Creating an aptitude skills assessment for prospective employees is not an easy task. Neither it is a test that can be put together using a few generalized questions you find on the internet.
Having a good software system is essential for maintaining workflows and strengthening business processes. Implementing simple software can be relatively easy but you need an SAP consultant when these systems get complex.
The job interview process is a difficult task for any candidate, even for the one who has experienced it many times. It could be even more difficult when this process is done online. Post pandemic, instead of hiring in person, employers are more likely to conduct remote interviews. So how does one prepare for it?
All good software companies have one thing in common: great engineers. An engineering team has to be structured properly for a number of reasons, but the primary reason being each engineer bring different skills to the table.
From drone delivery to tapping on apps to get food delivered, the dynamics of life have changed. And when COVID-19 hit, these dynamics changed further.
In 2020, the world of hiring has turned upside down. Most of the organizations stopped hiring as soon as the pandemic hit, as no one really knew how the future would look like. But now that we’re six months into the lockdown, hiring is picking up the pace.
When recruiters or hiring managers assess a candidate, the only question they are trying to answer is ‘are they good enough?’.
It is a well-known fact in the industry that Google hires the best AI/ML developers in the market. It could be because of various reasons, their brand, products, or employee friendly perks. But one of the significant ones happen to be its strategy.
The hiring gap in the field of cyber security is so undeniable with the facts and figures we see every day.
According to a recent survey by Gartner, 82% of company leaders around the world would provide their employees the benefit of working from home for the near future. Now that number is staggering!