Jobs are not easy to come by due to the stiff competition in the labor market. Yet, people still reject job offers, including those who need one. If you are an employer, you would be surprised if candidates are rejecting your job offer. After all, you turned down other candidates to offer them a job.
Hiring a well-qualified candidate can be very essential to the growth of a company. Companies invest a lot of money and effort in recruitment processes. It will be heartbreaking to find out that a prospective employee is nothing compared to what he claims he is. Recruitment processes normally span across weeks or months. The thought
The dream of every employee or job seeker is to derive maximum satisfaction, pleasure, happiness, and fulfillment from what they do. Work can get toxic and exhausting sometimes; it is easy to become disinterested in work, especially when you feel unsatisfied. In contrast, work becomes extremely worthwhile when employees come in every morning feeling satisfied.
Is it possible to be overqualified for a job? It is. With the competition for jobs getting tougher daily, even overqualified candidates apply for jobs that some would argue are beneath them. When a candidate who is looking for employment has more than the required skills, experience, academic qualification, and exposure for the role, they
Employees are human entities and every human being loves to be appreciated for his/her efforts in life even though it may be very little. Showing compliments to employees at work motivates them and helps them to be more productive. In research conducted, it was discovered that 65% of employees are not appreciated at work and
The recruitment process is a rigorous strategy that consists of: reviewing resumes, scheduling successful candidates for interviews, and hiring the most qualified candidate for the job. This process can be very tiring and tedious, but Applicant Tracking System is a technology that has tremendously improved the hiring process. Technology has made the recruitment process very efficient with
Today’s workforce encompasses multi-generational personalities and as an employer, you have to identify these generations to motivate them. One of the most difficult approaches to take is motivating employees differently; some employees may prefer money while others might prefer respect. Motivating different employees in the same way; can be very dangerous which can result in the demotivation of some employees. This
With the advancement of technology and recently, the outbreak of the pandemic, companies, and organizations are adopting flexible work styles. The most popular is remote work. The past few years have witnessed the creation of job roles like freelancer, copywriter, content creator, social media manager, and countless others. Employers have gone with the flow and
Every employer wants to have competent and qualified personnel in his workforce. Nobody wants a lazy worker or colleague but sometimes the process of selecting the most promising person out of a sea of candidates might have you wanting to settle for less. Who is a good employee anyway? Is it the “perfect” candidate with
For the first time in history, four distinct generations are working along with each other in the workforce. Baby boomers, Generation X, Generation Y/ millennial, Generation Z/ Gen 2020. If you include the traditionalist, there are 5 generations actively working in the workforce. Each of these generations has different patterns of personality traits and work