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Posts Tagged ‘recruiting’

The Key To Success…..

Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. Thought leaders and experts: They have good insights, but not all of the answers, The key to success? It’s getting the hiring manager to really trust their recruiters, Cybersecurity consciousness for human capital management, A CEO 10 directors and mop!.  If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

 Thought leaders and experts: They have good insights, but not all of the answers: No one denies the fact that our world needs experts,thought leaders, and world-renowned specialists. That’s because it’s clear that we DO need people who are capable of dedicating their entire time and efforts to gaining as much experience as possible for one important thing — so they can teach and help others. There are experts in every field known to humankind, and here in the Internet Age, we make great use of the expertise of these people. However, there is a huge “but” connected to that.  …Read More..

The key to success? It’s getting the hiring manager to really trust their recruiters: You’ve spent years in therapy attempting to identify yourself, yet you think you can know me in 30 minutes? That my entire being, my soul, passions, knowledge, abilities, and creativity, can be assessed by you and your stone-faced, unpassionate behavioral questions – because you’ve been given the working title of “Recruiter?”

The dystopian Myers-Briggs test questions that I have to answer are pedantic questions from you, and standard answers cannot just be explained. Life, like work, is not always black and white. …Read More

Cybersecurity consciousness for human capital management: The more the access points are there for a device, the more is the vulnerability potential. It’s shocking how 71% of cyberattacks around the world are targeted on small and mid-sized companies because of the low allocation of the budgets for cyber protection. Human capital management is heavily dependent on software, tools, and platforms to access documents, give feedback, recruit candidates, and other such activities. To say the least, the entire spectrum of a chief human resources officer responsibilities like compensation and benefits, talent acquisition, employee engagement, talent retention, performance analysis, feedback, succession planning, and employee experience- fall within the ambit of cybersecurity consciousness.  …Read More…

A CEO 10 directors and mop!:   Does that sound like the hierarchy in your organization? I hope not- because it certainly is the case with a few. Organizations today have parted ways with the never ending hierarchical structure of executives climbing the ladder to reach the top.  Most millennial companies boast of having a flat structure, open door policy and have done away with traditional job titles for good.  They have instead reinvented new names like CFO- Chief Fun Officer, Innovation Guru and Chief Geek.  ….Read More…
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Carreer Outlook For Virtual Assistant…..

Comments Off on Carreer Outlook For Virtual Assistant…..Written on January 22nd, 2018 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. Career outlook for virtual assistants,  How working for yourself can actually be less risky than changing jobs, Are employers required to give workers meal and rest breaks, Your company’s future leaders may be right under your nose. If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

Career outlook for virtual assistants: I’m not sure if that is because it’s a new field or because the tasks done by VA’s are as varied as the VA’s themselves. One has to examine similar fields and skill-sets to see how VA’s will fare in the years to come. The career outlook for Virtual Assistance is above average if you look at similar fields.  The question of “Will this job still be around in 20 years?” is answered by looking at the services that a specific VA is offering. Compare the VA’s services to closely-related “traditional” employment positions. …Read More…

How working for yourself can actually be less risky than changing jobs:  Since setting up Davidson Gray to invest in and support recruitment business start-ups, I must have had hundreds of conversations with recruiters considering working for themselves. The biggest reason by far most recruiters settle for a new job rather than setting up, is the desire for security. However, is moving jobs really more secure? …Read More…

Are employers required to give workers meal and rest breaks:  Employers may have a difficult time figuring out which employees are entitled to take meal and rest breaks and what rules they have to follow when offering those breaks. Do workers have to be paid for breaks? Do breaks have to be taken at a certain time during the shift? Here's what employment law attorneys told SHRM Online.…Read More…

Your company’s future leaders may be right under your nose: Maybe she stutters or is nervous speaking in front of others and so doesn't come across as self-confident. Maybe he's quite overweight and so you discount him as lazy or undisciplined. Or perhaps she's very young and new to your company, and you assume she's not ready for more responsibility.  Regardless, these employees may have the potential to be leaders in your organization, and you could be overlooking them. That happens more often than one might think, says Steve Hrop, vice president of organizational development services at Caliper, a Princeton, N.J.-based company that specializes in employee assessments and talent management. ...Readmore...

Hot Technologies That May Disrupt Recruiting….

Comments Off on Hot Technologies That May Disrupt Recruiting….Written on January 8th, 2018 by
Categories: Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. The good and the bad about hiring an overqualified candidate, 3 Hot technologies that will disrupt recruiting in 2018, How you promote people can make or break a company’s culture, How to hire. If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

The good and the bad about hiring an overqualified candidate: Over the years of reading countless LinkedIn posts, which normally make no sense, there are always a few that group together and stand out. The group usually starts with a recruiter complaining that they gave a Hiring Manager the resume of someone that was “fully” but really an overqualified candidate for the job, and they can’t even begin to comprehend why the  …Read More…

 3 Hot technologies that will disrupt recruiting in 2018: It’s that time of year again when we dust off our crystal ball and try to gaze into the future of recruiting. So after making my standard resolution to lose that 15 pounds in the New Year, I’ve given the stars another gander to see what the future of recruiting will hold. …Read More…

How you promote people can make or break a company’s culture: Managing promotions effectively is one of the most powerful ways leaders can drive their company’s success. We surveyed over 400,000 U.S. workers in the past year and found that when people believe promotions are managed effectively, they’re more than twice as likely to give extra effort at work and to plan a long-term future with their company. They are also five times as likely to believe leaders act with integrity …Read More…

How to hire: I really dislike the term “A player.” It implies a grading system that can determine who will be best for a position. HR people always ask how Netflix, where I served as chief talent officer from 1998 to 2012, managed to hire only A players. I say, “There’s an island populated exclusively by A players, but only some of us know where it is.” …Read More…

How to make Job Postings More Engaging…..

Comments Off on How to make Job Postings More Engaging…..Written on April 21st, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about, Top 10 ways to make your job postings more engaging, For successful Partnerships with hiring managers, recruiters must do these 4 things, 5 Way to build a personal brand that brings employers to you. Take time to negotiate stop by and visit  RecruitAlliance.

Top 10 ways to make your job postings more engaging: Welcome to Top 10, Recruiter.com’s weekly rundown of the best of the best in recruiting! Every Friday, we release a list of some of our favorite people, things, and ideas dominating the industry. From awesome tech tools and cool companies to great books and powerful trends, no stone in the recruiting space will be left unturned. …Read More..

For successful Partnerships with hiring managers, recruiters must do these 4 things: Recruiters and hiring managers are like peanut butter and jelly – except when the peanut butter wishes the jelly would have told her about that master’s degree requirement before she posted the job.Okay, so the simile isn’t perfect, but the fact remains that recruiters and hiring managers would, in an ideal world, work in tandem to find and keep the very best hires. In order to find the best people to fill a role, recruiters need to tap into hiring managers’ knowledge and expertise. For hiring managers to keep holding down the fort and moving their teams forward, they need recruiters to listen when they are forthcoming with information. …Read More…

5 Way to build a personal brand that brings employers to you: Have you ever looked at the personal brands of celebrities like Oprah Winfrey or Tony Robbins and thought, “Yeah, it works for them, but I’m not successful enough to risk standing out like that!” Here’s the secret: A brand isn’t something you build once opportunity has landed in your lap. Rather, a brand is the engine that brings new opportunities your way. It fuels growth no matter what stage of your career you’re in – and perhaps most importantly, it separates you from the pack. The end result? You’ll be on the receiving end of a steady flow of new opportunities from employers and people who wish to do business with you. You may never have to hunt for a job again. …Read More

“Always make a total effort, even when the odds are against you.” – Arnold Palmer

Using Video As A Retention Tool For Recruiters……..

Comments Off on Using Video As A Retention Tool For Recruiters……..Written on April 3rd, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. Using video as a recruitment and retention tool, 5 tools to boost up your quality hire in 2017, 3 ways recruiters can reduce turnover in the healthcare industry. If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

Using video as a recruitment and retention tool: At many companies, there is a disconnect between workers on the ground and the C-suite. To workers at the bottom of the corporate ladder, executives often come across as distant leaders who don’t understand the problems and needs of those who keep the operation running. To executives, criticism from the lower rungs can seem like little more than vague complaints from workers who can’t see the big picture. In order to build a more cohesive corporate culture, executives must find ways to connect with their existing workforces and their prospective hires. While meeting regularly with each employee face to face for this purpose isn’t practical, there is another way: video. …Read More…

