched, you can’t just wiggle your nose and wait for talent to appear.
The skills gap has made it harder than ever to find the right people,…Continue
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Time-to-fill and its associated costs are always on the minds of recruiters and hiring managers. The longer it takes to fill a given position, the higher the costs get. Productivity goes down, jobs are impeded and it can feel like everyone is breathing down your neck. Time-to-fill becomes even more important when…Continue
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