Three Factors HR Looks at More Than Just Your Degree When Recruiting

In today's competitive job market, companies are constantly seeking out top talent to fill open positions. But with the rise of more diverse talents and different types of skillsets, employers are taking a different approach toward evaluating applicants in order to find their next great hire. If you're going to be successful in your job hunt, you need to make sure that you put yourself out there and try to impress potential employers. Even if your degree speaks for itself, which is true for many of us! — it's not enough to get an interview.

I have put together three factors that HR looks beyond your degree during the recruiting process:


Do you think your HR team is doing a better job at satisfying your employees?

Employee satisfaction is an important aspect of HR. It is very clear that a happy and interconnected workforce correlates directly with motivation and performance levels of employees. Most companies do not want to be known for having a stressful environment that employees cannot handle. However, it’s not just a matter of public perception. I believe that high work satisfaction can benefit your organization in different ways. 


Reasons Why Your Applicants Ghost You After Applying For The Job

Professional ghosting is not a new thing. In fact, it has been there for a long time, and businesses are unsure what to do about it. Most companies receive tons of applications for new job openings and after interviewing them, they fail to follow up with these applicants. If you were an applicant yourself, how would you feel about not receiving any response from the employer especially after sitting through an interview?!