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Tips to Write a Resume that Stands Out

A resume is a summary of your work history, skills, and education. Unlike a CV, which is an in-depth insight into your career and education, a resume is quite precise, consisting of 1-2 pages. People find writing a resume quite terrifying. I have seen educated, qualified personnel running after others to prepare a resume for them. But it’s just a perception. In reality, it is quite easy if you know what you are doing. So let’s move on to how to structure it right.

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How is Digital Recruitment Convenient?

It is the lifelong dream of every organization to hire a suitable person for the job. But at times seems unlikely to be achieved. Although it’s no big secret, employers tend to forget that you can find the right candidate through a good and efficient recruitment process. With a meaningful recruitment process, you can form a productive workforce for your company or organization. It will impact the success of the organization, business, and the teams working within.

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Top Recruitment Trends in 2021

With time and passing years, changes and improvements have been seen in HR and recruitment strategies. And how the last 12-14 months have gone by, amid the pandemic, it’s ironically obvious that the recruitment trends in 2021 will be quite diverse.

Knowing the latest trends in the market and preparing for them will be quite beneficial for you. You will be able to be fully ready for any upcoming hiring with the latest knowledge at hand.

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Using Data-Driven Recruiting to survive the new normal
Using Data-Driven Recruiting to survive the new normal

Despite pharmaceutical advancements and the recent introduction of novel coronavirus vaccines, the world will be dealing with the continued and potentially long-term impacts of the pandemic for the foreseeable future. I hate to be the bearer of such news, but it’s true. As such, many organizations have taken to calling present circumstances the “new normal,” and they may be right, at least for now. If and when the situation changes, HR and talent acquisition teams will be tasked with evolving. It’s what they do, and 2021 is likely to be more of the same in that regard. Even so, most professionals in this space don’t have what they need to adapt — and what they need is data.

Still, Deloitte identified what it called “the readiness gap,” explaining that “seventy-five percent of surveyed organizations say creating and preserving knowledge across evolving workforces is important or very important for their success over the next 12-18 months, but only nine percent say they are ready to address this trend.” That means only 9% have the intel needed to source, recruit, hire and retain Despite pharmaceutical advancements and the recent introduction of novel coronavirus vaccines, the world will be dealing with the continued and potentially long-term impacts of the pandemic for the foreseeable future. I hate to be the bearer of such news, but it’s true. As such, many organizations have taken to calling present circumstances the “new normal,” and they may be right, at least for now. If and when the situation changes, HR and talent acquisition teams will be tasked with evolving. It’s what they do, and 2021 is likely to be more of the same in that regard. Even so, most professionals in this space don’t have what they need to adapt — and what they need is data.

Read the entire article at: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbeshumanresourcescouncil/2021/02/04/using-data-driven-recruiting-to-survive-the-new-normal/?sh=134508c1255c

 

The five fundamentals of employee satisfaction!
The five fundamentals of employee satisfaction!

When it comes to the workplace, employers and employees alike are looking for more than simply “meets expectations.” Frederick Herzberg’s motivation-hygiene theory points out that essentials such as a decent wage and civil working conditions are simply hygiene factors that keep employees from being dissatisfied. They are important for employee satisfaction and deserve attention, but aren’t enough to create passion and motivation. Employers must build motivator factors in addition to hygiene factors.

 

Read the entire article at:

https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbeshumanresourcescouncil/2021/02/11/the-five-fundamentals-of-employee-satisfaction/?sh=5beb037b7d10

The post-pandemic rules of talent management!
The post-pandemic rules of talent management!

Summary.   

At the onset of the Covid-19 crisis, talent literally left the building, and we’re now beginning to realize that in many places, it is unlikely to come back. Technology is moving humanity away from the office and back into homes across our nation every day. We are building culture outside of buildings, with work that supports life on a more even playing field, with talent that can come from anywhere. As we look to the future, it’s time to unleash these new way of working for the long-term, with a focus on well-being, equality, and productivity that can work for both employers and employees long after this crisis ends. It’s time to embrace the truly global talent pool that is available to drive growth, regardless of where people call home.

Read the entire article at: https://hbr.org/2020/10/the-post-pandemic-rules-of-talent-management

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