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How Online Platforms Help in Achieving Organized Recruitment Marketing

Considering the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on our lives, online platforms have significantly assisted organizations to fulfill their desired requirements. The recruitment process has shifted from being offline to online, owing to the availability of various online platforms. This has prompted both employees as well as employers to reap its benefits in their professional [&hellip
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Why is it Essential to Safeguard the Mental Health of Remote Employees?

While the extent of the COVID-19 is immeasurable and is continuing to cause chaos, many companies have settled down on the concept of remote working as the new normal. Employees may feel this shift to be highly beneficial in the beginning. However, remote working has its own set of challenges, primarily concerning mental health. Let’s [&hellip
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Remote Hiring: An Effective Way to Meet Hiring Requirements

Covid-19 has not only posed to be a threat to the health of people, but also to the well-being of companies. In the near future, there lies a massive challenge in front of recruiters as quarantine and social distancing has forced many to return to their hometowns. However, this phase also poses an excellent opportunity [&hellip
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A Compact Guide for Reopening Small Businesses

As most of us prepare to resume work after the lockdown relaxation, people are extending their questions concerning the new working norms. Small businesses are hesitant about how they can reopen their operations in a safe and secure manner. Addressing the numerous concerns of small businesses, a small and compact guide has been rolled out [&hellip
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7 Tips to Beat the Employee Blues

In a recently published report, the IMF said that the global economy is expected to shrink by 3% – the steepest decline since the Great Depression nearly a century ago. Although they tempered this by suggesting a partial rebound next year, the forecast is still characterized by “extreme uncertainty.” Under a best-case scenario, the world [&hellip
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How to Recruit in the New Remote Work Landscape

The growing acceptance of remote working culture has emphasized the need for modifications and adjustments in the recruitment processes. The traditional method of face to face interviews and meetings are no longer feasible due to the existing scenario surrounding the Coronavirus Pandemic. That being the case, recruiters must hire employees through a remote hiring process. [&hellip
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How Temporary Work Could Offer a Lifeline for Recruiters during Coronavirus

The emergence of the ongoing pandemic has brought the whole world under a pause. Major countries are facing lockdown, offices are closed, economies are adversely impacted, and unemployment is at its peak. Businesses that thrived on large public gatherings are the worst hit. Moreover, travel & tourism companies, entertainment, shopping malls, and restaurants are facing [&hellip
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Debunking Myths About Contract Employment

When a person thinks about contract employment, too many stereotypes, myths, and hearsays come to their mind. These myths end up demotivating potential employees from taking up contractual jobs. However, given the stark rise in opportunities due to globalization and the internet, contractual employment has garnered a much wider scope to offer to skilled people. [&hellip
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4 Business Benefits of Having a Remote Team

The merits of working remotely have been reaped successfully by several conglomerates across the globe. This win-win situation of this work culture is evident across many multinational companies. Some companies are still wary of adopting this unconventional working style, fearing a loss of control over their employees’ productivity. These fears, however, are groundless and misinformed [&hellip
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4 Tips on How to Provide a Great Candidate Experience Remotely

Companies across the globe are shifting towards a virtual environment. Moreover, employees are inclining towards work from home culture and recruiters are favoring remote hiring. In such an environment, it becomes imperative for a recruiter to look at various challenging factors that are out of their direct control. However, there are a number of steps [&hellip
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5 Ways to Work From Home Without Distractions

No hassle of transportation, the flexibility of time, and working from the comfort of your couch. These are some of the clichéd points that make work from home sound so alluring. However, in reality, a number of points make it extremely difficult, especially distractions. These distractions get you out of your seat when you are [&hellip
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5 Skills Great Recruiters Possess

A recruiter’s role is probably the hardest to fill in an organization. To satisfy staffing needs, most organizations outsource to temp agencies. Very good recruiters are hard to find, and the truly outstanding ones are fewer still. You’ll want to employ a recruiter with excellent skills. If you’re in search of a top-notch recruiter for [&hellip
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How to Mitigate The Risk of Having Work-at-Home Employees

In the history of the workplace, there’s never been a better time than the present to have employees work from home. The advancement in technology has removed the barriers that once prevented this from happening.  Working from home, like other things, comes with its pros and cons. However, organizations only see its disadvantages, which many [&hellip
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Top 5 Strategies For Effective Virtual Recruitment

Recruiting is a process that is both time-consuming and expensive. For a firm with up to 500 employees, hiring costs an average of $7645. This doesn’t account for the long hours spent interviewing candidates and combing through tons of job applications.  Fortunately, recruiters have technology on their side. Developers have created software programs that scan [&hellip
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How to Run a Business Remotely

Today’s world of technological innovation and mass connectivity has brought an end to many conventional ways of doing things. The “global village” which now exists, ensures needs are met via the use of a laptop or a phone, and a good internet connection. As for businesses, this has brought about a new trend: working remotely. [&hellip
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How COVID-19 is Affecting the Workplace

Just less than 24 hours ago, the World Health Organization labeled the COVID-19 as a pandemic. According to WHO’s definition, a pandemic is a worldwide spread of a new disease. Reports place the figures of infected persons at around 120,000 in about 114 countries. While the disease isn’t as fatal as other pandemics, it is [&hellip
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When to Negotiate Salary and When to Not

The question of when to negotiate salary is one that many job seekers grapple with. Should you always negotiate an offered salary, or is it dependent upon the situation and in which situation is it ok to speak up and ask for more without the risk of losing the offer altogether? The good news is; [&hellip
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5 Ways to Increase Productivity

Successful individuals maximize their time to make each day as productive as possible. To reveal your potential success, you must learn to make the most of every hour of every day. The only way you can increase output is to either put in more hours or work smarter. Follow these five tips to work smarter [&hellip
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Gratitude Goes a Long Way

The Importance of Sending a Thank You Email After a Job Interview  You perfected your resume and cover letter, had a stellar phone interview and were selected for an in-person interview. Next, you spent a significant amount of time preparing and gave it your all once you were in the hot seat. You walk out [&hellip
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