As bizarre as the title sounds, it is true that most organisation’s today ask for work experience for an entry-level job. Going by the words, an entry-level job position means the first job. So, how can the recruiters ask you for your work experience when you haven’t had any? This raises much confusion in the mind of freshers. They need a job to get the experience. However, recruiters need to see your expertise to give you a role. There must be a way to get through this. Recruiters have a purpose behind every job description that they post. (more…)
With the world advancing at a fast rate, your employees need to possess skills that bring the best for the company. Trends change from time to time, and it is the organisation’s responsibility to provide learning and skill development to its employees regularly. Being an employer, you might provide all the facilities for your employees to learn and to grow, but, how do you bring about the interest in them to take up everything you offer? How do you motivate the workforce to learn and develop? There are many ways to ensure that your employees are always motivated and are have a productive day every day. (more…)
Times have changed drastically in every aspect of life lately. So have recruitment processes. Employers have made a few significant changes in the recruitment process, and it is all for good. Gone are the days when you typed out all your professional information manually and printed it out on A4 sheets, and sent out to recruiters what you called your resume. Now, with a variety of templates to choose from, professional services offered by expert resume writers, technology being used to make it more creative, more professional- resume writing itself has become as competitive as job seeking. Moreover, with the use of artificial intelligence systems like the ATS or the applicant tracking system, building the best resume has become even harder and requires more strategic thinking than ever before. (more…)
In today’s interconnected world, many job-seekers are considering placements across the globe. In fact, 17 per cent of employees relocate for a job. If you’re considering moving for work, it’s important to be prepared for a job search that requires quite a bit of travel.
Travelling for interviews, however, can amplify the stress of the typical job search process. You still need to be engaging, creative and quick which is not easy while jet-lagged and exhausted. Here are a few tips on how to ace a travel interview and achieve professional success. (more…)