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.
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.
Recruitment is a challenging process in today’s ever-evolving, continuously-in-flux world. There are many solutions available for recruiters to aid the recruitment process, such as online skill assessment tools, cloud-based data management software, and interviewing tools, etc.
“Can’t hack it: Tech’s diversity efforts are a failure.” — CNN
For decades, an ideal job has been considered to be a full-time, 9 to 5 job with benefits. But this ideal is now being deconstructed to fit the new skill economy with new expectations.
In this Q&A, Sriram speaks about embracing the remote culture to boost morale and productivity, and why HR teams need to foster virtual workplaces that are thriving engagement ecosystems. Package the work, not the workforce, he’s been known to say often – he decodes this here to tell us what he means. Sriram Rajagopal is an HR veteran with more than 20 years of experience in the industry. He consults organizations of all sizes and helps them develop strategies, especially pertaining to talent solutions and services segment, that directly impact their growth.
In our recent webinar on the do’s and don’ts of the technical hiring with Valerie Rothlin-Fenton, Fujitsu’s Senior Technical Recruiter, we ran a quick poll.
In a report published in 2019 by IBM, it was reported that the average cost of a single data breach is over USD 3.92 million.
We read every day that we’re in the fourth wave of Industrial Revolution, and businesses are adapting and changing by the minute to thrive in this new dynamic. Technology has become an essential component of every business, including HR.