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Why Ghosting Candidates Is Never Good for Your Employer Brand

It may be an accepted practice in your business or industry, but leaving job applicants hanging has never done your company’s reputation any favors Dictionary.com defines ghosting as “the practice of suddenly ending all contact with a person without explanation, especially in a romantic relationship.” Although the term originated in the context of personal relations, the term apparently applies to hiring and recruitment as well. Now, while both employers and applicants do their fair share of

Six Common Bad Hires and What to Do About Them

Bad hires are bad for business, and while some can be worked with to become the best fit they appeared to be during recruitment, others may turn out to be the wrong choices that we should be accountable for Sometimes, we don’t even see it coming. After a few weeks to a month or two (or even three), a new hire is turning out to be more of the opposite of what they seemed to be during the hiring process. Granted, he or she may need time to continue to acclimate (two to three months is admittedly

Five HR Trends That Has Us Feeling Like It’s Always Halloween

Ghost candidates, employees with split personalities, and other skeletons in the closet. Halloween is coming... or is it just another day for Human Resources? While a Western concept, Halloween has become something of a significant occasion in the Philippines. It’s proximity to All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day has allowed many to observe the ‘holiday’ and hold parties, have candies, wear costumes, and generally have a celebration of sorts before the aforementioned national holiday. Like in o

Increasing Hiring Efficiency and Business Safety with Automation

While automation seemingly makes hiring less personalized, it and other technologies also make the recruitment process more efficient and more secure It is well documented how by 2025, millennials will reportedly make up about seventy-five-percent of the workforce worldwide. With the generation’s particular preference for great experiences and not just significant salaries and benefits, employers have continued to adjust their hiring strategies and further enhance their work-culture accordingly

Why Ghosting Candidates Is Never Good for Your Employer Brand

It may be an accepted practice in your business or industry, but leaving job applicants hanging has never done your company’s reputation any favors Dictionary.com defines ghosting as “the practice of suddenly ending all contact with a person without explanation, especially in a romantic relationship.” Although the term originated in the context of personal relations, the term apparently applies to hiring and recruitment as well. Now, while both employers and applicants do their fair share of

Six Common Bad Hires and What to Do About Them

Bad hires are bad for business, and while some can be worked with to become the best fit they appeared to be during recruitment, others may turn out to be the wrong choices that we should be accountable for Sometimes, we don’t even see it coming. After a few weeks to a month or two (or even three), a new hire is turning out to be more of the opposite of what they seemed to be during the hiring process. Granted, he or she may need time to continue to acclimate (two to three months is admittedly

Five HR Trends That Has Us Feeling Like It’s Always Halloween

Ghost candidates, employees with split personalities, and other skeletons in the closet. Halloween is coming... or is it just another day for Human Resources? While a Western concept, Halloween has become something of a significant occasion in the Philippines. It’s proximity to All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day has allowed many to observe the ‘holiday’ and hold parties, have candies, wear costumes, and generally have a celebration of sorts before the aforementioned national holiday. Like in o

Increasing Hiring Efficiency and Business Safety with Automation

While automation seemingly makes hiring less personalized, it and other technologies also make the recruitment process more efficient and more secure It is well documented how by 2025, millennials will reportedly make up about seventy-five-percent of the workforce worldwide. With the generation’s particular preference for great experiences and not just significant salaries and benefits, employers have continued to adjust their hiring strategies and further enhance their work-culture accordingly

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