With a position so expansive and all encompassing, it’s nearly impossible to identify the most important aspects of a human resource professional’s career. Human resource professionals are tasked with a multitude of responsibilities including maximizing employee performance and the management of people, policies, and systems within an organization. HR managers become…Continue
The audit of the future will bear little resemblance to the traditional audit CFO’s are accustomed to receiving today. In fact, the way organisations conduct audits will change more in the next 5-10 years given the evolution of technology and analytics.
Let’s talk about the recent trends to see how it is affecting the demography of the audit industry as a whole. In this article, we tried to summarise and analyse recruitment trends in…Continue
Added by Skillventory on August 5, 2017 at 6:46am — No Comments
One of the most important choices employers face when deciding on a new applicant tracking system is: Do we want a best-in-class (aka best-of-breed) solution or an ATS that’s part of an end-to-end system?
It’s an important choice because best-in-class solutions and end-to-end systems have clear advantages. If you make the right…Continue
Added by Mark Jackson on August 4, 2017 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Recruiting talent has always been hard.
You wouldn’t think that would be the case, the way politicians build campaigns around jobs, and the way news outlets celebrate companies opening new locations that will bring dozens of jobs to the area.
Where are all these job-hungry people when you need a placement?
Yes, finding, engaging, and placing talent has always been…Continue
Apple continues to be commercially successful, but software engineers from the Silicon Valley are cautious about it because of the closed and extremely strict internal culture. In addition, the technological component of the latest products does not seem to be such a breakthrough.
Added by Yan Roberts on August 3, 2017 at 10:30am — No Comments
In the mid 50s, when Israel was still an infant state, a 21 year old bright student of psychology was assigned to set up an interview system for the entire army! The student, unknowingly opened doors for other researchers to find the most effective way of interviewing and making interviews a leading indicator of candidate’s success. The young…Continue
Added by Manan Shah on August 3, 2017 at 9:30am — No Comments
Alistair Reyland from ISL Recruitment takes a look at talent retention.
There is an abundance of talent retention articles but they always spiral back to the same old stuff. Strong company culture, good perks, and career progression. While the foundation of talent…
I’ve heard several technical recruiting nightmare stories. Some of the worst come from people working in such chaotic atmospheres they hardly even had a chance to succeed. The sad part is, most of them have been driven away from the field when they could have been all-stars, all because they never had a chance to do pure technical recruiting.
Four years ago, I…Continue
Being able to successfully attract, retain and work with this new generation begins by understanding the unique ways in which Millennials see their world.
By 2020, Millennials (defined as people born from 1984-on) will make up 50% of the global workforce. Being able to successfully attract, retain and work with this new generation begins by understanding the unique ways in which Millennials see their world.
According to the…Continue