KC Global Talent Solutions Blog
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We write about best practices and trends in recruitment, tips for job seekers and other topics under human resources and employment.
Text messaging is a valuable communications tool that recruiters can use to easily connect with candidates. It helps increase engagement and improve the hiring process through faster delivery of information and effective management of expectations. It also facilitates uninterrupted communication, helping a recruiter cut down unproductive correspondence with less qualified or uninterested candidates.
Recruitment firms remain a viable choice for companies that want to expand their workforce. Clients acquire additional human resources to accomplish tasks generated by inquiries and services availed by clients. However, companies can’t always conduct the recruitment process on their own considering their tight schedules and the substantial amount of workloads.
After days or weeks of waiting, your application was noticed and you got invited for a face-to-face interview. On paper, you were deemed qualified – nice! But how would you ensure that once you walk in that door, you will go home with a signed job offer in your hand and a new career opportunity to look forward to? For that to happen, you have to get ready for the big day by doing three (3) things:
As a jobseeker, you might be wondering what recruiters look for in their talent pool to bring in the best candidates fit for their job requirements – especially if you are a fresh graduate excited to explore the world of “adulting”. To give you a head start, here are some qualities you need to possess to know if you can be classified as among the best:
Have you experienced being assisted by a recruiter to get a better job or perhaps hire your current top performer? If so, then you just found a gold mine. A good recruiter is someone you need to keep for he will constantly provide you with better, if not, great results.
In response to the global financial crisis of 2009, the Philippine Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) issued an advisory on how to adopt flexible work arrangements as a guide for private establishments to carry out. In a press release from DOLE, the organization cited that these guidelines will help organizations that wish to adopt flexible work arrangements as a “coping mechanism and remedial measure” in alleviating the effects of the global financial crisis on a local level.