9 ways to fix a toxic work environment The environment we work in is a major contributor to the output and quality of our work. A significant part of one’s life is spent at the workplace. Be it offline or remote work, both the physical body and mind find themselves engaged for almost 8 hours […]
5 strategies to combat the great resignation and hold on to your top talent The labor market is in turmoil. Have you heard of the term, ‘The Great Resignation?’ Last year, a Psychologist and Professor of Business Administration at Texas A&M University, Anthony Klotz came up with the term in an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek. […]
5 Ways to Leverage Data to Make Better Recruiting and Hiring Decisions Technology makes it simpler for us to assemble data on not only potential candidates but also the overall recruiting system. Picking the correct information, metrics and suitably following up on this Data can change and augment your employing cycle. You can harbor the […]
If anyone told you 10 years ago that a university degree will not guarantee you a stable job and income, you might probably laugh it off as a joke. However, with the gradual boom in population, the job market is not performing well. The number of job seekers is rapidly increasing while the employment opportunities are limited in the market. Thus, applicants need to broaden their horizons and attain much more than a 4-year college degree to heighten their chances of getting hired.
Digital platforms have virtually brought the world closer than ever. People have not only made personal but robust business connections over the internet. Organizations have used this feature to their advantage to find skilled, talented employees through digital job postings. However, this technique has gained immense popularity due to which there’s sturdy competition among companies for hiring professionals. Your job postings need to convey why a firm is better than others and what makes it unique. Employees want to choose the best alternative for them, and thus you job posting need to communicate the same. Are you confused about how to make your job advertisement more attractive and engaging? Don’t worry- we got you.
We are living in a knowledge society, where technologies are changing at a very fast pace and innovations are a regular phenomenon. According to a LinkedIn survey – the average shelf life of skills is less than 5 years.
You are either motivated to learn or job is pushing you to learn, or learning for career growth.
As technologies evolve, business models change, customer demand changes, companies need to either acquire or internally develop new skills.