Recruitment Process Outsourcing Reduces Costs

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Outsourcing the recruitment process is recognized as a cost-effective and efficient manner to capture best-fit ability. Following  ways that outsourced recruitment can help to reduce costs while adding business value:

1. Cost Reduction Through Shared Risk

When the industry is expanding recruiting needs may suddenly rise or will be in great demand. Outsourcing the recruitment function allows a company to pass along the cost risk of those resources to the business partner.  Recruitment Outsourcing firms take on the responsibility of efficiently adjusting resource levels when hiring fluctuations happen so that the client does not bear the burden of carrying unnecessary staff, or conversely, being short when greater resources are required.

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Six Interview Mistakes That Should Be Avoided

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Following are the worst things that can happen in job interview:

Show up late or too early

You are trying to prove your worthiness for the job you are interviewing for, and showing up late is a sign of potentially poor behavior in the future. If an emergency comes up, try to call to let the interviewer know. Remember that it’s also best not to show up too early. If you arrive an hour early for your interview, you risk looking overeager, and you may also inconvenience the staff at the business.

Wear inappropriate clothes

In the long run, the work you perform will matter more than the clothes you wear at your job. However, first impressions matter, so you need to dress appropriately for your interview.

Badmouth a previous boss

It can be difficult to explain why you left a previous company or why you are looking to leave, and this is especially true if you have been fired in the past. However, resist the urge to badmouth a previous boss or coworkers. This will make you look spiteful and hard to get along with.

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Recruitment Issue In Middle-East


The employment market in the Middle East is coming under increased strain, research says. Career progression was a recurring issue for professionals working in the region, as was a feeling they needed to deliver more for less. Job security is a major concern, with one respondent claiming that “permanent, full time employment is a dream for many professionals”. Though, The Middle East has always been attractive for investors and job seekers alike because of the fast-paced growth in the region. The recruiting market is highly competitive in sectors such as the fashion and tourism industry due to the influx of great demand here.

Recruiting Issues in the Middle East

Scarcity Of Available Talent:   

Many jobs in the Middle East are created each year as a result of flourishing economies that continue to drive innovation forward. With banking as a major industry along with oil and gas, the number of available qualified and experienced job-seekers to fill the vacancies is lacking. Middle East employers prefer hiring locals due to the fact that expatriate employees are for short-term employment rather than long-term.

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Hiring Activity Rise In Media And Entertainment Industry


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Employment in the media and entertainment industry increases by 9% in the 12 months to May 2015, thanks to increased penetration of digital media, satellite TV, and wide scale adoption of smartphones. Over 60 per cent of the demand in the media and the entertainment sector is for entry and junior level professionals with upto 5 years of relevant experience. Wider acceptability and use of internet-based apps have also resulted in a rise in demand for social media professionals.  Skills and specializations are highly sought in areas of writing project management and blogging apart from in-depth knowledge and understanding of social media platforms

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Microsoft to Lay Off 7,800 Employees From Phone Business

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In a letter sent out to Microsoft employees this morning, company CEO Satya Nadella confirmed that over the next few months Microsoft will experience an immense restructuring with the main focus on phone business and which results in loss of 7800 positions. Moreover, the company will undergo $7.6 billion impairment charges and an approximate $750 million to $850 million restructuring cost.

In the letter to Microsoft employees, Nadella confirmed that he never takes such changes lightly, and that the company has planned to take the Microsoft from a hardware-focused phone strategy to build vibrant windows eco-system.

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5 Recruitment Process that Should Be Followed

Recruitment Definition:

Searching the right candidate for the company is the job of the recruiter and the process that the recruiters have to follow for the selection is called recruitment. In other words, Recruiters helps to provide the suitable manpower as per the requirements to the company.

Step by step recruitment process to be followed and its significance:

According to Kailash Shahani – Director of Morpheus Human Consulting Pvt Ltd.  Recruiters have to follow the selection process before hiring the person so that there is right candidate selection for the right job from the pool of the job seekers. Recruiters can go through the following process for the assortment of right candidate:

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Recruitment process in Morpheus Human Consulting



The recruitment process that takes place in Morpheus Human Consulting Pvt Ltd  is explained below in detail:

Client Requirements:

At Morpheus Human Consulting  there is a detail discussion of the client requirements so that the recruitment consultants not only have the idea about the technical requirements of a job profile but also about the client organization, its culture and many other things so as to ensure the right candidate for the client.

Parameters Agreed:

At the time of discussion with the client we evaluate and target the companies of particular interest along with keeping in mind the address compensation and the culture of the organization

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10 Interview Question That can Be asked During Interview

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1. Brief about yourself

This is the most common question asked by the employer to know about the background of the employee. In this question employer expects something that is not written in your resume as they already have gone through it and shortlisted it from the pool of resumes. Tell something that will stand you out from other candidates. You can start with your strong points and making sure that it is related to the job profile.

2.Why company should hire you?

Kailash Shahani recommends not to get panic with the question instead feel confident and explain the employer at your best as why you are fit for this position. This is the best question to put before the employer your positive points and your enthusiasm to work in the company for the required job profile.

3. Explain your goals and what you did to achieve it?

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Selection Of Right Candidate

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Understand the need of the Candidate

To search the right talent the basic need is to first understand the requirements of the candidate. Candidate fall under different categories some of them will be in the search of experience, some just want to experience the official life without being dedicated towards the career, while many others will be there just for the sake of money.

United we stand and divided we fall

Remember that teams are everything and candidate should understand the value of teamwork. Candidate should also be able to take the responsibility of its team and should also be the superior team member with good etiquettes.

Now the fundamentals are clear that need to be in mind before the selection of the right candidate.

Let’s get start with the selection process.

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