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Candidates will always (hopefully) put their best foot forward when interviewing for a prospective job they are interested in. On paper, and possibly in person, they will appear to be your next super-star and you would never hire someone you thought couldn’t perform.
In this session we will discuss how to think about candidates more broadly, as in, you aren’t just targeting active job seekers, you’re luring in passive prospects too, and how to tailor your ongoing engagement to suit all of these people.
Learn to Use Assessments for Better Hiring and Development Assessments are among the most powerful tools available to HR professionals to make better hires and quantify leadership capabilities….
GlobalData advises governments to adopt fiscal regimes that respond to the cyclical nature of oil prices. Governments’ responses to low oil prices will have a significant effect on…
BP’s Energy Outlook 2035 shows growth in the energy market despite current market weakness. Despite the dramatic weakening in global energy markets, ongoing economic expansion in Asia,…