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How You'll Search For A Job In 2016 I Lydia Dishman

How You'll Search For A Job In 2016 I Lydia Dishman | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
You'll be able to create your own position, apply over social media, work from any city, interview over video, and more.
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Officelovin': Tech startup offices are the new hiring tools I Andrii Degeler

Officelovin': Tech startup offices are the new hiring tools I Andrii Degeler | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

"Among the perks that startup employees enjoy daily, a cool office is probably the fundamental one. Photos of expertly designed workplaces appear in our Twitter feeds and in media quite often, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that now there’s a website focused exclusively on how tech startups design their offices around the globe. 

Officelovin' is a good example of how startups are eager to demonstrate their new premises,..."

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The Evolution of Hiring: Do It Differently I Kathy Rapp

The Evolution of Hiring: Do It Differently I Kathy Rapp | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
How you identified, assessed, hired and onboarded talent even 5 years ago has changed.
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How You Can Get Employees Rolling in Their New Roles I Andre Lavoie

How You Can Get Employees Rolling in Their New Roles I Andre Lavoie | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'...Onboarding isn’t just for new hires. While hiring internally does eliminate the need to teach your employee about the company, give them a tour of the office, and go in-depth on the company mission and goals, it doesn’t mean that you can forego training them as you would an external hire.

In an effort to give employees a smooth transition into their new roles within the company, here are four (4) onboarding tips designed for internal hires and promotions:..'

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Accenture hiring on 'learning agility', says CHRO I Hywel Roberts

Accenture hiring on 'learning agility', says CHRO I Hywel Roberts | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Increased demands on employees to adapt to new technologies has led to Accenture looking at learning agility, along with existing skills, in its recruitment process, according to chief HR officer Ellyn Shook.'

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HR doesn’t hire, Managers do I Nisha Raghavan

HR doesn’t hire, Managers do I Nisha Raghavan | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'It is a general assumption that an HR does all the hiring in an organization. Well, that’s not the truth.HR doesn’t hire (Unless it is for an HR position) but Managers do. Here is how it works!'

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Empowering Employees to Develop Themselves I The Build Network Staff

Empowering Employees to Develop Themselves I The Build Network Staff | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Hiring new talent is both costly and time-consuming. According to a 2012 survey of 500 human resources professionals, the average cost to fill a position is nearly $11,000, and it generally takes new employees eight months to become fully productive.

But wait, it gets worse: Companies typically lose 23 percent of new employees during their first year on the job. So the time and effort managers spend to hire and train new talent is often wasted. Think of all the resources you could save if you simply worked harder to retain existing staff.'

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What Employers Get Wrong When Writing The Job Description I Alison Griswold

What Employers Get Wrong When Writing The Job Description I Alison Griswold | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Too many companies start looking for the perfect hire before knowing what, exactly the job will entail...In a recent post on LinkedIn, Lou Adler, CEO of The Adler Group, describes this problem as "defining the person" before "defining the job."...'

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Do You Look at Employees’ Social Media Accounts? I Young Entrepreneur Council

Do You Look at Employees’ Social Media Accounts? I Young Entrepreneur Council | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Question: As CEO, be honest — do you look at potential employees’ social media accounts? If yes, what is it you expect to see from someone you WOULD hire (vs. wouldn’t)?'

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Is Potential More Important than Experience? I Lou Adler

Is Potential More Important than Experience? I Lou Adler | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'For 35 years I’ve been successfully convincing hiring managers that raw experience and skills are far less important than past performance and future potential. It hasn't been easy. They quickly agree when they’re hiring or promoting someone whom they’ve worked with in the past, or someone referred by a trusted advisor. However, when the person is unknown, the skills, experience, academic and industry filter automatically kicks in. This is shame for a variety of reasons, to name just a few:...'

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Putting the H back into HR: Why This Data Boss Rejects the Big Data Approach to Hiring I Corrine Sandler

Putting the H back into HR: Why This Data Boss Rejects the Big Data Approach to Hiring I Corrine Sandler | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

"I am a Data Boss. My business platforms are built on crunching algorithms to reveal trends, tastes, and desires. But when it comes to hiring, I shut my laptop and do it the old fashioned way; no questionnaires, no people analytics. Just down and dirty, person to person; back to the future. Why? .."

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An App Connects Users With Start-Ups That Are Hiring I Jonah Bromwich

An App Connects Users With Start-Ups That Are Hiring I Jonah Bromwich | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
A new app called Planted is distinguished by the type and quality of the jobs that it connects applicants with.
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6 Big Data Metrics That Drive Quality of Hire I Lou Adler

6 Big Data Metrics That Drive Quality of Hire I Lou Adler | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
The magic and enormous value of big data is that it reveals information that was never seen before.
Over the years I’ve been using a series of metrics that indicate individual recruiter performance as they relate to productivity, sourcing effectiveness and quality of hire. By drilling down into the data
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Yes, it’s stupid not to hire seniors - For very different reasons | Paul Wallis

Yes, it’s stupid not to hire seniors - For very different reasons | Paul Wallis | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'The Australian government is offering up to $10,000 per person to employers to hire seniors – And not a lot is happening. About 600 have actually been hired since May 2014. The trouble is a range of perspectives – Cultural, social and personal. Perspectives blur the thinking about hiring seniors, and systematically distort the issues...'

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7 Things A Business Leader Must Understand About Customer Service I Micah Solomon

7 Things A Business Leader Must Understand About Customer Service I Micah Solomon | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'To provide successful leadership you need to serve your customers, and the employees who serve your customers, successfully. Here are seven elements of doing so; I’d put money on the likelihood that you’re overlooking some of them...

'You can’t give good customer service if you don’t hire appropriate employees : here are the traits that make for a great customer-facing employee. They spell “WETCO...'

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How Do I Plan For Future Hiring Needs? I Patrick Clark

How Do I Plan For Future Hiring Needs? I Patrick Clark | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Even if you aren’t actively hiring all the time, talent acquisition is an ongoing activity–and an important element of that is planning for future hiring needs...'

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How BYOD Can Really Help to Change the Way You Hire I Ziv Eliraz

How BYOD Can Really Help to Change the Way You Hire I Ziv Eliraz | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'...A recent Cornerstone OnDemand report indicated that 41 percent of workers use a personal device for work purposes and 36 percent use applications for work purposes that were not provided by the company.

But while BYOD can help your employees to write reports on-the-go or take part in a meeting wherever they may be, can it also be used to change the way you hire?...'

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Tailor Your Onboarding Strategy to Each Generation I Amy Hirsh Robinson

Tailor Your Onboarding Strategy to Each Generation I Amy Hirsh Robinson | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'...Effective new hire onboarding will be critical for employee retention and engagement in the future as demographic shifts significantly alter the talent landscape...'

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The Best Ways To Get Hired Online | John Philips

The Best Ways To Get Hired Online | John Philips | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
If you’re looking for a job, chances are that you’re hitting the Internet instead of the paper. Here are some of the best ways to get hired online.
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Job Titles Aren't That Important I Matt Ferguson

Job Titles Aren't That Important I Matt Ferguson | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
When hiring, companies focus -- at their peril -- on this essentially arbitrary piece of information.
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