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Interview scores had no correlation with performance ?

Google has found that interview scores had no correlation with performance, of those who got hired Continue reading

23 % of Job candidates pulling out of hiring process

Shortlisted job candidates who pull out of the hiring process are hurting company productivity, according to a survey by global talent solutions company, Hudson. Twenty three per cent of the respondents withdrew from the recruitment process, while about a quarter were willing to reject job offers after they had signed on the dotted line. Hudson … Continue reading

The Most Harmful Interview Mistakes: Answering cell phone or texting

In a nationwide CareerBuilder survey conducted by Harris Interactive© among more than 3,000 employers, hiring and human resource managers were asked to rate the biggest mistakes candidates make during interviews and share their most unusual interview memories. Most Harmful Common Mistakes Hiring managers say the following are the mistakes most detrimental to your interview performance: … Continue reading

Interview Questions – 3 Must and Why

Interviewing job candidates is tough, especially because some candidates are a lot better at interviewing than they are at working. To get the core info you need about the candidates you interview, here’s a simple but incredibly effective interview technique I learned from John Younger, the CEO of Accolo, a cloud recruiting solutions provider. (If … Continue reading

For Dummies | Skills and Personal Qualities that Employers Want

Popular skills that employers want A roundup of several surveys suggests skills that employers often admire. The following list is representative but not comprehensive: Effective communication: Employers seek candidates who can listen to instructions and act on those instructions with minimal guidance. They want employees who speak, write, and listen effectively, organize their thoughts logically, … Continue reading

Recruiting | Europe | Social media cannot yet compete with existing recruitment channels

Social media are more and more used for recruitment. But some recruiters are still doubtful. The debate is hot. Hard facts are needed. StepStone recently carried out a survey to collect information and statistics about this increasingly popular use . The key findings (extracted from the report) Organisations use social media mainly for recruitment About … Continue reading

Common Phone Interview Questions by Interviewers

Dougles Chan – Being prepared for a phone interview is very important because it is the bridge for you to be invited for an official face-to-face interview. Hence, you can get prepare of the phone interview by knowing what are the possible questions the interviewers will ask you. Having good and adequate preparation on what are the … Continue reading

Hiring Managers Share the Most Memorable Interview Mistakes in Annual CareerBuilder Survey – CareerBuilder

In a nationwide CareerBuilder survey conducted by Harris Interactive© among more than 3,000 employers, hiring and human resource managers were asked to rate the biggest mistakes candidates make during interviews and share their most unusual interview memories. Most Harmful Common Mistakes Hiring managers say the following are the mistakes most detrimental to your interview performance: … Continue reading

Extreme Interviewing: More Companies Conducting Non-Traditional Job Interviews | Moneyland | TIME.com

A recent Los Angeles Times story explores the trend it refers to as “extreme interviewing,” in which candidates are subjected to shenanigans that wouldn’t seem out of place on a reality TV program like “The Apprentice” or “Survivor.” College students applying for an internship with one company were asked to make the case why they … Continue reading

How to Ace Your Next Phone Screening Interview | CAREEREALISM

The reality is that the HR person’s role is screen OUT more than screen IN: to look for any excuse to reject rather than accept a candidate. The human impulse to help people can be replaced by the “inhuman,” unforgiving response to any typographical error or small doubt about any given candidate. It isn’t about … Continue reading

91% of Employers Check Job Seekers’ Social Media: Infographic | The Savvy Intern by YouTern

According to a survey of 300 hiring professionals conducted by Reppler, a social media monitoring service for managing online presence, a job candidate’s social network is thoroughly examined during the hiring process by 91 percent of employers and recruiters. Consider the findings from the survey below: The most utilized social network to screen candidates is … Continue reading

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