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. The way we work changed, how we work changed, and, obviously, how we hire changed to remote hiring as well.
In 2021, 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 things are normalizing and people are getting back to their daily routine, the hiring industry is also picking up at a fast pace.
Cognitive ability tests - the decisive force for the hiring managers in candidate selection. But, how to access cognitive ability? How to assess if candidates are good enough to be hired?
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.
imocha has integrated with Recruitee, an online ATS platform that ensures good candidates don’t get lost in the crowd!
The hiring gap in the field of cyber security is so undeniable with the facts and figures we see every day.
LinkedIn is rapidly emerging as the topmost online resource for recruiters to hire all kinds of employees-especially professionals in various fields. If you’re a job seeker, it’s important to have a superb LinkedIn profile.
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!
There are a few ways traditional coding interviews are conducted. The candidates are made to submit the code before the interview via a portal; they are given a system on the premises where they are made to code in isolation; and, the most popular, they are made to code live on a whiteboard while the interviewers assess as they go.
The pandemic has forced organizations to reset the work culture globally, and HR leaders are left brainstorming about new ways that can help improve the way work is done. Sure enough, with the pandemic, organizations have been creative. And while there are certain things that would go back to how they once were once the pandemic is over, there are things that would remain changed, too.