With 25 million Americans working part-time, 20 million telecommuting, and 10 million working as independent contractors, employers can no longer ignore flexible workers as candidates for open jobs.
Have a look why flexible workers are becoming more attractive to companies.
The means of finding employees to fit in a role has undergone a sea change over the years. To be in the radar of the recruiters, it is advised by the job experts to try out the following tips:
- Crucial positions in an organization need reliable and time tested candidates and hence internal recruitments play a major role. So, be active in your organization to get noticed for such promotions.
- Volunteer to write in the industry related magazines and wherever possible. Ideas sometime communicate your ability. Don’t ever wonder for being called for a role with that reference.
- Recruiters are after simpler means to find candidates. Active Linkedin users have better chances over those with just a mailid. So, regular updation of profiles is advisable.
- Twitter seems to be the next best platform where recruiters meet the candidates.
- Even if you are not the best of the options available for the recruiter, an endorsement from a famous stalwart in your organization can be invaluable.
- Never miss a chance to present your views during the industrial events or else at least try to get enrolled even if you aren’t offered a chance.
- Although this is no more a secret, uploading your resume is quite a good idea. But don’t complain for being pestered with loaded inbox on your mails.
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