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.
In a recent survey conducted by the Interview Mocha research team the following results were obtained regarding campus recruitment issues. This survey was conducted in 3 cities and the sample size is 125 respondents. The major issues faced in a campus recruitment drive are as follows Technical.
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.
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.
The hiring process is a very complex process that requires so much from decision making and prudence. In a traditional hiring process, it is taking so much time to find perfect people to fit for the jobs available. When there is a time restraint, it often leads to inefficiency in the hiring of.