No matter what business you run, you can’t afford to hire the wrong person.
Technology has hit the job seeking process. Before you analyze a resume, it usually passes through a scan you have developed, looking for specific keywords that relate to your position opening.
We have started using technology more than ever in an attempt to increase the effectiveness of our strategies and the productivity of our businesses. Digital solutions, software tools, and tech gimmicks, in general, allow us to boost our communication, track our performance, and make changes as we move forward with our business decisions. As years go by, hiring is becoming more intertwined with digital and tech precisely so that businesses can make smarter hiring decisions, stay within the bounds of the law, and make their employees happy.
‘Digital Transformation’ could very well be the buzzword of the year. But it would be a buzzword that all businesses would have to take very seriously.
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In today’s world, it is harder than ever to attract high quality job candidates. Companies of all sizes are competing against each other trying to hire the best engineers, developers, sales force, marketers, and support teams. A majority of the modern day recruitment processes use pre-employment skill testing as an integral part of their hiring strategy. However, the catch here is getting candidates to give their assessments. Candidates, especially millennial find it too taxing to give an assessment test. The same is true for lateral hiring.
Hospitals, hotels, banks, retailers, airlines, app development companies, government and any organization need to organize all the information that are relevant to run their daily operations. From global banks to small town shop everybody need to have a database, almost all of which are managed using SQL. Every person with access to technology eventually touches something of SQL. It’s no wonder SQL skills count among the most desired IT skills.