Ghid practic pentru a găsi cultura organizațională potrivită ție
Questions to ask yourself and your employer
Și tu poți recruta compania, nu doar ea pe tine
89% dintre eșecurile în angajare au la bază motive culturale, mai degrabă decât dificultăți ale angajatului de a-și îndeplini jobul. Dacă ți-aș spune că și tu poți juca un rol activ în recrutarea culturii care ți se potrivește cel mai bine?
Assessing the culture fit for greater satisfaction and productivity
89% of employing failures have cultural reasons at the core and not the fact that the employee wasn’t able to perform the job. What if I told you that you can also play an active role in recruiting the culture that fits you best?
As with so many other things in life, when you think about hiring new people it seems easy. Post the job description, wait for the candidates to apply in their hundreds and worry about how you are going to filter all of them. Yeah, you get it, it’s not like that. But why might you ask?
Because it’s IT we are talking about.
Every developer that you want in your team is already taken, working on an interesting project, using the latest technologies, and on top, is on a very competitive payroll and bonus schema. You need strategy, plan, resources and a lot of patience to succeed in attracting the talent you want, and to accomplish that is nothing but easy.
Perhaps the best way to look at Employer Branding, as a concept, is by asking yourself this simple question: “Does the market know who we are?” And by market, I mean current employees, future candidates, clients, stakeholders - basically the whole ensemble. I’ll explain here why this is important.
We have been receiving lots of messages and questions from junior programmers along the way. Whether it was live, at a dedicated tech event, or via email, we loved all your questions and decided to compile a few of the answers that can speed up the process of boarding into your first role as a programmer. Take a look!
As you may already know, we are a team of psychologists, so we have an intense sense of analyzing the consequences of every decision we make that affects our team, on several levels: productivity, well-being, confidence, motivation, future career. Remote work is one of those very important cases and we want to share the ideas we got from doing it.
When it comes to pondering whether or not you should reach out to a tech recruitment company for your hiring needs, you might consider taking a look over your monthly targets. Following the obvious equation <skilled programmers + meeting deadlines= success>, choosing the best route to accomplishment becomes a necessity.
Here is how a Tech Recruitment company can cater to your business needs.
In less than two weeks we are officially entering springtime (climate change might raise a brow though) and recruitment-wise it might feel like a breath of fresh air.
To us, historically and statistically speaking, this time of the year has been favourable to making new hires and growing your team. Some of the reasons for this are: