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Mark Wilkinson, a recruitment expert at Coburg Banks, reveals that most employers do not audit their interview techniques. Consequently, these employers make various mistakes during the interviewing process, such as asking wrong questions; interviewer bias, interview fatigue and dishonest responses.
Many employers do not understand that interview techniques can determine whether they recruit the right employees or not. In case you have never evaluated the various techniques at your disposal, your next recruitment intake should be a meticulous process that considers the qualities required for this position. The following are the most common interview techniques you should consider before inviting applicants for an interview.
Late last year, the Employment Development Department reported a rise in the number of people who filed for unemployment benefits. California has the largest unemployment system in the US. Despite the employment rate rising steadily over the years, the EDD stated that 2016 saw unemployment checks being distributed to over 800,000 people which translated to close to 33 million dollars paid out in unemployment benefits daily
One of the unique features of the construction industry is the fluctuating labor demands. The Monthly Labor Review identifies a range of factors responsible for this phenomenon, such as seasonal demand, weather/climatic conditions, local customs and economic conditions. As a contractor, this allows you to save on costs you would incur by being in full-time operations, such as paying of employee salaries. However, the same conditions creating the up-and-down movement of labor demand may cause you to cross paths with the California labor laws as well as the federal ones.