Nothing lasts forever. What to do when you lose the job?

“Anybody who ever built an empire or changed the world sat where you are now, and it's because they sat there that they were able to do it” – the most commonly repeated sentence from the movie “Up in the Air”, where George Clooney plays a corporate downsizing expert. The fact is that many of the big names and people at the top of the wealth rankings, sealed their careers with failure. A question to ask yourself is - should we consider the loss of a job as a sign of failure or a disaster? What can be done in this situation?

Employee experience in crisis. Leadership exam.

When the dust settles and recruitment starts again, we will all face some challenges with lack of talents on the market (demographic decline), candidate engagement, strengthened by lost trust. We could expect higher unemployment rate however, will this be enough motivation for a prospect candidate?

Candidate Experience! Good feedback is worth its weight in gold.

Candidate experience it's not just a phrase. The positive experiences coming from the recruitment process are the best reward for the recruiter’s hard work. Additionally, there is no better way to get free employer branding than as a result of positive feedback from a candidate. NO FEEDBACK = NO CANDIDATE! Check what are the benefits for the company in relation to a proper feedback process?

Rejected? Recharge!

What can be more frustrating, the phone rings after you have sent your resume, but the journey to securing your dream jobs ends after the first or second interview with the employer.  Maybe you get to the final stage to be beaten to the post by another candidate. “It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed.”

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