Author: Rachana Mishra
If you’re new to the world of social media recruitment, you might have heard about and know a little bit about social recruiting and the benefits that it can bring. Social recruiting is something worth exploring, especially since 79% of job seekers are likely to use social media in their job search.
You probably already know that pre-employment tests are important to filter through the pool of job applicants to find the best candidates, but what you might not know is if you don’t choose your pre-employment tests carefully, they are going to do more harm than good. The wrong choice of tests.
Recruiting millennials to your company can bring enthusiasm, youthful insights, and an awesome energy level and ability to interact with people and with technology to your enterprise. However, recruiting Millennials comes with its own tricks of the trade. Millennials were brought up with.
We can’t take ‘Human’ out of “Human Resource” but the technology can surely reduce the efforts and time involved in the recruitment process. Technology is rapidly impacting every aspect of business, allowing companies to automate a lot of different process, including the recruitment process. Most.
Hiring is hard. For startups, hiring is harder. The most difficult thing for startup founders is not raising money, closing deals, doing sales or finding partners. It’s hiring people. Hiring your first employees is a milestone for any startup founder. It’s a sign your startup is growing and getting.
With 1.5 billion users, Facebook is still by far the most popular social media network, and as a result is becoming an increasingly popular tool for employers. But how do you sift through the rough to find the diamonds? Here are the top 6 hacks to ensure your hiring success on Facebook: