iMocha today announced the launch of LogicBox, an innovative question type to assess a candidate’s logical and problem-solving skills with an Artificial Intelligence-based pseudo coding platform.
Recruitment means acquiring the best talent for your organization. If you go by the book, you know modern recruiting consists of four levels, i.e., Attract, Engage, Retain, Qualify. These levels concern with the candidate.
Step 1: Understand Why Upskilling Is Important? The Skills matrix is evolving at a faster rate than it did just a decade ago. New skills are being introduced almost every year. 10 years ago Data Science, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality were obscure concepts but now are in high demand in many emerging fields. It is now highly imperative for almost all organizations to ensure their employees are equipped with the right skills and adapt to the changing ecosystem.
“To err is human” we’ve all heard this phrase which by all means stands to be true!
Have you heard about the chain reaction? If you’re thinking…. did she really ask me if I have heard what a chain reaction was? Then yes, I did!
Data Science seems to be in demand lately. The demand for data scientists has been increasing significantly as per the reports from websites like Indeed and Dice.
It's no secret that hard-working employees who are engaged, productive, motivated and efficient are moving any company forward. Employee engagement is a major benefit for a company. Still, no matter how good an employee may be, they are not automatically engaged when they start working for you.
Recruiters are the driving force behind the process of recruitment. A process that can be deemed successful only if it is able to provide ‘qualified candidates’ as per the requirement. Incidentally, it is also one of the key metrics of recruiters to measure their performance.
Finding and selecting the best people for your organization is still the most important HR intervention. In many organizations the HR practices in recruitment and selection are still of the Stone Age. Someone has found a new job or gets an internal promotion. HR writes a job profile, full with required skills and competencies. The job is posted and candidates apply. HR waits a couple of weeks until there is a good batch. A long list is made, and five candidates are invited for interviews. After a couple of interview rounds, and maybe some assessment or tests, the final candidate is offered the job. She has a notice period of three months, and starts six to nine months after the vacancy appeared. What are some of the current trends in the area of recruitment and selection?