Not many people in recruiting can say: “I have no idea who Hung Lee is”. He is one of the most recognizable faces of the industry, the CEO and Founder of Workshape.io.
Outsiders may think that IT is a pretty dynamic sector. But the reality is… probably even more extreme. Technologies and coding languages change, how and where they are applied can vary dramatically from company to company.
Human beings are incredibly complex. Processes that govern our brains are still largely a mystery. However, one thing is sure – do not trust your brain. Decisions we make as recruiters are subject to biases – and those can lead to unfair or simply bad hiring decisions.
The last couple of decades have seen huge shifts in how we hire. This change touches all segments of the economy, but we think IT recruiting has been on the
For the large part of recruiting business LinkedIn is the place to go. However, there are some drawbacks.
No company can grow without new hires, and recruitment agencies promise to make this process pain-free. In most cases – they truly do! However, in order to be upfront with our potential clients, we would love to show you all the benefits, drawbacks, and question marks one should take into account before signing on the line which is dotted.
Yesterday my colleague said that It’s good to measure things. I don’t agree. Maybe a few years ago it was nice to collect data. Now it is a necessity. LinkedIn in their report about Global Recruitment Trends for 2019 claims that “Data is winning over Talent Professionals”. And with this, I agree.
You probably, at least once, asked yourself the question “What areas should I develop if I want increase my seniority level?”. Or maybe during recruitment process you asked yourself what kind and level of skills you are looking for in your candidate. I find those kinds of situations rather difficult if your company doesn’t have or follow the career paths.