Article on interview skills, featuring tips from the advertising world.
In the lead up to the 2013 In-house Recruitment Awards, Qandidate.com in association with the award organisers, will be sharing real success stories from in-house practitioners.
We wanted to help you get the most out of your social resume experience. So here are five things you can do with your new page. Your SR is a promotional tool. Use it to market yourself in a job search…
Listen to Olivia Hughes, Resourcing Manager, Pets at Home, who explains that the company has seen a significant reduction in recruitment costs as it has shifted to recruiting directly. It is also about to launch a new recruitment site with a novel video . . .
If your company has chosen to “do life” with someone, you have to go all the way. Does your company look for ways to enable everyone to succeed?
The best way to attract great employees is to focus on selling your vision and to look for diverse talent, writes Verne Harnish, CEO of executive-education firm Gazelles. “[T]he last thing we should do is try to recruit a bunch of mini-me’s. Your team should be more like the motley crew in a heist movie […]
Don’t exclude job candidates from other industries, as they can be talented workers who have a great work ethic and who are savvy networkers, writes Matt Tovrog of Bell Oaks Executive Search. “Hear them out; you might be surprised at how they can take their previous or current job and use it as a springboard […]
LinkedIn held an event to announce a number of revamped mobile apps as well as an entirely new product, Intro.
No, it’s not a typo. That’s how this new social recruiting website out of Israel spells its name. It’s now the third company we’ve seen recently out of “Silicon Wadi,” as the country’s booming hi-tech scene is called, doing essentially the same thing: allowing employers to find potential candidates by tapping into their employee’s Facebook, […]
VoiP communications firm Jive is creating something very cool – a way for virtual, global, or multi-office firms to help workers get to know each other, share ideas, showcase their talents, and brainstorm. It’s like LinkedIn, but in-house
Not sure how you’ll ever get everything done? Use these tips to streamline your life and open up more time for other things.
During Tomasz Tunguz’s time at Google, his team held weekly meetings at which employees traded stories about their mistakes and followed up with stories about colleagues’ successes. The biggest goof won its perpetrator temporary custody of a stuffed monkey named Whoops, while the biggest success story won a stuffed dog named Duke. “To the individual, […]
If there is one thing I have generally never been a fan of Employee Service Awards. For far too many organizations the extent of their employee recognition is the Annual Service Awards.
Employers should regularly survey workers to ask them whether they know what’s expected of them, whether they have the tools they need and whether they feel they’re receiving proper recognition, Jessica Miller-Merrell writes. Also, employers should ask workers whether they have a mentor at work and whether they feel their mission is important.