The COVID-19 pandemic moved many companies to hire virtually to adhere to social-distancing measures set by respective governments.
The COVID-19 pandemic severely impacts the financial stability of businesses worldwide, pushing them to realign their talent management strategies to keep their top employees and avoid retrenching them.
The COVID-19 pandemic poses many challenges for recruiters and hiring managers on finding top candidates. The “new normal” shifts the traditional recruitment process into digitization as it adjusts the usual approach to create a safe environment for both recruiters and applicants to avoid the health risks of COVID-19.
Two months since the government placed Luzon in Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ), many companies imposed a work from home arrangement. With this, employees have been doing their work and meetings virtually.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, online job portals or job boards have already taken the world by storm. They offer convenience to both job seekers and employers. And everything both parties need is accessible in a single click.
It makes sense to hire from within. Outside candidates are more costly, take longer to adapt, and leave at higher rates. By contrast, promoting internally costs next to nothing and fosters company loyalty.
The majority of workers today are millennials. By 2025, they will occupy 75% of the labor force. Known for job-hopping, it’s predicted they will change jobs 20 times in their career. The average cost of turnover to an employer is US$15,000 per lost employee.
Are you looking to break free from your workplace routine? Have you got your eyes on any up and coming startups? Or are you just considering your current career options? If these are questions you find yourself wondering the answers to, then you should consider joining a startup company as your next career move.
Executive Headhunters are the go-to when it comes to hiring hard-to-fill positions of technical, niche, and administrative nature. In recent times, they evolved beyond the common goal of locating the right candidate fit for leadership roles in an organization.
Today, three generations dominate the workplace: the Millennials, Generation X, and the Baby Boomers. They range in age from 22-73 years old and represent 93% of the workforce. With an age gap of 50+ years, these workers bring distinct challenges, strengths, and expectations to the workplace.