Author: Nikita, Interview Mocha
It is difficult to imagine a life without social media. Similarly, a business without social media, a big NO! In this world of Social Media Marketing, a business spends a lot of time thinking about how can they use social media to attract customers and increase their fan following. Social Media not.
How do you find the right people for the right job? How do you know the employee will be effective and productive in the long run? Hiring good employees and ensuring that you get the right people in the right job is difficult. Whether a big or small company must always take necessary steps to try.
Who said starting a small business was easy? Things are never easy for small business owners. There are many problems that are encountered by these owners throughout the course of managing a business. These include things like hiring the right people, building a brand and so on. For a business.
Ever imagined what will happen if a husband and wife both are Human Resource Expert. And, what if they start interviewing housekeepers. How will the conversation take place between them? Come on, read on.
Job Description (JD) is an essential step towards attracting the right candidates or I should say, the top candidates. Does your job description stand out to attract top talent? Writing a great job description is a first step towards attracting top talent to join your company. A good job.
Human resource is one of the biggest assets for any company and no doubt, this asset while acquiring requires huge cost and time. The cost of simply hiring the right person can be huge. No, I don’t want to explain the costs involved in hiring a candidate, but I do want to talk about how you can cut.
Women domination in HR space is well researched, debated and followed closely by many across the globe. And like many before have questioned why and what makes this HR equation and women work so well? HR is quite often considered as one of the most predominantly female functioning streams in many.
What made me write this article is the agony of hiring managers they are going through and the problems recruiters are facing. Recently, a friend of my CEO visited our organization with a frustrated face. He was the Head for Marketing and Communications in his organization. My CEO asked him,.