Employer Interview Questions
With the current economic climate and changing job market, employers have now started to alter the types of questions they ask in interviews. With hundreds of Internet pages dedicated to types of interview questions and all listing the same “general” type questions (what are your strengths, where do you see yourself in 10 years, etc.), employers are now steering away from these types of questions and…Continue
Added by Gavin Redelman on June 30, 2010 at 8:24pm — No Comments
What is a dream job?
Do you know someone who has the dream job?
Is there really such a thing as a dream job ?
RedStarResume posted this question to our…Continue
Added by Gavin Redelman on June 30, 2010 at 8:20pm — No Comments
How do you really know if you are hiring a person that fits your culture? Many people have become quite gifted at interviewing and heaven knows there are more resources available than ever before to the job seeker.
Are those who do the interviewing trained effectively? Do they know the right questions to ask to ensure that the interviewee is indeed the right person? Do they really understand why they are asking certain questions of the candidates? Do the interviewers…Continue
Added by Kellie Auld on June 30, 2010 at 5:07pm — No Comments
Originally posted on the SmashFly Recruitment Marketing Blog.
It is becoming abundantly clear that the recruiting landscape is increasingly changing. Companies are becoming more competitive and creative in the ways that they attract top talent. It's no… Continue
Added by Bob Boudreau on June 30, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments
Added by John Sanders on June 30, 2010 at 3:29am — No Comments
One thing I can guarantee is that the first time anyone gets into
recruiting they viewed it as a more noble position than just sales. I
thought this too at first. “I am going to help others” and “people are
going to need this service”. And the first thing I learned is that…
We had an interesting scenario in our office the other day. A new-ish Consultant had a complaint from a candidate about not being contacted in what he perceived to be a timely manner. And perception is what it is all about. We throw around this word a lot but really it is the crux of what we do. In such an subjective job, although every Consultant is theoretically doing the same job, we are identifying different skills in our candidates and relating differently to each of…Continue
OK – I have to say I work for a cool company. Not trying for brownie points here (can’t hurt) but a company that invests in the future to me – is awesome. So Aquent sponsored/is sponsoring some
great events in 2010 and I was a very lucky attendee for two of them.
Added by Kelly Moeller on June 29, 2010 at 1:32pm — No Comments
Recruiters and Falsehoods!!!…Continue
Added by Dean Da Costa on June 29, 2010 at 12:27pm — No Comments
I raised many questions in my previous blog post, too many questions, perhaps. So to show that I've not learned my lesson, I'm going to raise some more.
In that post, I analyzed a CNNMoney.com article titled "Say Good-Bye to Full-Time Jobs With Benefits," especially the part of the article predicting that…Continue
What is HR marketing?
HR marketing can be defined as the activities undertaken by an organization for attracting and retaining the best talents towards them e.g. marketing the job opportunities, marketing the training programs for the internal employees etc. Hr marketing applies marketing concepts to HR thus makes it easy for an organization to hire and retain resources.
What media is used for HR marketing?
Conventional or Traditional…Continue
Added by Vivek Jothi on June 29, 2010 at 9:30am — No Comments
Coalition and Compromise
There are a lot of C words around in the UK at the moment to describe politicians,two of the most prominent being Cameron and Clegg, and personally I think they look very comfortable together despite the media desperately looking
for their lover’s tiffs.If it really does work out that our leaders, with their
conflicting ideas can come together and fix the pressing problems of the day,
it will be…
I was reminded, again, the other day, that the best recruiter for a small business is an engaged and valued employee.
Big businesses rarely have the opportunity to convert a customer into an employee. Even Starbucks has become a poster company for poor customer service stemming from poor employee experience. Small businesses, however, have a daily opportunity to check both their customer service and their recruiting brand. Just ask your customers if they would like to work for…Continue
With the first time weekly unemployment claims still hovering above 400,000; I have more Applicant Tracking System annoyances.
As I said in my previous post, I get it because I am a Recruiter who has used ATS. And…Continue