There are many subcategories within the human resource (HR) department but they can be categorized into 3 focus groups
When it comes to hiring experienced candidates, an important parameter is specifying years of experience. While this may be important depending on designation and pay-scale, most recruiters go overboard in defining the specific number of years required in the job description (JD). This “predefined experience” leaves a lot of ambiguity.
The impact of college degrees is limited when it comes to influencing your career. Ask any working professional about this statement and they will acknowledge it. The problem begins with over emphasis to grades in schools and colleges, where our “talents” are measured by the ability to memorize information.