Almost all the job candidates applying for a vacancy at your company are strangers to you. People you haven’t met before or know anything about them. All they tell you about themselves is on a piece of paper called a CV or Resume. So are you going to trust the important responsibilities and tasks of your company in the hands of someone you just met? Well, to be completely honest it’s a risk you have to take with the best candidate for the job. But there are safety measures you can take for a safe experience with your company.
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.
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.
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.