In-House Recruitment Is Dead. Long Live Outsourced In-House.

I’m a recruiter at heart. So, I fully endorse any and all methods that result in clients attracting, hiring and retaining talent as and when they need. But the days are numbered for internal recruiters. Companies’ needs are changing, and agency recruitment is having to evolve to match. Leaders are denouncing relics of the past… Continue reading In-House Recruitment Is Dead. Long Live Outsourced In-House.

‘Coffee cup’ test and the secret of Xero boss’s recruitment process

“Attitude is more important than qualification or experience” Xero Australia – managing director – Trent Innes has revealed his secret “coffee cup” job interview test. Speaking to The Venture Podcast with Lambros Photios, the local head of the $8.5 billion ASX-listed accounting software firm said he refuses to hire anyone who doesn’t offer to take… Continue reading ‘Coffee cup’ test and the secret of Xero boss’s recruitment process

Reskilling: The New Trend in Recruiting

If you can’t find new talent externally, consider using reskilling to build your new employees in-house. “Adaption is better than specializes in one skill” It doesn’t matter how talented your new hires are, or what stellar technology training they’ve received. Chances are within a few years those skills will be obsolete. Technology evolves so quickly… Continue reading Reskilling: The New Trend in Recruiting

Pieces of advice for start-up about Human Resource management

Issues Human resource management is an important functional activity that has a great impact on the success or failure of businesses, especially start-up businesses. However, start-up businesses with limited resources, especially the limitation of financial resources, are not really interested in human resource management In this article, the author will discuss some important issues that… Continue reading Pieces of advice for start-up about Human Resource management