Trust. Hard to gain, easy to lose. In recruitment, it is important to build trust. How can you tell a recruiter you can trust? What are their traits?
What does a professional profile have to do with a nice relationship between a recruiter and a job seeker? How can you improve your job chances?
In this season of love, we focus on the recruiters-job seeker relationship. We highlight the things that help the relationship grow. First, articulate.
61 million candidates born between the mid-90s and 2000s i.e. Millennials have started entering the workforce and they’re seriously changing the dynamics of the industry.
Most HR managers cringe whenever they see this word, maybe you even did or your face is screwed up in disgust. Remote working is not necessary evil especially now it’s becoming more and more requested by staff because of the Lagos traffic situations.
The recruiting and hiring process is not what it used to be and you’ve probably felt the impact of this first-hand. Quality talent is scarce and above budget.
Using the web for your small business operations has never been more important. In a day and age where there are seemingly endless tools for pushing small businesses forward, the small business owner who neglects to embrace the web risks falling behind the competition.
Remote work is becoming the major way employers get a competent workforce as they do not have to spend so much on a physical space and can manage them without breaking the bank. It is definitely the future of work.
Time is money. When lost, it cannot be gotten back.
Writing things down is one of the major ways to reduce the rate of forgetfulness and help timeliness.
Friends are the ones who stand with you through the toughest times, they are the ones who stay when your life is not rosy and they are the ones who live footprints in your heart.