Monthly Archives: February 2019

WhatsApp Group Chat – Positions in demand within the IT sector & the challenges with finding skilled Talent

The Talent Acquisition profession like any other also has its ups and downs especially when sourcing for specific types of Talent. Particularly sourcing for talent pertaining to the IT Sector it’s of course a challenge for most Talent Acquisitionist’s. It’s difficult probably because the demand for such talent outweighs the supply to a great extent hence it poses a challenge and one that cannot be resolved easily.

Having said that, thanks to one of our Bangalore group member’s Champa who suggested we discuss on, “Positions in demand in the IT sector and the challenges with finding skilled IT Talent” we @sourcingadda were able to through some light on so let’s find out more about it below…

As per the discussion above there seems to be a high demand in roles related to fullstack developers, UI UX designers, Data Anononmization (Data Lake), big data resources with kalfka, python devs, dev ops, agile coach, AI, Information Security and Risk compliance and finding talent skilled in these areas seems to be scarce hence it may still remain a challenge.

Nevertheless, we are certain that the insights shared have clarified any queries related to the IT spectrum right from the positions in demand coming down to the challenges that one might encounter when recruiting IT nerds or similar requirements. Although there is a vast database of such talent available online capturing the ones that meet the requirement may still be difficult due to reasons like limited talent availability, offer dropouts, cultural fitment factors, meeting compensations and beating competitors. If you’ve found the information shared relevant than you might like Remote Working Policies or Assignments in Organisations interesting. We’re certain that you’d like to know how else you can contribute then here’s what you can do in 2 simple steps, namely…

  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

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  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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WhatsApp Group Chat – How to Motivate the Interview Panel and Improve their Effectiveness

Interviewing potential candidates can end up being a nightmare interview experience for the Candidate and even more so in the Interview Panel round when the members are not motivated enough. As Talent Acquisitionists you are all too familiar with nightmare interview stories being on the receiving end at some point in time. And so you can relate to it having had first-hand experience when the panel members are not motivated thus hampering their effectiveness. Therefore it really comes down to answering the question How to motivate the interview panel and improve their effectiveness in the hiring journey?

Given this scenario it is essential that we @SourcingAdda try to shed some light on the topic. And thanks to one of our Mumbai group member’s Dinesh who suggested we discuss on, “How to motivate the interview panel and improve their effectiveness in the hiring journey?” we are able to get some answers which we have highlighted for your review below…

The conversation above had some great insights to add like training the panel for effective interviewing and to make good hiring decisions, ensuring that you have experienced panel members is also important. In the event of not enough experienced members then conducting shadow recruiting programs, you can also ensure that the panel is made comfortable and interviews are conducted in their convenience while making sure the tools utilised for conducting interviews via phone screens are working effectively. These are some of the great ways to not only motivate panel members but also help them make good hiring decisions.

If you’ve found the insights shared informative and helpful then you’d also like to find out more about the New Strategies in Social Media Recruitment or you’d like to know how you too can contribute to these discussions then here’s what you can do in 2 simple steps, namely…

  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.

WhatsApp Group Chat – Different Ways to Conduct Post Offer Candidate Engagement

Much of a Talent Acquisitionist’s role revolves around the relationship of the company with the employees that requires one to explore Different Ways to Conduct Post Offer Candidate Engagement. The role essentially calls for strong interpersonal communications skills as interactions and building relation activities with new joinees is important to prevent post offer dropouts. Activities that foster relationship building are conducted so as to minimise the post offer dropout’s ratio. Failing that it all comes down to a post offer candidate engagement experience being a good one.

Ensuring that the newly on boarded candidate has a good engagement experience is therefore an essential necessity where organisational growth is concerned. With that being said we @SourcingAdda conduct discussions in an attempt to answer the queries most Talent Acquisitionists are faced with on a regular basis. And thanks to one of our Bangalore group members Champa’s topic suggestion covered these aspects with a discussion on, “Different ways to conduct post offer candidate engagement” that was conducted with interesting insights to be implemented and highlighted below for your review….

Based on the conversation above I think it’s safe to say that Post offer candidate engagement is more important once the candidate is on boarded. And there are several options mentioned like sending a quarterly company newsletter, know your organisation session by Hiring Manager or Delivery Senior, include them in as many team building events as possible such as team lunch, meetings, afterhours get-togethers, etc. as mentioned by Nikhil and as Rajiv rightfully mentioned a Coffee / Lunch with the HM (HM & Team would be ideal) are some of the various options mentioned which you can utilise to boost your Post Offer Candidate Engagement.

A Post Offer Candidate Engagement process that covers all of the above mentioned options might really be a great way to keep the new joinees engaged and may give them a reason to stay and stick with your organisation for a longer duration. Moreover if the insights shared above were helpful then you might also find the Indoor Team Building Activities quite an interesting read as it can shed some more light on the aspects covered in the above discussion. If you’d like to know how you too can contribute to these discussions then here’s what you can do in 2 simple steps, namely…

  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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