Searching for an exciting job in the best companies has made Gen Ys famous for being job hoppers, but this should not deter companies from hiring younger workers, says Ben Fuller, Sales Manager of Bullhorn Australia.
A perceived lack of company loyalty combined with the high cost of turnover for employers has earned Gen Y a reputation for being unpredictable and impulsive.
However, it’s not quite as black and white as that. Gen Ys have proven to be talented, tech-savvy…Continue
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For companies of any size, it could be said that hiring is the most basic human resources function. Without good employees, a small business has little chance to flourish.
Think about the ultimate small business employee. They…Continue
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They say that “to err is human.” Indeed. Even after more than twenty years in human resources, I recently found myself guilty of some rookie hiring mistakes. Here’s my story, offered as encouragement to help others avoid similar errors.
I was helping a senior manager hire for a frontline supervisory role. When I tell you that the prior supervisor, though highly competent and a hard worker, had a contentious relationship with…Continue
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Mediocrity is the comfortable curse that some in recruitment seem to be willing to live with. The downside is that you cannot grow from being comfortable with mediocrity. For every star performer in the recruitment sector we have hundreds, who hang…Continue
Selective talent acquisition is where you identify and find the best person for your available role; persuade them to surrender what they’re doing now, and come and join your…Continue
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Managers very often rely on their intuition or ‘gut feel’ when making staffing decisions. In my experience, it’s amazing how often we hear “it just felt right”, “she seems like a good fit” or “I feel very comfortable with him”. There’s a lot of…Continue
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