5 tools to boost up your quality hire in 2017: Big data, artificial intelligence, automation, video technology: These are just some of the topics that recruiting leaders are talking about today. Individually, they all stand to impact the recruitment sector in profound ways over the coming years. Collectively, they can also be used to improve one of the most important metrics in recruitment – quality of hire. At industry events and in recruitment publications, improving quality of hire is a goal that’s gaining momentum. It’s being talked about more, and we increasingly feel we’re developing the technologies to address this challenge. …Read More…

3 ways recruiters can reduce turnover in the healthcare industry: HR professionals in the healthcare industry have a crisis on their hands: the spiraling turnover problem among nurses. More than 17 percent of new nurses leave their jobs after just one year. After three years, that percentage jumps to 43 percent – a staggering figure, considering that the total national voluntary turnover rate for all industries is just 11.6 percent. Nurses are essential to any healthcare organization’s success, which makes the high turnover rate among this group extremely alarming. Nurses are healthcare providers’ first lines of defense against patient dissatisfaction. They’re the ones greeting sick people, attending to their harried calls, checking vitals, and providing a soothing presence ahead of complex procedures. …Read More..

“ Hard work turns to positive outcome and success” Ali

In Recruiting Company Size Matters???….

Comments Off on In Recruiting Company Size Matters???….Written on March 27th, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. Deloitte finds HR Departments struggle to keep pace with digital revolution, 4 things recruiters don’t take as seriously as you do, In recruiting, Company size matters. If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

Deloitte finds HR Departments struggle to keep pace with digital revolution: The digital revolution that began in the mid-20th century shows no signs of stopping. In fact, it only appears to be gaining speed. The development of new technologies and solutions happens now at a rate that’s often unsettling for those in the business world. Human resource professionals need to keep pace with these constant shifts or risk losing the ability to appear competitive to top talent. …Read More….

4 things recruiters don’t take as seriously as you do: As an active job seeker, you’ve probably experienced your fair share of job search frustrations. Looking for the right opportunity can itself be a pain, but then there are all those people out there spewing information on “job search best practices.” Many of these self-proclaimed experts, college career counselors, and career coaches tell you that you have to do certain things in order to land the job of your dreams. …Read More…

In recruiting, Company size matters: Many hiring managers look outward when evaluating potential candidates: Does this person have the skills or experience I need? While this is an important consideration, it’s only half of the equation. Finding great talent is about identifying the right match. Not only does a candidate need to meet your requirements, but your company also has to make sense for them. …Read More…

“A highway to success is the result of hard work” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Virtual Work is Growing…..

Comments Off on Virtual Work is Growing…..Written on January 27th, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about, Trust your intuition when searching for a new job, Is your body language messing up your interview performance, As virtual work grows and gen. Z arrives, recruiters and managers must adapt. Take time to negotiate stop by and visit  RecruitAlliance.

Trust your intuition when searching for a new job: You may wonder, “What’s the worst thing that could possibly happen during my job search?” Is it making a fool of yourself in an interview? Is it saying the wrong thing? Is it wearing the wrong outfit? It’s actually none of these things. Hands down, the worst thing that could possibly happen during your job search is that you don’t listen to your intuition. ..Read More…

Is your body language messing up your interview performance:? You just got the call – and the employer has decided not to move forward with your candidacy. That confuses you. You thought the interview went great! Your experience matched the job’s requirements, and your answers were thorough, informative, and relevant. What gives? Perhaps it was your body language that sabotaged you. …Read More…

As virtual work grows and gen. Z arrives, recruiters and managers must adapt: With more than 40 percent of U.S. workers engaged in contingent work and Generation Z poised to enter the workforce in greater numbers this year, recruiters must be prepared to adapt the way they attract talent to the changing economic landscape. In part, that means recruiters must be willing to leave some of their old ways behind when trying to attract a new breed of worker. When recruiting virtual workers, the process is different from filling a physical position and should be treated as such, says Tricia Sciortino, chief operating officer at virtual staffing firm BELAY Solutions. …Read More..

“Accept the challenges so that you can feel the exhilaration of victory. George S. Patton

Building Talent Yourself…..

