This infographic takes a look at the corporate culture of some very popular 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.
Source: Designed by Graphs, Visual.ly, How to Write A CV
Posted in Business, Infographic, Life, People
Tagged Candidates, Employees, Industry Events, Jobs, Positions, Recruiter, Recruiting, Twitter
If your company is considering allowing employees to bring their own devices to work, make sure you have a game plan in place.
BYOD has freed up many enterprises from the responsibility of exclusively purchasing and maintaining computing devices, such as notebooks, tablets and smartphones, but companies still need to have policies set in place to make things work.
BizTech magazine has put together an infographic that highlights six core questions every company should consider before moving forward with BYOD:
Who buys the devices?
What’s the right policy?
What’s the employee’s role?
What’s the impact on IT?
How do we tackle security?
How about apps?
For each of these questions, we’ve outlined a good answer, which we’d advise you to follow; a bad answer, which probably isn’t the best way to handle things; and an ugly answer, which should be avoided at all costs. Hopefully, this will help your company remain on the pleasant side of this growing workplace trend.
Jobs are a tricky thing. At least for us new post-graduates. We scour job sites, send out applications, and sometimes get responses. But what happens when the jobs you get take you outside of your home? Relocation is a reality for many professions, both young and old. Relocation is never easy, and not everyone is accepting these far away offers.
Many potential canidates are put off by the thought of selling their home and finding a new one. Others are afraid to leave their families and friends, starting new in an unknown city. And another big group are put off by higher cost of living that is associated with many locations. These problems are giant drawbacks to relocating, but and luckily companies are compensating with incentive packages.
Would a hefty relocation bonus, higher salary or temporary housing bonuses sway you to relocate? Let us know!
Source: Daily Infographic, Atlasvanlines.com
September 13, 2012 in Business, Infographic, Life, People
Tagged Employees, Family, Friends, Interests, Jobs, Moving, Relocation
Are you stressed at work? You’re not alone: A recent Gallup poll indicates that on-the-job pressure is the top reason for employee dissatisfaction in the American workforce, and nearly half of American workers say their job is “very or extremely stressful.”
And whether you notice it or not, you’re broadcasting clear signs that should indicate to your employer that you are overworked and need a change of pace. The infographic below, developed by Column Five in conjunction with employee wellness company Keas, shows exactly how employees behave when they’ve been pushed to their limits. Workers tend to develop classic symptoms when their workload gets too much to bear, such as poor memory, fatigue and bad time management. They also exhibit odd behaviors, working too much or too little in response to the level of stress in the workplace. Employers should be watching for these key symptoms and redirecting overworked employees to a more manageable situation…Read More
Infographic research and design by Column Five
May 27, 2012 in Infographic, Life, Lifestyle, People
Tagged Employees, Employers, Family, Job, pressure, Sick, Stress, Work, Workplace