Competency mapping when implemented in Human Resources (HR) services such as recruitment, talent acquisition etc., can benefit a company in numerous ways.
Efficient delegation of responsibility in an organisation determines the consistency in their business practices. A well-maintained company with a good organisational structure always thrives in its commercial endeavours and hardly fails to achieve its objectives.
Ashok and Mamta head the HR team of two reputed tier 1 firms in Bangalore. When we first contacted them about our talent consulting and recruitment services, they were a bit skeptical about our proposal. Like other companies, they too were looking for credible references before pursuing any of our recruitment services.
The recruitment industry is not about hiring applicants. There is more to it. My friends often ask me about the role I play in a recruitment firm. As they are aware that I have always been passionate about Marketing, they find it hard to imagine me working with an HR & recruitment firm.
Sheela, an entrepreneur of a medium sized enterprise*, is currently thriving in her business ventures. Her company’s revenue increased by 25% in the last 2 years. She is undertaking new projects and is planning to expand her business across India.
Ever wondered why employees leave an organisation even after being offered the most lucrative package. Well, one of the most profound reason is — people expect something beyond monetary benefits.
Employees are one of the most valuable assets of any organisation. They drive your business to success and are an important element in brand building. They represent you and your company.
Competency Mapping, when implemented in Human Resources (HR) services such as recruitment, talent acquisition etc., can benefit a company in numerous ways. Before discussing further, let us familiarize ourselves with the term Competency Mapping.
In the recent years, talent acquisition has undergone major changes. With the growing amount of people engaging on social media, it has never been easier to screen applicants online.
Recently I went through dozens of resumes for a client. My client was looking for a UX Director. Out of 30 odd candidates, only 8 used infographics resumes.