Quickly booked, quickly realized and also quickly forgotten! That is the fate of a large number of webinars which are available nowadays. Even if costs and amount of time spent on webinars are lower than on face-to-face trainings, ineffective webinars are really annoying – especially for HR.
Think about a few things in your life right now. It really doesn’t matter what they are, as long as you interact with them daily. They could be your phone, your shoes, your watch, your car, your refrigerator, your garage door opener… you get the idea. What do all of these things have in common (besides you, of course)? Well, at the moment, they may not have much of anything in common, but within the next decade, you can expect every last one of them to have Wi-Fi connections to the Internet.
Identifying if the applicant has the skills to perform the specific job is a well-known key factor to analyze during the recruitment process. However, the procedure should also importantly focus on recognizing whether we are dealing with the right type of person who will conduct the activities required.
There is no other best time to present somebody’s top 10 (15 or even 20) chart of something than the end of the year. The HR Tech Weekly, at your service, is following this good tradition, and compile it’s own Top 10 Articles of 2015 about HR Tech, Recruitment, Startups and Around.
In the past decade or so, businesses and HR leaders have been somewhat obsessed with talent management.
Originally conceived as a host of programs designed to help manage people from “pre-hire to retire,” talent-management strategies spawned a $10-plus-billion software industry. That technology also has helped refocus HR departments, while simultaneously informing senior managers about talent’s importance.
Team skeeled.com already covered some topics over their blog posts regarding candidate testing and the importance of personality. In November 2015 they went to focus on another growing facet of recruitment today: The Video Interview.
Over the past few years, Indian economy has been flooded with startups – some of them braved the storm and established themselves as trends, while others face the reality check with failures. More than successes, the entrepreneurs behind these startups faced issues which they couldn’t deal with, and their business ventures closed even before they could gain foothold in the market.
In November 2015, the Team skeeled.com shared some great aspects on how recruitment will evolve in 2016 and how HR technology already has a great role in its current development.
Let’s review how things are going so far.
Team skeeled.com looks at some crucial metrics in recruitment processes, and the issues that can arise in the overall modern recruitment process.
Technology has progressed to the point where it’s possible for HR to learn almost everything there is to know about employees — from what they’re doing moment-to-moment at work to what they’re doing on their off hours. Julia Scavicchio takes a long hard look at the legal and ethical implications of these new investigative tools.
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Candidate Screening Technology is shaping the way HR departments acquire new talent. Nevertheless, technology should be combined with the right actions. Here are a few recommendations to take into account in order to implement Recruitment Tech in the most effective way!