Finding new ways to make the workplace more efficient is important for all organizations whether large or small and productivity gains throughout the organization starts with productive employees. Expert Recruiters have found a detailed article, published in Tribe HR, about the various methods of increasing productivity in your company.
There is a saying in the acting business that says “There is no small part only a small actor”. This particular phrase rings true in the office as well. Even what seems like a basic temporary role can make a large impact to a company and even your own career, it’s all in how you decide to approach and work it. Many times the main goal of a temporary job is to become permanent however; that’s not always the case and there are so many other benefits that come from temping.
Applying to any and all positions a recruitment firm has listed is not a good strategy, yet a very common mistake. Listed here are some of the reasons why mass applying can do more damage than good.
Hiring for your office? Want a hard worker with a roll up their sleeves attitude? Then look no further than a recent graduate that put themselves through school by working in a restaurant, especially those that have been working at the same place or return every summer.
Get your Resume Chosen! Do the Recruiters work for them.
Often submitting your resume online can be like submitting your resume into a black hole. HR has to review hundreds of resumes for each opening. Therefore, if you want to make the shortlist, you need to standout and, by standout we don’t mean fancy fonts or bright colors.
Employers today are looking for candidates who possess a combination of both hard and soft skills. Soft skills are developmental, social and communication skills that can be beneficial not just in your career, but similarly in your personal life. While it’s accurate that hard skills are still very important as they are associated with your expertise and knowledge, soft skills can be even more crucial for your employment success.
You’ve gotten over the first hurdle and made it to the interview stage, congratulations! Now, your goal is to not only stand out from the other candidates who will also be interviewed but also to leave a positive and lasting impression on the interviewer.
Here are some common interview faux-pas: