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5 Ways to Get Better Applicants For Your Job Openings

Finding valuable employees is a challenging but rewarding task for every company. Good and devoted talents that put in the effort are the foundation of every successful company. Tech giants such as Amazon, Google, and Microsoft wouldn’t be as big as they are if they were hiring average and “good enough” employees. The problem with finding good workers is that it requires time and proficient recruiters. With a large increase in remote work, companies have even better chances of reaching experts worldwide. Another relief is that the internet offers many ways of hiring remotely.

How To Simplify Recruitment By Using These 7 Techniques

Companies concerned about the hiring process try to make it a fun and easy investment. However, it only takes a few tweaks to your hiring process to significantly impact your recruitment performance. Your business will only be as good as the people there. So if you want to be a competitive business, you need to move quickly and secure top talents during your hiring process. After all, one of the main reasons a hiring process fails is prolonged or not communicating with the candidate.

Detecting Red Flags During Your Remote Work Job Search

Remote work has become much more common since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. These days, many organizations have downsized their in-person workforces or at least offer employees some opportunities to work from home each week. For many people, the flexibility and convenience of working from home is a perk they can’t resist. If you’re thinking about joining the remote work movement, it’s important to realize that finding the right fit is just as important as it is when looking for a location-dependent job. You actually have to be even more careful since many “remote jobs” are actually scams designed to get free work or money out of you.

Using Innovative Approaches to Measure and Boost Employee Engagement and Productivity

Statistics say that only 15% of the world's one billion full-time workers are engaged at work. This is a staggeringly low percentage. It certainly sounds like employers are failing to keep their employees at their best capacity. Disengaged employees cost businesses a lot. It's something worth exploring and giving some extra thought to.

How Women Are Changing the Game in the Tech Industry

In the tech industry, it’s still largely a boys’ club. A 2021 study found that half of the women who start tech careers abandon them by the age of 35. Despite the push to fix the gender gap in the industry, there’s still a lot of work to do, and many women who want to work in tech end up not feeling comfortable and welcomed. Women also struggle to get promoted in the industry, which has led to poor representation and diversity in tech leadership.

How Would a Shorter Work Week Impact Productivity in a Remote Work Setting?

Most people appreciate the idea of working less and making the same amount of money. The shortened workweek gets a lot of buzz, but business leaders are justifiably hesitant to take it on. How can you work 20% less each year, and still grow as a business? Heck, if you take that much time off, you’ll almost certainly lose all your momentum.

9 Tips That Will Help You Form a Better Onboarding Process

Hiring a candidate can be challenging; sometimes, it can take lots of work. After months of trying to find the right fit for your company, you finally found it. Now, it’s the beginning of the onboarding process, the most important phase of the hiring process.

Top Tech-Related Career Opportunities for 2023

As we move deeper into the future, new career opportunities are taking their place as some of the most exciting to pursue in the new year. For those interested in the tech industry, it’s helpful to have a grasp of some compelling new career opportunities in the field. Here are the top tech-related career opportunities for 2023.

Creating Opportunities for Networking Within Your Remote Company

Remote working has increased the happiness and contentment of scores of employees around the world. From increased flexibility to better work-life balance, there’s no shortage of benefits that remote work has the potential to offer.

Unfortunately, there are some distinct challenges that can arise for remote companies that in-person offices may not face. One of the most significant obstacles for remote organizations is providing networking opportunities for employees within your company.

Here are some effective ways to create opportunities for networking within your remote company.

Top MBA Skills & Experience Your Dream Employer Is Looking For

When pursuing a dream role, it’s always good to consider and hone the skills that your potential employer is looking for in candidates. Unfortunately, determining which skills you should focus on cultivating to make you more attractive in the eyes of your dream employer can be tricky.

Thankfully, having some guidance around distinguishing which key MBA skills employers look for can make the process easier to navigate. Here are the top MBA skills and experience your dream employer is looking for.