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Good staff members form the backbone of hospitality businesses. They run front-of-house operations, provide exceptional customer service, and even handle behind-the-scenes jobs like housekeeping. But a single wrong hire in this job can ruin your guest experience and lower your chances of repeat business. Unfortunately, this isn’t uncommon. Hospitality is a competitive space, and many recruiters settle for subpar candidates because they either struggle with attracting top talent or don’t know h
Bias is an instinct that helps humans make decisions by automatically choosing what we believe to be the best option. It has its uses in the wild, but using bias to hire in a modern business environment can lead to unfair hiring. Similarity bias is a type of bias that makes us prefer things similar to ourselves. For example, a hiring manager could shortlist two candidates because they went to the same college. People don’t intend bias to be harmful, but it can damage organizations by preventing
To address its increased recruitment needs and influx of applicants for roles that include customer support and leadership, Dyninno Group implemented TestGorilla. See how the Dyninno Group of companies improved candidate screening and recruitment productivity by 400%.
Candidate applications are pouring in after crafting and sharing your job description. Now, your next hurdle is the applicant screening process. This intricate process, if not executed effectively, can lead to a time-consuming maze of unqualified candidates. This guide will provide you with ideas and insights to effectively identify and shortlist the best candidates. You'll learn about the most important steps for an effective screening process plus what to ask applicants during screening. But
Did you know top-performing employees generate 400 percent more output  than your average employee? This statistic sounds great but comes with a downside — one in five high-performing employees will likely leave the company in the next six months. Often, an employee leaving is just a natural cycle for high-performers who are leaving the company to take a different opportunity and there isn’t much you can do to prevent it. Sure, you can (and will) work on your employee experience, onboardin
Does this scenario look familiar to you? After posting your job listing last week, you have now over 500 applications in your inbox. This is a great response but this also means that you have a lot of work to do. Your next step is to shortlist the best candidates for an interview. Now, where exactly do you start with your candidate shortlisting process? And how can you make sure that you're making fair and unbiased hiring decisions? This guide will help make your shortlisting process as objecti
A skilled Flutter developer can create apps with a smooth user experience and captivating design, greatly enhancing customer engagement. On the flip side, hiring the wrong person can lead to apps that are buggy, unattractive, or unable to function correctly across different devices – causing frustration for users and potentially damaging your brand's reputation. Hiring the right person begins with a well-crafted job description. It spells out the technical expertise needed while emphasizing the
Ask any recruiter about the importance of skills and they would say it’s one of (if not the most) important factors when selecting a candidate. However, in traditional hiring, skills assessments come a lot later in the process than resume screening. And indeed, for decades, candidate selection has been synonymous with resume screening. Evaluating resumes and looking at degrees, job titles, and years of experience have been the cornerstones of the selection process. However, if that’s your way o
Science series materials are brought to you by TestGorilla’s Assessment Team: A group of IO psychology, data science, psychometric experts and assessment development specialists with a deep understanding of the science behind skills-based hiring. Predicting the future is a difficult task, usually done only by skilled oracles, recruiters, and hiring managers. You read that right. Employers looking to hire top candidates are aiming to predict the future success of a candidate in their role. While
Science series materials are brought to you by TestGorilla’s Assessment Team: A group of IO psychology, data science, psychometric experts, and assessment development specialists with a deep understanding of the science behind skills-based hiring. In the dynamic world of hiring, finding the right candidate isn't just a stroke of luck – it's a science. While landing a top performer can feel magical, there is nothing elusive or mystical about the selection process that can help you consistently h
Employee promotions are an effective way to retain top talent and send a motivating signal to employees that strong performance is recognized and rewarded. But that’s if promotions are done fairly, transparently, and objectively. A McKinsey report showed that 35% of employees voluntarily leave their jobs due to a lack of development and promotion opportunities. At a time when many industries face skills gaps, it’s more important than ever to recognize and retain your top team members, and avo
Hiring a skilled Matplotlib developer is crucial for projects that require advanced data visualization. These professionals use Matplotlib – a Python library – to create detailed graphs, charts, and plots, turning complex datasets into clear visual stories. Choosing the right developer ensures that your data is accurately represented and displayed in a way that is accessible and understandable to your audience. The wrong hire could lead to misleading, difficult-to-interpret, or simply incorrect
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