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How To Make Good Hiring Decisions

Researches suggest that most hiring managers make decisions based on biases rather than objective comparative analysis of the candidates. This, obviously, is not the right approach towards recruiting, biases can result in selection of the wrong candidate for the job, a decision they might regret in the future.

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How to deal with Low Performers

Every team has a few members whose performance is not up to the mark. Dealing with such performers is the most challenging task for many managers. A manager just cannot ignore the performer as it directly affects the performance of other team members. If a manager ignores the low performer then his work needs to be completed by the other team members which add a lot of burden on the shoulders of other team members. Due to this, the performance of the whole team goes down, which proves out to be a major loss for the company. Let’s have a look at some of the methods to deal with low performers:

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4 Disastrous HR Mistakes to Avoid Right Now

Keeping the major resources and assets of your business is definitely a good practice to follow. The Human Resource is the only reliable department of a company which possesses the flexibility to drive the most significant asset of the business i.e. The People. So, appropriately HR department should keep its shoulders strong enough to tackle the challenges. Yet, managing human resources is an enigmatic responsibility, especially in a start-up as they have less experience in supervising others. Here are some disastrous mistakes HR must avoid gaining the best results.

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Hiring Toolkit for Smart Recruiters

Recruiters are always in a constant effort to hire the best out there, and it takes quite some time and energy to convert the status of Candidate to New Hire.

Talview is presenting all the recruiters and HR's with an easy-to-use hiring toolkit that comprises of - 

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