17 Oct 2017
Nariman Maher
Country Manager Egypt
Inferential Reasoning and the Power of Implicit Search in Sourcing Candidates

Inferential Reasoning and the Power of Implicit Search in Sourcing Candidates

BY: ROSS DZURKO  The pressure to hunt and capture the right candidates continues to mount on recruiters. With unemployment at a 16-year low and a growing talent shortage, especially in high-tech jobs, recruitment is an uphill battle that job postings alone cannot address. A recent survey by Talent Tech Labs found 69 percent of business leaders are worried about the talent sho...

By Nariman Maher on 17 Oct, 2017 at 15:58:21
16 Oct 2017
Chippy Thomas
Senior Search Consultant at Gulf Managers Executive Search
How to Be a Hardworking Employee Without Sacrificing Your Personal Life

How to Be a Hardworking Employee Without Sacrificing Your Personal Life

BY: ABBY WOLFE Let’s be real for a second. These days, many of us live in a world of excess, where more is definitely better. We heap our plates full with seconds when we’re already full, overstuff a drawer with t-shirts we’ll never wear again, and ensure that we own at least 20 mugs. (I know, I know—each of those mugs serves a very specific purpo...

By Chippy Thomas on 16 Oct, 2017 at 16:02:25
15 Oct 2017
Jonna Marjorie
Admin Assistant at Forum International Management Consultants
Need an Applicant Tracking System? Here Are Your 10 Best Options:

Need an Applicant Tracking System? Here Are Your 10 Best Options:

BY: RECRUITER TOP 10  Welcome to Top 10, Recruiter.com’s weekly rundown of the best of the best in recruiting! Every Friday, we release a list of some of our favorite people, things, and ideas dominating the industry. From awesome tech tools and cool companies to great books and powerful trends, no stone in the recruiting space will be left unturned. This Week:&nbs...

By Jonna Marjorie on 15 Oct, 2017 at 15:16:47
12 Oct 2017
Habiba Fouad
Associate Director
Always Take the First Interview

Always Take the First Interview

BY: ANGELA COPELAND One day, out of the blue, you receive a call from a recruiter. They’re recruiting for a position you’ve never even heard of, let alone applied for. You don’t know how they got your name or phone number. The recruiter asks if you know anyone who might be interested. It’s always a surprising call to receive, even if you’ve received sim...

By Habiba Fouad on 12 Oct, 2017 at 16:29:55
11 Oct 2017
Karen Madi- Nidea
Senior Associate Consultant at Gulfbankers
How to Screen Candidates for Good Business Ethics

How to Screen Candidates for Good Business Ethics

BY: ALISON NAPOLITANO “You can always train someone who’s missing desired skills. But it’s impossible to implant core values into someone who lacks them.” — National Ethics Association “Business ethics” refers to ethical business practices in areas such as sales and sourcing, but it also means embracing a corporate culture of fairness and di...

By Karen Madi- Nidea on 11 Oct, 2017 at 16:22:49
10 Oct 2017
Reena Kumari
Senior Associate Consultant
How to Talk Your Boss Into Letting You Have a Flexible Schedule

How to Talk Your Boss Into Letting You Have a Flexible Schedule

BY: JASON MCDOWELL The way America works is changing fast, but some businesses refuse to accept it. Many companies cling to traditional work models despite countless studies showing the benefits flexible work programs have for both workers and the entities for which they work for. In these cases, it’s up to the employee to convince management of the value of flexible work. When the...

By Reena Kumari on 10 Oct, 2017 at 16:19:04
09 Oct 2017
Nariman Maher
Country Manager Egypt
How to Start – or Change – Your Career on the Right Foot

How to Start – or Change – Your Career on the Right Foot

BY: TANA M. SESSION  In May and June, million of graduates threw their caps in the air, rejoicing at the completion of their college degrees. After four years of hitting the books, now it’s time to find a grind and get on it. The good news is the job market has definitely improved since the crash of 2008. When the global financial earthquake hit, it certain...

By Nariman Maher on 09 Oct, 2017 at 14:28:58
08 Oct 2017
Rhomiela Diafante
Associate Consultant
Dear Graduates: Get Ready to Take Risks, Prove Your Passion, and Learn Fast

Dear Graduates: Get Ready to Take Risks, Prove Your Passion, and Learn Fast

BY: PAT BAKEY Many people spend their childhoods confidently answering the question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” When we respond, we do so unconstrained and driven by passion. We typically answer with creative or bold responses. Funny thing is, once we “grow up,” that confidence and boldness typically fades. Now that you have your diploma in hand...

By Rhomiela Diafante on 08 Oct, 2017 at 14:20:55
05 Oct 2017
Chippy Thomas
Senior Search Consultant at Gulf Managers Executive Search
Hello, I Must Be Going: Today’s Job Hoppers Have No Time for a Gold Watch

Hello, I Must Be Going: Today’s Job Hoppers Have No Time for a Gold Watch

BY: FERRIS KAPLAN  Your parents and grandparents likely had only a few jobs before settling in with one company until retirement. For you, that’s probably not the case. According to a PwC report, millennials – those born between 1980 and 2000 – comprise a quarter of the workforce. They are the largest generation since the soon-to-retire baby boomers, and they ...

By Chippy Thomas on 05 Oct, 2017 at 14:42:22
04 Oct 2017
Ayah Mohamed
Associate Consultant at GulfBankers Executive Search
Hiring for Curiosity, the Overlooked Key to Business Innovation

Hiring for Curiosity, the Overlooked Key to Business Innovation

BY: MICHAEL HVISDOS AND JANET GERHARD  As curiosity becomes increasingly important to business success, employers must grapple with a difficult question: How do you recruit for and create a team of highly curious individuals? Many environmental factors inside an organization can nurture or suppress an individual’s curiosity, but very little has been done to help hiring manager...

