Recruitment means serious business. Employers through experience have realized that finding the right candidate is as difficult as finding the right job.
9th January 2015 From India, Bangalore
Hi Strengthscape,
You have posted a two line thread.
Perhaps you could have explained the intent of your post with more details.
Any individual tries for a good job and is happy to find one.
If he does not get it he keeps trying to find one.
On the other hand the recruiter wants to have a good candidate.
From a recruiter’s point of view, any job requirement calls for functional/domain
experience as well as behavioural competency.
The importance and relevance of behavioural test is well known.
This is because if a wrong candidate is selected then it lands the recruiter in a difficult situation.
Please share your ideas and explain.
V.Raghunathan
9th January 2015 From India
This is because a lot is at stake. A wrong selection by a recruiter can not only result in adding extra burden and further cost to the company but can also threaten the future of an organization.
“People are not the most important asset. The RIGHT people are.” Jim Collins
Although India has rich human resource, finding the right candidate for a vacant position is still a mission in itself. As time is of essence, employers in order to avoid frequent rounds of selection process and to retain good candidates either provide recruitment training to their HR personnel or they themselves undergo various recruitment training programs and behavioral interviewing skills workshops to effectively test a candidate’s aptitude and attitude in different situations.
Knowing the ‘How’ of recruitment through these training sessions helps them identify the right person from the herd of people who apply. Let us see how.
23rd January 2015 From India, Bangalore
Dear Friends,
The present sad state of affairs was brought out in an earlier thread as under.
This is about Engineering Graduates having poor soft skills and also lacking in Communication skills.
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In view of the above recruiters should be doubly cautious.
V.Raghunathan
24th January 2015 From India
Hi Friends,
Just now I happened to see two articles posted today by Anish.
Please refer the following link.
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V.Raghunathan
24th January 2015 From India
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