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 description not only attracts candidates but the right candidates. Writing a great job description is not easy. And no, you just cannot copy paste it from Google! Writing your own and unique job description will effectively communicate your company's requirements and available positions for applicants.
When hiring the best person available for a position, rather than the best person who applies to a job posting, requires a different type of recruiter and a different type of recruiting process. In 1990 when Stephen Covey’s book, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, was published it seemed like a good framework for bridging this gap. Here’s my take on how to be a great recruiter using the Seven Habits as a frame of reference:
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 these costs. What is Zero Cost Hiring?
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 organizations. Over the years, we have seen a gradual feminization of the HR function. HR is perceived as ‘soft’ while sales and finance are ‘tough’. Women are expected to exhibit softer skills while men are expected to be more decisive. We are not being stereotypical in any way or confirming gender roles, but this is what usually continued and thought of.
Choosing between the human interviews or written tests has long been a subject of debate amongst the HR Professionals. In my opinion, both are interrelated and interdependent. It is quite difficult to give preference to one system while putting other on the back because I myself have found both the options suitable in judging men and women of abilities depending on the situation. This piece is an endeavor to give readers an insight on both the methods and readers will decide which one they want to opt. It depends largely upon the Nature of the Job - The decision of whether to take tests or conduct interviews depends solely upon the nature of the job. In case a company tends to hire a grocery clerk, the test may be a feasible option as it is most relevant to the requirements of the job. On the other hand, for some strategic level job i.e. hiring some International Relation officer, companies conduct interviews, as tests are not the right option to test the skill level of such candidates.
Poor skill matching According to a study completed by Robert Half, 36 percent of 1,400 executives surveyed said that the leading factor of a failed hire, besides from performance problems, is poor skills matching. If hiring managers truly want to know about the kind of talent that is available to them, then they need to be mindful of actions that can hamper their interviewing efforts. In the end, it’s all about bringing out the best in talent.
Data analysis is one of the most consuming jobs that tend to need expertise and focus while recruitment of candidates. It deals with a very careful selection of variables basing on software and the internet to be able to transform them into factors to contribute in important decision making and managerial processes. Thus, an analysis is one resourceful personnel that are essential in most companies, businesses and institutions. Without this member of the working force, data and other variables become prone to misuse, misunderstanding and misinterpretation. In Interview Mocha, we care about the quality and importance of the analytics that you are hiring. Therefore, we make sure that you are guided in the process of selection of such. Below are some of very useful tips in choosing the right analytic for your data:
Now a days recruitment process is becoming very lengthy and also the quality of hire is a question. In the fast-changing and developing world of business, chances of getting a job get bigger yet tighter. Opportunities open for people with different skills and educational backgrounds. Due to this, a very long list of applicants falls in line hoping to find a suitable job. For candidates, however, the long and tight competition is always the threat to the possibility of getting a job. The competition is almost full and it needs a little edge to even get to the first phase of the hiring process.With this, it becomes very tedious job to manage the recruitment process very effectively and hence to improve it, we need to use the recruitment science by Interview Mocha. Interview Mocha helps to improve the recruitment process by giving you a proper report and most suitable candidates for it.