Interview bias can have a debilitating impact on a Company's ability to meet their corporate objectives. In a recent Harvard Business Review article -"Your Approach to Hiring is All Wrong", Peter Cappelli states that "Interviews are where biases[...]
Traditional interview formats where you ask candidates about their skills and experience to see if they’re a fit for the job—have been the industry standard for decades and if they work for you and your organisation then why change it you may ask?
Recruitment performed effectively to both reduce the risk of a 'bad hire' and allow for planned growth needs a thorough and well documented process.
When you get your hiring decisions right its a cause for celebration and relief as the pursuit of your departmental and corporate goals can continue unabated and with renewed gusto either as was or if its increased headcount with added momentum.[...]
It’s a topic which is paramount across the world to all business leaders, HR teams and hiring managers as they strive in search of their departmental and organisational goals. After all, without the people to deliver these"goals" in most[...]
Recruitment Inertia as we call it , is common within many businesses and relates to an organisational inability to move the recruitment process past a given internal stumbling block. This can often be as a result of the differing opinions of the[...]
Despite the continuing advancement in technology, which has impacted the career's market over recent years, such as, videos and behavioral testing, and online platforms, our experience is still telling us, that most perspective employers are[...]