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6 Worst Social Recruiting Failures

Posted by Thao La on Jun 30, 2015 2:30:00 PM

You cannot deny the power of social media in almost every aspect nowadays, and the recruitment process is no exception. 95% of recruiters are using or planning to use social media as a tool to attract talent to their companies and increase their work performance. Before you try this recruitment channel, here are the 6 worst social recruitment failures to avoid.

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Topics: recruiting sales people, right hiring, recruiting failures, hiring mistakes

Inappropriate Questions Interviewers Need To Avoid (Part 1)

Posted by Thanh Le on Apr 27, 2015 3:08:00 PM

Interviews plays one of the most vital stage of employment process. Therefore, a lot of caution needs exercising. The main role of interviewers is to identify and select the best person for the position on the base of principles of non-discrimination and affirmative action. The following suggestions of changing inappropriate questions into more appropriate ones will help you approach the subject you want to involve your candidates.

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Topics: right hiring, recruiting, hiring

4 Best Practices for Hiring High Performers

Posted by Huy Tran on Oct 31, 2014 10:30:00 AM

Consider this: It can cost $4,000 to $40,000 to recruit and onboard one new employee. Therefore, companies that have implemented efficient hiring practices get the best return on this investment, especially when they focus on acquiring top performers.

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Topics: Effective Hiring, right hiring, recruitment, hire, Employee Retention, retaining

6 Smart Hiring Steps to Hire the Super Employee

Posted by Huy Tran on Aug 28, 2014 10:15:00 AM

Although your business may be profitable, that doesn't mean you should ignore issues that could be causing serious long-term damage. If you are experiencing high staff turnover, or your new hires are not fitting well with your organization and its values, follow these 6 steps to ensure smart hiring processes and that you get the most out of your people.

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Topics: Effective Hiring, right hiring, recruitment, hire, recruiting, Human resource, hiring

A case study of Heineken on hiring the right person for the right job

Posted by Vy Huynh on Aug 26, 2014 10:30:00 AM

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Topics: interview, behaviores, intersests, turnover rate, thinking style, Effective Hiring, right hiring, recruitment, Big Brand Lessons, wrong hiring, job fit, Personalities, Profiles International SEA

Improve your recruitment process and avoid bad hiring decisions with scientific employee assessments

Posted by Huy Tran on Aug 18, 2014 10:30:00 AM

Have you ever made a bad hire? Most of us have. Wrong hiring decisions have high costs. Despite the negative impact around the office - there are hiring and onboarding costs, and time wasted managing poor-performing employees. One of the most common reasons for bad hiring decisions is that managers fail to give proper attention to the employee selection process.

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Topics: Employee Assessment, turnover rate, Effective Hiring, right hiring, recruitment, hire, recruiting, hiring, Employee Assessment Tools, Effective and Efficient Employees, wrong hiring, job fit

What does Google think about hiring graduates from top schools?

Posted by Bien Nguyen on Aug 6, 2014 10:00:00 AM

Google has spent years studying their top performers to identify attributes that make these employees perform so well at Google. Amazingly, what they found is GPAs, brand name schools or interview brain teasers don’t really matter.

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Topics: Effective Hiring, right hiring, recruitment, recruiting, hiring, effective hr manager

Sales Behaviour links to Sales Success

Posted by Kieu Nguyen on Mar 24, 2014 8:30:00 PM

CEOs are investing more than ever in their sales forces, but results aren’t improving. To understand this disconnect, we observed sales professionals in live sales meetings. We discovered eight sets of sales behaviours. The bad news is that only three of them-accounting for a mere 37% of salespeople-were effective. What’s more, some of the behaviours of the remaining 63% actually drove down performance. But there’s good news, too: the eight sets represent behavioural tendencies, not set-in-stone personalities. Managers can effect changes in their current salespeople and recruit better team members in the future if they understand the eight sets of behaviours.

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Topics: behaviores, Communication Skill, sales skill, Effective Hiring, right hiring

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