Most recruiters have this perennial complaint while hiring for engineering firms; it is very hard to find a good engineering manager. They say, good engineers are tough to hire but easy to find, while on the other hand, good engineering managers are not only tough to hire but also tough to find. But what exactly makes a good engineering manager? We will find out…Continue
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More than a “welcome to the company,” an engaging onboarding program sets the stage for your new hire to hit the ground running. Whether you have one or five new employees, a sound, well-designed onboarding program creates compelling motivation for you—and your new hire—to get the most from this stage in the work lifecycle.
Why is onboarding important?
In an increasingly mobile workforce, job transition is common. According to the …Continue
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Working outside the typical 9 to 5 job can be great, but without a solid base of clients, you could end up just another starving artist. The purpose of entrepreneurship is to have financial freedom and a better work-life balance. In order to stay ahead of the game…Continue
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The race to recruit top talent is more difficult than ever. Competition is fierce, budgets are small, and qualified candidates are hard to find.
But staying on top of industry trends can help you beat out the competition.
Here are the top recruiting trends that will continue to impact hiring in 2015.…Continue
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Employers rely heavily on staffing agencies to find, qualify, and hire talent, and this cost inhibits us from innovation. The emerging talent acquisition market is estimated to be valued at $85 billion dollars. Organization leaders are fed up with traditional recruit…Continue
Call them purple squirrels or whatever you want, but finding candidates isn’t so easy. Your job is to find those (fill in whatever animal and color you want here), and to find them before they’re talking to someone else about another opportunity.
But without the right skills, the hunt takes time.
And you know the saying: "Time is money."
You need to be faster than the other…Continue
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So, you just landed yourself a new job and you are probably nervous, because you want to impress your employer. Well, you are not the first person to feel like this because everyone feels nervous the first time they step into the professional waters.
Starting a new job is a nerve wracking experience. It might cause much anxiety because you really want this job, and you cannot afford to be thrown out in the first week. Besides, you have a lot…Continue
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New Haven, CT – September 9, 2014: Recruiting Daily, LLC announced that it has appointed Derek Zeller as a Managing Editor for Recruiting Daily properties including RecruitingDaily.com, RecruitingBlogs.com and RecruitingTools.com. Noel Cocca, CEO and Owner of Recruiting Daily LLC, made the announcement.
“Derek has an extensive background in our industry, and is one of its most talented writers and recruiting technology experts,” Cocca said. “With his unique mixture of technical…Continue
E-commerce is undoubtedly the most talked about industry these days. The global B2C ecommerce sales are estimated to hit $1.5 trillion this year driven by growth in the emerging markets. This is a 20% increment over the past year. The majority of this growth comes from the rapidly expanding online and mobile user bases in emerging markets like India and the Middle East.…Continue
As they look for creative ways to improve their approach to , many HR offices opt to focus their efforts on the college ranks. Today, colleges and universities represent a ripe area to pluck talent cheaply and efficiently, and countless businesses are taking advantage.
It’s an ideal situation for them. When…Continue
Once a year something magical happens. The world stops. Stores are closed, and when you go outside, you can hardly hear any traffic. I really look forward to this time of year every year.
The world is frantic. We are always in a hurry and there is always something to be done. Our lists are always long and it seems like there are never enough hours in the day to get everything done.
In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, we often forget what the holiday season is all…Continue
The place was a bit of a shambles and just between you and me my boss was a patronising prick. He’d seemed so nice; so approachable … during the interview process. But from day one it was as if Dr Jekyll had left Mr Hyde alone in the…Continue
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Costs and experiences of the entire family who will relocate are essential facets that cannot be ignored when it comes to immigration, relocation and destination support.
Relocation Costs are not…Continue
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Are you using social media in your job search? Are you using social media to find potential hires? Whether you’re looking for a job or looking for a new hire, you should be using social media as part of your process. While Pew Research estimates that 65% of adults use social media for their own job search, only…Continue
What a rough few weeks. You've probably heard a couple of things about me lately – I lost a friend / colleague, and I changed jobs. After nearly two years as a corporate recruiter for Zones, responsible for just about every department outside of sales, I left. Coming on the heels of a death in our department, it was especially hard to say goodbye.
The past month has been full of difficult conversations. I was not actively looking for a new role. Some might even call me a passive…Continue