Preparation is vital if you want to convince the interviewer that you are the right fit for the role. Below we’ve listed some of the most common interview questions, so you can prepare succinct, relevant responses, matching your skills and attributes to the needs of the company and role wherever possible. We’ve reached out to some… Continue reading Most Common Interview Questions
To get the best candidates, it always a need for companies to innovate their recruitment strategry. Here are some tips for finding special talent to join your company.
1. Foster engagement
For a company, a motivated employee is worth his or her weight in gold. That’s why it’s important to assess the degree of an applicant’s commitment as early as the initial interview. If the candidate expresses a strong desire to be involved in achieving the company’s objectives, it will be much easier to maintain this commitment over time.
Employees who are committed to what they do improve the profitability of a company & help create a strong work climate. To maintain that commitment, implement a few measures that will enable employees to feel as if they’re part of the company. As an employer, you should show interest in what they do & make sure their achievements are recognized.
2. Make use of diferrent profiles
When hiring employees, it’s preferable to include individuals from a variety of professional backgrounds & complementary profiles. A workforce consisting of diverse skill sets will enrich your resources & your range of services as a company.
3. Offer attractive working benefits
Of course, providing competitive salaries & desirable conditions are a company’s key assets in attracting & keeping talented employees. A company must also ensure that job duties are clearly defined, all while allowing employees to evolve within the context of their work & to progress within the company.
4. Go to social media sites especially LinkedIn.com
More and more businesses use social media when hiring employees. These days, most potential candidates post their professional profiles, portfolios and even professional references. These website networks can be used to find and contact potential candidates with the desired profile more quickly and inexpensively.
5. Keep looking for candidates on an on-going basis
It can be good for a company to evaluate applications on an on-going basis, not just when there’s a job opening. Being on the lookout for talented workers and meeting them for a pre-interview, for example, will identify potentially valuable employees for your company and help you fill a position quickly when the need arises.
This could also be an opportunity to find and keep the candidate your business needs before casting a wider recruiting campaign. You can also choose to work in partnership with an agency that will handle the ongoing hiring of employees for your business.
Angelo Millena is a Professional Human Resource Manager with over 10 years of working experience in the finance, automotive and digital marketing industry. His major strengths include building a team of individual with excellent skills in their field, multicultural competency, leadership development, talent management, and managing and leveraging diverse talent, stakeholder management and highly trained to multi-task and function in a fast-paced environment.