The following section now provides you with an overview of the best practice to be adopted to ensure the commitment - individual and collective - of a company’s employees and their well-being in the company.
Find out 5 golden rules to avoid recruiting the wrong candidate... and missing out on a candidate that's less charming, but more competent!
One of the most pernicious and destructive cognitive biases within organizations, induced by the Peter principle, is the "preservation bias". Here are 5 key pieces of advice in order to counter this bias and its negative consequences.
The first encounter between two individuals can be a deciding factor in how the relationship will progress. First impressions have a significant impact on interviews, but these impressions are often subjective, based on the personal biases and judgments of the interviewer.
Recently, ‘Pokémon Go’ fever has gripped even the professional world. Recruiters and candidates find themselves caught up in the game to catch these friendly beasts.
There are some very useful lessons that can be learnt from this addictive game.
While the use of personality testing has increased over the past years, choosing the right assessment is still challenging for many organizations and HR professionals.
Here are a few tips to help you identify the right personality assessment for your recruitment process.