By Ayah Mohamed on 04 Oct, 2017 at 14:28:56
03 Oct 2017
Jonna Marjorie
Admin Assistant at Forum International Management Consultants
Nailing the Interview Process, Part 3: Research, Research, Research

Nailing the Interview Process, Part 3: Research, Research, Research

BY: BOB MCINTOSH  You’ve heard it over and over again: You need to do your research before an interview. Why? Because: - When you do your research, you’re more prepared. - When you’re more prepared, you’ll be more confident. - When you’re more confident, you’ll do better. The last thing you want to do is wing it in an interview. You&r...

By Jonna Marjorie on 03 Oct, 2017 at 14:31:16
02 Oct 2017
Karen Madi- Nidea
Senior Associate Consultant at Gulfbankers
10 Browser Extensions Every Recruiter Should Install

10 Browser Extensions Every Recruiter Should Install

BY: RECRUITER TOP 10   Welcome to Top 10, Recruiter.com’s weekly rundown of the best of the best in recruiting! Every Friday, we release a list of some of our favorite people, things, and ideas dominating the industry. From awesome tech tools and cool companies to great books and powerful trends, no stone in the recruiting space will be left unturned. This Wee...

By Karen Madi- Nidea on 02 Oct, 2017 at 14:57:11
01 Oct 2017
Habiba Fouad
Associate Director
5 Qualities That Make You Stand Out to Recruiters

5 Qualities That Make You Stand Out to Recruiters

BY: MIKE HEBERT  As we’ve all experienced firsthand, it can be difficult to catch an employer’s or recruiter’s attention. When hundreds of candidates apply to a single job post, it’s no longer enough to simply meet all the qualifications. So, what else are recruiters looking for in potential employees? There are five qualities that make the big...

By Habiba Fouad on 01 Oct, 2017 at 15:31:03
28 Sep 2017
Nariman Maher
Country Manager Egypt
Why Employees Love Feedback But Hate Reviews

Why Employees Love Feedback But Hate Reviews

BY: MICHAEL HELLER  Employees want feedback – especially millennials. With millennials set to comprise 75 percent of the global workforce by 2025, the desire for feedback among workers will only grow. Given how much employees crave feedback, you may be surprised to learn they’re not so keen on performance reviews. What’s going on here? Gen...

By Nariman Maher on 28 Sep, 2017 at 15:15:21
27 Sep 2017
Chippy Thomas
Senior Search Consultant at Gulf Managers Executive Search
Employers Are on the Hunt for ’Informed Candidates’ – But They Can’t Seem to Find Many

Employers Are on the Hunt for ’Informed Candidates’ – But They Can’t Seem to Find Many

... building and promoting their employer brands, companies will have an easier time being truthful and transparent. That, in turn, will lead to more informed candidates. Meeting in the Middle All that being said, employers and recruiters are not solely to blame. Job seekers aren’t perfect, and we all know at least one guy who’s still banking on the old “spray and pray” method to get him hired somewhere. Job seekers struggling to get noticed should take it upon themselves to become the informed candidates hiring decision-makers are after. “What we’ve found is employers want candidates to do their homework and to come prepared to an employer knowing about the company, ready to ask good questions about the job, the role, growth opportunities, and where ...

By Chippy Thomas on 27 Sep, 2017 at 15:44:33
26 Sep 2017
Reena Kumari
Senior Associate Consultant
Nailing the Interview Process, Part 2: Know Thyself

Nailing the Interview Process, Part 2: Know Thyself

BY: BOB MCINTOSH  Interviewing for a job is tough. If it were easy, people like me wouldn’t have to write articles like this one. One of the biggest challenges of the interview process is knowing yourself – really knowing yourself. A great way to know yourself is to do a SWOT analysis. Some of you have probably done SWOT analyses at work, so you&rs...

By Reena Kumari on 26 Sep, 2017 at 14:52:35
25 Sep 2017
Ayah Mohamed
Associate Consultant at GulfBankers Executive Search
4 Subtle Changes That Will Boost Employee Morale

4 Subtle Changes That Will Boost Employee Morale

BY: JOHN STEVENS  Organizations put a lot of effort into boosting employee productivity, often by offering perks like free food or coffee. Unfortunately, companies tend to pay a lot less attention to what really matters: employee morale. According to The Engagement Institute, disengaged employees cost organizations up to $550 billion annually. It also doesn’t help th...

By Ayah Mohamed on 25 Sep, 2017 at 16:05:10
24 Sep 2017
Rhomiela Diafante
Associate Consultant
The Million-Dollar Recruiting Risk: How Behavioral Benchmarks Take the Danger Out of Hiring

The Million-Dollar Recruiting Risk: How Behavioral Benchmarks Take the Danger Out of Hiring

...ensure safe operations. These requirements apply as much to plant systems as they do to organizational management and talent performance. Safety is woven into every aspect of operations and culture, from rigorous emergency response planning to cultivating sound employee performance practices. Nuclear energy companies need to develop people in key who roles who are capable of handling both methodical, day-to-day operations and potentially unimaginable situations, such as the Fukushima, Japan, crisis of 2011. Here’s the rub for recruiters: Nuclear energy plants require leading-edge technologies to operate safely and effectively, so there is a bias toward employing engineers who are highly analytical and technically proficient to manage operations. Recruiters in the secto...

By Rhomiela Diafante on 24 Sep, 2017 at 15:06:32
22 Sep 2017
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