When social media exploded onto the scene a few years ago, it was as if hiring managers had discovered a gold mine. Suddenly, practically anything and everything they wanted to know about a job applicant was just a few keystrokes away.
Looking for a new job? First, conduct a social media check-up.
That Facebook photo of you with the lampshade on your head might get a laugh from your friends. But if you’re looking for a job, it might be best to keep it tucked away, where you can share it in private.
The fact is, there just aren’t enough people entering (or staying in) the workforce to serve our future needs and desires. Yes, the so-called “demographic drought” you may have been hearing about is real.
Hiring the best people available is vital to the success of any business. However, interviewing job candidates is one process that many owners and managers feel uncomfortable with, at best. All candidates are moving fast, including the star candidates.