Employer Branding and Candidate Experience are closely related. If there is a weakness in one, there will be consequences for the other. The current state of the labour market means that a powerful employer brand is essential to set yourself apart from the competition and to attract skilled workers in sufficient numbers. However, if the candidate journey through the hiring process leaves behind a negative impression, the Employer Brand will be affected. As such, what can businesses do to ensure that employees and candidates are both at the heart of their operations?
A single fibre is just a fraction of the thickness of a human hair. When combined, however, carbon fibre is an extremely light yet strong material that is now an essential part of aircraft and automotive construction, offering almost limitless possibilities, particularly when combined with other materials.
Whenever a job involves joining two components, there’s generally no way to avoid welding. The technique is well-proven, with a range of solutions that range from the simple to the relatively complex. Laser welding plays a particularly special role in industry, as it allows the work to be performed on a mobile basis, taking the welder directly where the work is needed to reduce costs and increase efficiency.
You start by publishing a job vacancy, inviting suitable candidates to interviews, and then decide whether or not to hire a particular candidate. That’s roughly how all recruitment went in the past, but those days are long gone. What kind of opportunity does artificial intelligence represent?
It’s almost impossible to imagine everyday life without virtual reality. VR glasses are taking computer gaming to a new level and enable journeys to unknown worlds. In industry, however, the next leap forward is coming from data gloves instead.