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Because of social distancing, many companies are pulling back on national or global advertising. They started limiting their geographic search and are now looking locally first.
This could be go...
Face-to-face interviews are not really possible and recommended anymore, and everybody’s been replacing them with their video equivalent.
How a company adapts its interview process can be a prev...
The onboarding process for newly hired candidates is becoming virtual, too.
You need to offer plenty of resources and information, with scheduled conversations through video. You need t...
In the past, 44% of companies wouldn’t entertain remote working, and now pretty much every company has to do it.
Companies will have to see that their employees can be productive at home. Som...
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When the interviewer asks you, “Tell me about yourself”, he is hoping this question will get you talking. It will give him a first impression of you, and set the tone for the inte...
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The recruitment process hasn’t changed much during the ongoing pandemic, apart from Zoom interviews, and the virtual onboarding.
Job seekers do not have much to tweak in their interview st...
We have to let go of the mindset of 'nobody is hiring now.'
Though we see in the news and on LinkedIn that companies are experiencing layoffs, and there are widespread hiring freezes and shutdowns, many sectors are showing remarkable growth. Digital education, Publishing, IT and Medical sectors are a few examples.
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