Fancy food, TT and foosball tables, pets on campus: these are just a few things that you promise your employees when they talk about Employee Value Propositions. In short, you sell a fun-filled, healthy work culture that nourishes you mentally and professionally.
The year 2020 has been a whirlwind for a number of reasons. But where we see its impact is primarily in our external environment. The rapid technological shift, demographic and social shift, and, of course, the pandemic has significantly impacted the way we work.
According to Forbes, Salesforce’s market share is well over 19%. And Salesforce is now the 7th most demanded job in the IT sector in 2020.
AI is here to eat the world! As with all functions, hiring and recruiting have been greatly benefitted with the addition of AI. Its importance has even greatly increased because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent social distancing and safety regulations. Despite its growing popularity, concerns around the ethical use of AI, privacy, and reliability of algorithms still exist. Understanding the tech can help recruiters address these concerns, optimize, and leverage it for the best outcomes. So, who better to provide a technology deep-dive than AI experts from Microsoft: Nalin Mujumdar, Cloud Solutions Architect - Advanced Analytics & AI, and Shubham Arora, Solution Specialist, Data Platforms & AI!
We are all remote workers now and as we get used to this situation and try to do our best as employees, there seems to be one major roadblock across the working world: Our organizations simply are not equipped to handle remote work.
Do you often ask yourself, “Do I have the skills to survive in the post-pandemic economy?”
To assume that the pandemic, or the changing external factors, introduced the world to the remote hiring process would be incorrect. Online skills assessment, video interviews, and online onboarding were very much in practice before 2020.
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? What are the best-kept remote interview tips to remember?
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.
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.