Hi again! The Islander is back and he need to talk with you about some of the best recruiting trends of the year of 2019! As you already know I am a Global Recruitment Manager, and as a GRM our job push our “creative bone” each and every day. Of course this happens for a … Continue reading 6 Recruiting Trends You Need to Know Before 2020
On my first day at CBT as a Talent Acquisition, I was given a couple of weekly goals, one of them was to create and expand my LinkedIn network. A TA without a network? Yes, I know! There is no denying that nowadays networking is fundamental not only as a way of doing business, but … Continue reading Networking From a Rookie
The market has evolved in the last couple of years. In addition to candidates’ academic built, now recruiters and companies always look for something less pragmatic: the social skill. The will to succeed in their professional path comes hand-in-hand with a personal component, the extra-curricular. As recruiters we look at a couple of things: Academic … Continue reading What Do Companies Search in a Candidate? by the Relentless
Communication is in my opinion the major determinant of the success of an interview. If we cannot make the right communication, we run the risk of being misunderstood, of being frowned upon, of being understood as less competent than we really are, and even of creating stereotypes about our person that can not only harm … Continue reading Why is Communication In Interviews Important and How to Excel At It
Imagine this scenario: after applying for a million jobs and refreshing your mail box more times that you can count, the email finally comes through – you are the lucky one selected for an interview! You are filled with joy and enthusiasm but, hold up, they want to do it over Skype. Skype haters gonna … Continue reading How to Nail Your Skype Interviews | By the Red Head
HR – Human Resources, this definition always made me thought that maybe we are doing something wrong, I will elaborate on that idea later. The Business Dictionary defines this term as being a “division of a company” that deals with areas like “recruiting and hiring new people”, “orientation and training” and other areas. We have … Continue reading The Hyper: HR, It’s Really About People!
No, it's not! 🙂 But hold your horses for the true is... far worse. 😦 Accordingly to a research published in the The Journal of Neuroscience our brains judge someone within milliseconds. Even more bizarre, we judge people face trustworthiness even without ever seeing it! Based on that kind of information, you can only hope … Continue reading Is it True that the Recruiter Knows if He’s Going to Hire You in the First 5 Seconds?
As human beings living in society, there are certain complex rules involving social situations that we should follow in order to best fit in the professional environments we want to become part of. To every particular situation, we must adapt, molding bits and pieces of our demeanour in order to better perform in said social … Continue reading Interview Persona, Should You Have One or Not? | By The Android
The interview is another important stage in the recruitment process. The issue raised is very pertinent. There are several currents of thought on this issue. Some say that it is important to shape ourselves for this moment, others say just to be ourselves. In my opinion the positions complement themselves. It is important to show … Continue reading Interview Persona, Should You Have One or Not? | By The Kaizen
This is a difficult topic to talk about, since my interviews are all made by Skype. Obviously even in a video call the first impression is always the one that stays, and therefore there are some care that the candidates must take into account. Both situations have already existed: candidates who have made the effort … Continue reading What to Dress To An Interview by The Brave