Monthly Archives: January 2019

How to reduce Gender Pay Gap?

The Talent Acquisition field is no stranger to the common challenge of the Gender Pay Gap that most organisations are trying to resolve. And although we are in the 21st Century this still remains to be a challenge which will take some time to fix. Nevertheless there are still a few things organisations can do to prevent such disparities.

And we @SourcingAdda are able to be of some assistance thanks to one of our Mumbai group member’s Dinesh who suggested we discuss on, “How to reduce Gender pay gap effectively?” and what we uncovered is shared in the chat below:

Great insights were shared surrounding the common challenge of the gender pay gap in the Talent Acquisition profession. It’s a common fact that every aspect has both positive and negative aspects and that every challenge has a solution to avoid such scenarios. To name a few ensure that there is a balance in the male and female employee ratio, maintain transparency in the pay gap and hire leaders in a managing team that are neutral to both female & male employees in each project. When hiring preference should be given to internal fitment and industry pay standards to bridge the pay gap.

We’re certain that the inputs shared have been helpful in tackling the gender pay gap and if implemented appropriately it will be effective in resolving the pay gap most organisations have been trying to fix. If you’ve found the insights shared useful than you’d like to learn more about Combining Social Media Marketing Recruitment in a Recruiting Strategy. More importantly we’re sure you’d like to know how you can contribute then here’s what you can do in 2 simple steps, namely…

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WhatsApp Group Chat – Funniest Candidate Excuses for not attending an Interview

sp_inerviewTalent Acquisitionist’s constantly interact with Candidates to fill vacancies. A task such as this calls for a lot of patience, understanding that too under pressure situations for Recruiters. And when you make an effort to schedule interviews having to deal with no show of candidates can thus be very frustrating. Especially, when the reasons given are ridiculous or genuine which is almost always not the case.

In an attempt to add a positive note to a challenge otherwise perceived in a negative note and ease the experience we @SourcingAdda conduct various activities keeping this in mind. And simultaneously we try our level best to bring you updated information about the recruitment industry. With that being said, one of our Bangalore group member’s Hillole, suggest having a discussion on, “What are the funniest excuses Candidates give for not attending the interview?” to find out what the inputs shared were; we’re disclosing the chat below, so let’s begin….

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The discussion above was clearly funny yet informative as the insights shared showed us a picture of the candidates we are more likely to encounter when interacting with them. We can also identify which excuses were genuine and fake so we know what to look for when dealing with Candidates. It also help us to derive conclusions as to which ones will be on – boarded or otherwise. If you like this information we’re certain you’d be curious about what is in store for the future of HR.

If you’re looking for an opportunity to be a proactive learner then here’s what you can do in 2 simple steps…

  1. Follow us @Sourcingadda to gain real time updates to our upcoming activities and events
  2. a) Leave your views or requests to join these groups in our comments section below

OR

  1. b) DM us to @Sourcingadda with your name, WhatsApp. Contact no. and location

And one of our representatives will get back to you as soon as possible.

 

 

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