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WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A GOOD HIRE An organization is a vehicle which runs on the wheels called “employees” and an engine called the “founder/leader”. For the successful and smooth running of the vehicle, the wheels need to keep running along with the engine. But, how does one ensure this smooth running? Well, hiring good employees is definitely a start! So, a leader must find...

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How to upgrade your HR skills to align with your organizational goals?

Every organization has certain business goals. As a commercial organization’s prime target is to earn revenue through its operations, all the activities need to be planned in a strategic manner. For achieving the business objectives of the company, a company-wide target is framed. This target is a broad-based target which if it has to be achieved; numerous tasks have to be done in an orchestrated...

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Smart Talent Acquisition ideas For Hiring Smart Brains

Recruitment of prized talent has always remained a challenge. In the current age of digital technology, you need to undertake certain smart methods. Here are a few of them that can come of great help to you.   ●     Incorporate video in the recruitment procedure: You may not find the desired levels of talent locally. You have to recruit someone who may be based at a distant...

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While traditional recruiting firms and organizations with limited talent resources may find some information about candidates – usually through LinkedIn – it is simply not enough to uncover today’s top performers. In fact, only 28% of adults with an online presence use LinkedIn (Pew Research Center). As sourcing methods continue to develop over time, employers are beginning to realize the benefits that organizational charts and talent mapping can provide. Information regarding...

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Seeing the last year’s trend, 2016 has raised a new debate on whether any layman person could take recruitment as his/her career. The big answer is NO. Recruitment is a very specialized field. Just like organisations look for core Marketing, Finance & Operation professionals, similar is the need to have trained recruiter. Here are 6 things, Senior HR Leaders of organisations need to look at, when it comes...

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Inevitably in the course of every manager and employer’s career, there will come a time when personal preference and business needs are juxtaposed. In many cases, this comes about when deciding whether or not to hire someone. When a person is simply unskilled or lacking qualifications, the decision is easy. However, when the person seems to be ideal for the position but rubs you the wrong...

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The end of the year is a critical time to complete that huge list of tasks that you have on your plate. If you are feeling stressed and overwhelmed, these 4 productivity hacks will help you stay focused and organized during busy times. 1. Pause Your Inbox As a recruiter, you are dependent on email for communication. But reading too much email can be overwhelming. If you don’t...

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Getting in front of competitors when hiring is all about knowing the future of the marketplace, according to a digital recruitment expert. Robert Sheffield is the Chief Executive of the Nakama Group, a recruitment agency that works across UK, Europe, Asia and Australia. He believes that, in order for recruiters to get ahead of their competition and to successfully supply clients with high-quality candidates, a forward-facing...

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OVERCOME THESE 3 RECRUITING OBSTACLES Employers face a number of challenges when it comes to recruiting. According to Manpower’s 2015 Talent Shortage Report, employers say they find it difficult to fill jobs this year, 32 percent of the reason being higher compensation rates, increased employee turnover and low employee morale. Although there might be a number of reasons, among the most prominent include a lack of...

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When you recruit people, you want to find the best of the best to enhance your company. Since you and your recruiters can’t read minds, you have to rely on resumes, applications, and information provided by employee candidates during an interview to find out who is qualified. Unfortunately, as many as 50 percent of employee candidates may be lying on their resumes, according to Freakonomics...

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