In an environment where more than 2 million work positions are opening up every year, hiring the right candidate for the right job has indeed become a challenging task. Not only are you required to create targeted job descriptions and invite detailed applications but you also need to conduct in-person interviews and select qualified candidates.

However, before you finally decide to bring someone under your employment, should you merely rely on the information mentioned in their resume? Wouldn’t you want to find out more about your potential employee so that future risks, if any, may be avoided?

This is precisely…


Did you know that 60% of the total candidates would stop filling the application form for a job if the process is taking too long?

We live in a world where most job seekers would check at least six company reviews to accept the job offer, and 69% would reject the job offer if the organization has a negative reputation.

While approximately 2 million job roles are opening every year, the offer to joining ratio is ever decreasing. With an increase in job opportunities for candidates, placement opportunities for all types of businesses have decreased. …


Did you know that 60% of the total candidates would stop filling the application form for a job if the process is taking too long?

We live in a world where most job seekers would check at least six company reviews to accept the job offer, and 69% would reject the job offer if the organization has a negative reputation.

While approximately 2 million job roles are opening every year, the offer to joining ratio is ever decreasing. With an increase in job opportunities for candidates, placement opportunities for all types of businesses have decreased. …


In today’s fast-paced and extremely competitive recruiting environment, hiring is not an easy task. As per the a survey conducted by Economic Times, the cost of a bad hiring decision of a single recruit is as high as 20 Lakh INR. The terms of loss of productivity due to bad hire turns to 45%.

On top of that, hiring new employees today means much more than just adding further headcount to your firm. For every new hire has the potential to impact the overall dynamics of the organization- for better or for worse.

While there is no denying the fact…


If employees are your stairway to growth, the hiring process is the company’s foundation.

However, being a time-intensive activity requiring various resources, the recruitment cycle remains a sub-optimal execution in many businesses. When employees leave, or if a job role is filled with an inefficient candidate, it costs you a pretty penny; or so the research says. Replacing an employee means spending 16–20% of their yearly revenue on the hiring process.

When you are making such efforts and spending huge amounts, then why not get it right?

The cost of hiring new candidates or correcting the mistake of a wrong…


In today’s fast-paced and extremely competitive recruiting environment, hiring is not an easy task. As per the a survey conducted by Economic Times, the cost of a bad hiring decision of a single recruit is as high as 20 Lakh INR. The terms of loss of productivity due to bad hire turns to 45%.

On top of that, hiring new employees today means much more than just adding further headcount to your firm. For every new hire has the potential to impact the overall dynamics of the organization- for better or for worse.

While there is no denying the fact…


In an environment where more than 2 million work positions are opening up every year, hiring the right candidate for the right job has indeed become a challenging task. Not only are you required to create targeted job descriptions and invite detailed applications but you also need to conduct in-person interviews and select qualified candidates.

However, before you finally decide to bring someone under your employment, should you merely rely on the information mentioned in their resume? Wouldn’t you want to find out more about your potential employee so that future risks, if any, may be avoided?

This is precisely…


With more job openings than candidates to fill the positions, the candidate-driven market is now at its best. However, not so much for the employer. The high demand for skilled employees has increased employee turnover. It is easier for employees to grab a better job opportunity with high compensation. But, businesses struggle to fill open job roles with skilled candidates. Inc Magazine believes that we are in the middle of the most demanding hiring market. It is very, very hard to find relevant candidates to fill a job role — any job role.

Hence, this article will discuss the candidate-driven…

Santosh Banpur

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