With the rise of social media, businesses have access to more information than ever. Online platforms offer so much potential for a company; including valuation of current clients and customers, reaching new and emerging markets.
Employers are also using social media to investigate the profiles of job candidates, which opens a door to many human resources issues—both good and bad. Continue reading “Effective Use of Social Media in Hiring”
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Companies plan to up their spending on HR (human resources) technology in the next year, to continue growth and improve efficiency in the face of a challenging economic environment, research has found. Continue reading “Companies plan to spend more on HR technology”
Job seekers may find the next opportunity without leaving home, through video interviews.
A new study by OfficeTeam found a majority of human resources (HR) managers—63 percent—said their company conducts job interviews via video. This is a massive increase from last year, when only 14 percent had said they went online to interview candidates. Continue reading “Six in 10 Companies Conduct Video Job Interviews”
Interviews are almost like a first date; stressful, with two people facing off and nervously evaluating each other. On one hand, the interviewer gauges the candidate, looking for answers and determining if they are truly a proper fit.
If all goes right, everyone wins. They have the job, and you have an exciting new hire. However, if it goes badly, it could be a condition leaving even the most experienced HR professional a little uneasy. Continue reading “5 Questions Great Job Candidates Ask”