Project Cost:Rs 2000 (Project Report) Rs. 2500 (Synopsis + Project)
Can Be used in: HRM
Project Report Pages: 60-70 (Soft Copy Word format)
Delivery time: Within 12 hours for readymade project and 3 days for new project
Short Description: A STUDY ON CORPORATES AND JOB SEEKERS POTENTIAL (HR PROJECTS)
Companies that treat prospective employees like valuable customers—respecting their time and openly communicating with them—are poised to win the war for talent, while those that continue to regard recruiting as a cattle call will have fewer candidates from whom to choose.
Anyone who has applied for a job and gone through the interview process with a potential employer knows the experience is typically punctuated by excruciating periods of silence. You submit a resume electronically, and you wait. Maybe you hear from the company. More often you don’t. If you find yourself in the enviable position of having a recruiter summon you for an interview, afterward you’re likely to wait and wonder yet again, while the hiring team debates your qualifications and meets with other candidates. Considering that many employers require candidates to go through several rounds of interviews, the waiting and silence can carry on for weeks.
Job seekers’ lack of visibility into an employer’s recruiting process represents one of many pain points associated with a job search. Lack of feedback presents another. Some job seekers take multiple days off from work to interview with an employer, only to conclude from the employer’s lack of follow-up that their effort failed to yield an offer—never mind any meaningful feedback from the employer as to why they were not selected.
Some employers have begun to recognize that the traditional, linear recruiting process—an organization posts a job, collects and screens resumes, conducts initial phone interviews followed by face-to-face interviews, and six months later offers a job to a candidate—is as dysfunctional and disadvantageous for them as it is for job seekers.