An effective position description is essential to ensure the right person is recruited for the job and to the company. Start your position description with a detailed background of the company before explaining position specifics.
Recruiting the right people is critical to the success of any company. Follow these tips to ensure your next job interview is conducted successfully.
To attract high calibre employees, it is essential to understand the attributes that motivate and inspire them to invest their talent in a company. Here are some of the common attributes top performers look for in a new employer.
Competency-based interviews can provide employers with detailed insight into how a candidate might perform any given task and whether they have the background and skills you’re looking for.
In an uncertain economic climate, many good candidates are cautious about changing jobs, while those without employment may be less fussy about the roles on offer. What’s the biggest pull for candidates?
In many industry sectors, the fight to attract top talent is fierce. Not only is there often a shortage of skilled individuals with the niche expertise required, but candidates are also cautious of moving roles in an uncertain economic climate.
So, you think the challenging parts of the interview process are finished. You’ve met several potentials, narrowed down the shortlist and your preferred candidate has accepted your offer of employment.
The word psychometric basically refers to the measurement of the mind. Unlike facets such as education, skills, experience, appearance and punctuality, the behavioural traits and personality of a candidate can be much more difficult to assess during an interview.
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