Comments Off on Building Talent Yourself…..Written on January 23rd, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. Why search for world class talent when you can built it you- self, 5 Things 2016 taught us about flexible work, Creating Globally Dispersed Teams that succeed. If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

Why search for world class talent when you can built it you-self?: If I had a dollar for every time I heard someone in The Valley say the secret to success is “hiring world-class talent,” I’d be able to afford world-class talent!Telling a startup founder to hire world-class talent is like telling a teen from the inner city that the secret to success is getting a world-class education. Sounds great! But now what? It’s one of those all-too-common B+ comments that sound smart but leave you with zero practical steps – not to mention the subtle fact that if world-class talent were in abundance, it wouldn’t be world-class! …Read More…

5 Things 2016 taught us about flexible work: Given that 40 percent of U.S. workers are engaged in some form of contingent work, it’s safe to say that nontraditional work arrangements have gone mainstream. Chief among these newly embraced nontraditional work arrangements is flexible work. Working from home and flexible schedules were once the coveted privileges of the few, but nowadays even entry-level workers straight out of college can find positions with flexible hours and locations. ...Read More...

Creating Globally Dispersed Teams that succeed: In today’s shrinking world, more and more companies strive to go global – to break into new markets, leverage different sources of talent, and turn themselves into international brands. But before an organization can achieve this goal, it is essential to recruit the right people to lead successful operations in new locations. If local talent is hard to find in new markets, then existing talent should be deployed to those frontiers. …Read More…

“ If you can dream it, you can do it” - Walt Disney

Recruiting and Hiring Trend for 2017…..

Comments Off on Recruiting and Hiring Trend for 2017…..Written on January 13th, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. Recruiter top 10: Recruiting and hiring trends to pay attention to in 2017, Interview like a pro: Tips to boost your confidence, 23 Fortune 500 companies with flexible work opportunities. If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

Recruiter top 10: Recruiting and hiring trends to pay attention to in 2017: Welcome to Top 10, Recruiter.com’s weekly rundown of the best of the best in recruiting! Every Friday, we release a list of some of our favorite people, things, and ideas dominating the industry. From awesome tech tools and cool companies to great books and powerful trends, no stone in the recruiting space will be left unturned. This Week: Top 10 Recruiting and Hiring Trends in 2017 …Read More…

Interview like a pro: Tips to boost your confidence: You found it – the job you really want to go after. You got your name in front of the right people and waited. Then the call finally came – they want you to interview for the position! Yes! You did it! You got the interview! Then it hits you: This is your ideal job. You really do not want to blow it. It is about this time that your nervous system conspires with your brain to start creating worst-case scenarios. Then the rest of your body joins the fun – the sweats, shortness of breath, faintness, and rapid heartbeat, among other things. …Read More…

23 Fortune 500 companies with flexible work opportunities: Flexible work isn’t just for hip, young startups anymore. The biggest names in corporate America have started embracing it, too. In fact, some of these giants are even leading the way. The people at flexible work job board FlexJobs recently cross-referenced the latest Fortune 500 companies list with its annual Top 100 Companies with Remote Jobs list to identify 23 Fortune 500 employers with remote jobs. …Read More…

"Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Recruiting Trends Of 2016…….

Comments Off on Recruiting Trends Of 2016…….Written on December 12th, 2016 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about, A look back at the recruiting trends of 2016, What to do when you have more applicants than you can handle, For the best tech tools, HR may want to look to the consumer side of things. If you are looking to hire, stop by and visit  RecruitAlliance.

A look back at the recruiting trends of 2016: As 2016 comes to a close, here is a look back at some of the biggest recruiting trends of the year that are sure to continue into 2017: The Candidate to Consumer Shift: The current job market is a candidate’s market, and that is particularly true for top talent. This means it has become more and more difficult for employers to attract the talent they need. “Attracting and retaining talent will remain a challenge as top candidates experience an increase of competitive job offers, along with better salaries and opportunities,” Joanie Courtney, former senior vice president of global market insights at Monster and current COO of EmployBridge, told SHRM earlier this year. ….Read More…

What to do when you have more applicants than you can handle: Recruiters at large or particularly well-known companies are often blessed with a very unique problem: They have almost too much interest from candidates. Without even going out of the way to highlight their employer brands, some organizations receive hundreds, or even thousands, of applications due to name recognition, prestige, or brand alone. …Read More…

For the best tech tools, HR may want to look to the consumer side of things: It’s an exciting time for HR technology, with new software, systems, and platforms arriving at a steady pace, but unfortunately, few HR departments get to take advantage of the most interesting of these developments. Instead of being on the cutting edge of new technologies, many HR pros are limited to systems that serve their core functions, like HRISs, ATSs, payroll software, and so on. …Read More…

“All Roads that lead to success have to pass through hard work boulevard at some point” – Colin Powell
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