President Trump has said he likes chaos. He has suggested that it energizes him. Indeed, some people thrive on conflict and upheaval. They find the alternative boring.
Category: Screening, Assessment, Interviewing
Once candidates are found, a variety of measures may help employers choose the final candidate. This may involve interviews, tests, assessment centers, or other means of evaluation.
They are easy to spot in the workplace, but how do you identify toxic employees during the hiring process?
They sometimes come across as shy, aloof or even disinterested. In comparison to extrovert job candidates, they may seem less likely to take charge, less inclined to aggressively pursue goals.
So-called soft skills are sometimes hard to quantify. Perhaps that’s why recruiters and hiring managers focus less on these skills in comparison to others.
Much has been written about workplace bullies and the misery they inflict on their staff and coworkers. Addressing workplace bullying is often difficult, however, and so management tends to avoid the issue. Why not take a different approach, and avoid hiring these folks in the first place?
A new survey from staffing firm Robert Half suggests that companies may not be great at reviewing résumés.
A recent survey finds nearly half of employers, 49 percent, know within the first five minutes of an interview if a candidate is a good or bad fit for a position, and only 8 percent take 30 minutes or longer to make up their mind.
Your company wouldn’t intentionally discriminate against older job seekers.
While many organizations are perfectly happy with their recruiting process, others have found that even with the best of intentions they still end up with an inordinate number of bad hires. Bad hires can be costly in many ways—not only are there literal costs involved in hiring, training, and eventually firing and replacing someone, but […]
Job seekers’ resumes may contain employment gaps—periods of time, short or long, where it seems as if they were doing nothing.