Corporate Eye

Archive for September, 2015

business-ethics-sphere

In today’s post we set sail for the shores of ASIA-Pac to find out what jobseekers are looking for in a hiring company.

Company prestige appears to be one major attracting factor. “Corporate reputation is something very important to people,” says Heather Thompson, Armstrong Craven’s Singapore-based director, “Companies that have been through a difficult time in terms of reputation may experience negative short term consequences but, we find that they can maintain their status as … Read the rest

set-improvement-tools

Hiring the right candidate should be easy. After all, there are plenty of jobseekers out there, aren’t there? A recent study in the US revealed that 3 in 4 full-time employees were actively looking for new opportunities. Back in the UK, an ILM survey painted a similar picture, with 37% of employees planning to leave their current roles in 2015. And don’t forget all those hungry hotshot graduates entering the workforce every year!

So why … Read the rest

feedback

I have a confession to make. I once had to interview three candidates for a job. Selecting the best candidate was hard – all three were pretty impressive, but after a lot of thinking (and coffee) I made a choice which turned out pretty well. During the interviews, I’d told all the candidates I’d give them feedback, whatever my decision. But I was very busy in the week after the interviews, and the only one … Read the rest