Interviewer: It says here you graduated in 2011, but you didn’t start working until 2015. What were you doing in between?
Candidate: I was working in XYZ Company as an Analyst.
Interviewer: Why didn’t you include it here?
Candidate: …because my CV will then be over 3 pages.
There are several points of view on whether to include candidate’s entire work experience or otherwise.
Continue reading for my thoughts. What do you think?
How do you effectively manage employee engagement at scale?
What was your best employee onboarding experience?
Certainly, your worst onboarding experience came to mind, too, am I right? How was it?
The onboarding stage is when the employee joins the Company up until 6 months or one year, depending on the complexity of the Company and the employee’s role itself.
I’ve seen an instance where 40% of employees in this stage left the Company, disengaged and probably regretted their decision to join. That’s a lot of waste in Recruitment and Training (if any, that is) cost and a dip in employee morale – both that employee who left and those who were left behind, time and again.
Why is that? Can something be done?
Let’s explore these 10 Employee Onboarding Tips! 🙂
There was no clear closure. Should you hang on and keep waiting? Here are some phrases which often gives you a clue that it’s time to continue searching and stop waiting. Hope it helps.
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Attitudes and inclinations to look for when hiring employees.