每年春节前后职场上最热闹的话题一定是跳槽，相伴而生的总是另一个问题，那就是年终奖。50 薪虽然对大多数人来说想都不要想了，但有个双薪、三薪的，好像也还算不错。年终奖确实是一些公司留人的一种手段，但对于公司人来说，觉得真的受够了，但又不想错失这份收入，有什么办法呢？《好奇心日报》采访了罗迈国际商务咨询（RMG Selection）的互联网行业猎头顾问刘君，他给了一些建议，大家不妨参考下。
One of HR professional’s daily tasks is to to go through as many job applicants’ resumes as they can. On average, HR professionals spend 15 seconds checking one CV. Only 20% of those will be selected, while the remaining 80% of job applicants’ resumes will end up deleted. So this begs an obvious question: how can you tell the quality of a candidate’s CV in such a short time? Resumes are not always easy to deal with. I conclude this based on the ups and downs in the recruitment business during the past 15 years. For instance, before a recruitment consultant sends a candidate’s resume to an in-house HR manager to arrange interviews, he needs to communicate with the candidate […]
There are thousands of suggestions on how to impress interviewers with outstanding performance from human resource professionals and consultants. However, it seems that too much attention is put on the performance of the question and answer session in job interviews. Indeed, by preparing and rehearsing interview questions, you might impress the interviewer. Unfortunately, if you believe that interview and a performance is all you need to get the job offer, then I have to drop a warning by sharing the significance of non-verbal performance in job interviews with you. I have to say that it is strange that most people mix the concept of non-verbal communication with body language. In fact, the former includes the latter. The power of non-verbal […]
To facilitate the development of businesses, hundreds and thousands of companies try to invite senior management leaders or specialists from competitors to join. From the perspective of a third party recruitment agency, this phenomenon is quite common in terms of the law of talent flow. Inviting and convincing a qualified leader to join a company is not an easy job for any HR professional. In addition to a huge amount of time on communicating with the potential recruit, HR managers or directors also need to tackle down every bit of concern from the leader. Given that the leader is willing to join your company, do you think it is the right time to utter a sigh of relief? Probably not, […]
Improving the working atmosphere during this tough period in the economic cycle is a problem for many HR professionals. Both employers and employees are worried about economy recovery. Employers will do whatever it takes to motivate employees to work hard to survive the crisis. However, employers or HR managers might find it increasingly difficult to motivate employees. If they stick to a bonus incentive plan, their employees may still appear indifferent and unmotivated. I would like to share my experiences of the “motivation generator”. These are my 6 top secrets for employee motivation. Have a Monday morning“chat” I often hear complaints from HR managers that they find it tedious to study what motivates employees. I don’t agree with them. I […]
A common mistake a lot of HR managers make is that they often attribute unsuccessful hires to either job-seekers or recruitment consultants. However, according to the data from both RMG China Talent Flow Survey 2012 and 2013 (see figure 1), the role of third party recruitment consulting agencies are quite important in the interview process. Two-thirds of the hiring calls for mid and senior level positions come from recruiters instead of HR people from the hiring company. Imagine that HR managers and recruitment consultants become team players in the interview process, and then the chance of successful hire will be enhanced greatly. In this regard, I would like to share some basic principles of how HR managers can work better […]
By ROBERT PARKINSON Imagine being promoted to managing director of your company in China. How would that make you feel? Perplexed, pleased, excited, or perhaps a mixture of all of these feelings? This possibility might seem pretty remote for most young expats. That is why I am sharing this story to help you prepare for that moment in the future. In 2002 I joined a very reputable recruitment company to establish branch offices in Amsterdam and Brussels. It was a tough and challenging period working with many nice people during exciting times. Then my life turned a new page when I went to China. When my boss asked me to come to Beijing, I did not have to think about […]
The week-long National Day holiday at the beginning of October is a firm favorite among Chinese employees. It is a prime time for them to ask for leave to go traveling or visit relatives in other cities. However, if you are about to write an email to your Chinese boss to ask for 20 days of annual leave to travel somewhere in China, then I really have to stop you right there! It is already confusing enough for expats to understand the complicated Chinese holiday exchanging rules, but you are about to discover another culture shock – the difference between the East and the West when asking for leave.