The Good (and The Bad) in Hiring The Fresh Grads of 2016
Graduation season is about to commence and soon enough, the fresh grads will be framing their diplomas and picking up their resumes. Your HR inbox will start to flood with inquiries and applications from the class of 2016 and it's probably best that you know what you're getting yourself into.The Good Truckloads of enthusiasm livinglifeonfire [https://www.kalibrr.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Enthusiasm.png])"> They are fresh. As terrified as they are to enter the "real world", these kid
Who Do Managers, Teachers, and Accountants Marry?
It's an ever interesting point of conversation to hypothesize about who we're going to end up marrying one day. Single people love to guess and theorize and those in relationships can't help but wonder still. There's no algorithm to finding the answer to questions of who our future spouses will be and when or where we'll meet them but it doesn't hurt to look for trends and probabilities on the matter. That said, Bloomberg [http://www.bloomberg.com/] has put together probably the most interest
The Best Way to Interview Fresh Graduates
Seven minutes [http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2661474/First-impressions-really-DO-count-Employers-make-decisions-job-applicants-seven-minutes.html] —that's the amount of time recruiters like you have to decide over an applicant in an interview. That's also the amount of time candidates have to impress you. But when it comes to interviewing fresh graduates, you shouldn't be quick to judge. Most of the time, fresh grads have no idea how to do interviews. It could even be their f
Meet The Mother of The Philippine BPO Industry
Today, there is no doubt that the BPO (business process outsourcing) industry is one of the biggest contributors to the growth the Philippines’ has achieved today [http://www.gov.ph/2016/01/28/statement-sec-purisima-q4-and-full-year-2015-gdp-growth/] . Aside from employing over one million Filipinos in the last 10 years [http://news.abs-cbn.com/focus/09/24/14/1m-filipinos-join-booming-outsourcing-sector] , it made up 6.9% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2014 [http://www.sourcef