In the age of digitalization, social media has taken the world by storm. Therefore, it should not come as a shock that some companies are favoring Facebook as a recruitment platform. In this article, we shall look at how we can optimize the popular online media platform for our employment needs.
In this age of digitization, advanced technology has enabled remote services including e-commerce and online lectures, which allow individuals to benefit from the comfort of their homes. This newfound convenience has also improved an aspect of employment, through phone interviews.
Finding the right person for the right job has always been an issue for companies in every field. Some recruitment campaigns seem to be more successful than others. Finding out what they are doing right helps you to find out what you may be doing wrong.
Here are 5 warning signals that should gain the attention of any recruiter to have their campaigns redeveloped.
Hiring faculty and leadership positions is one of the chief duties of the board of education or the school board in most cases. Equally—in most cases, it is a task for which they are supremely unqualified and may not have a clue as to how to go about it.
Finding the right faculty for US school districts should be easy with today’s technological advancements. Ironically, most of the time, job postings either go ignored or the school has to spend hours looking through resumes and scrutinizing potential teachers.