As a company head or a human resource manager, there are times when you need to shift your focus from business to the employees in your organization. Though you get a regular update regarding work and know about the workplace, there are certain things that have to be seen closely, with a slight touch of sensation.
Michael Jordan, the former American Basketball player once said, “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.” Living by his words, we bring to you an article that will help you and your business to have an effective team.
Taking a closer look at an employee’s absence – it does cost a significant loss to the company. There are many who say that the cost is minor but depending on the leave duration, if not the monetary value, the work does cost enough.
When Tom went to his new company with loads of excitement and a bit of nervousness, he looked around, and felt himself lost in the middle of a huge building. He discovered that the address mentioned was not complete. Waiting outside for some time, he contacted the HR after which he was guided through and reached the correct office building
Whether the company is a startup or a multinational company, having the right recruitment and selection strategies is paramount towards the success of any organization.
The quality of team you have around you is a major factor when it comes to the success ratio of a business, be it small scale or large scale. For small businesses, it’s always tough to find great talent. They have to fight with big companies on many fronts, including recruiting and hiring great talents.
As a job seeker, you might be getting calls from recruiters on a daily basis. Recruiters are a diverse lot. The best recruiters can even woo the most passive candidates. In this blog, we mainly discourse about Executive Recruiters.
Hiring is a long process and challenging too. The first step for the perfect hiring is to plan up well, have a set of strategies and most importantly understand the type of candidates and sort them accordingly.
Social Media has come a long way today. There are over 3 billion people using social media networking websites as of now, and that is about 40% of the global population. Now, when it comes to job search, social media plays a key role.
It’s quite common to land on errors while on a job hunt. Even the slightest of the errors you make can cost you the job. Job hunting is all about being careful. You should be careful as to what you write and what not to write on your resume, your etiquette, the way you present yourself and a lot more things.
The debate on working hard vs. working smart, never actually ends. An eminent personality once said, “Workaholics aren’t heroes, they don’t save the day, they use it up. The real hero is already home because she figured out a faster way to get things done” This is the absolute truth. People work whole day long, but in the end, they won’t gain the result of their hard work.
A famous quote by Henry Ford goes like this, “Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off of the goal”. When your concentration is centered on your goals, then obstacles doesn’t matter nor do they make a difference. Same is the case with Start-up companies, they face terrible struggles in the initial phase.
Interviews take you one step closer to achieve your goals. Have you ever thought why you were short-listed for an interview? Yes, your resume was presentable and most importantly your skills, qualifications and experiences match the requirements
Do you know what is common between Facebook, Pinterest, Snapchat, Airbnb and Instagram? Besides being famous and catering to millennials as their global target audience, all of these companies were founded by millennials.
John McCarthy, Father of Artificial Intelligence, coined the term Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the very first time in the year 1955. He said that AI is the science and engineering of developing smart machines, particularly, intelligent computer programs.
Most people have the misconception that talent acquisition and recruitment are one and the same. Well, it is not. Both approaches are valuable depending on the situations. Talent acquisition tends to be strategic, while the recruitment is more tactical. Understanding the differences between them and adapting the acquisition process accordingly can help in hiring the best talent.