We've got 6 clear points for your company to be successful with HR, recruitment, and overall talent acquisition processes in 2022. Let's talk about agility, long-term relationships, interviewing and speaking to candidates, your employer brand, worldwide diversification in your hiring, and the right people in your team.
Everything is changing due to pandemics, including talent acquisition. Now it's vital to be agile and flexible for changes you may face in the next few months.
Long-term relationships work better than always hiring people for 2-3 months. Workers who stay with you for a long time are more loyal and ready to face uncertain times together.
With nearly everything moving online, face-to-face contact becomes crucial. Candidates appreciate your attention and will be more loyal if you will be careful and attentive to them during the interview. This extra attention in the interview process will help ensure you’re hiring the right people in the new year.
Remote work erases borders, so more people will be seeking to work with you if you're getting the word out there about your company. Decide on your vision and build your employer brand around it. What is the core message you want people to associate your brand with? Traditional and stable or fast-paced and innovative? Think about this and tailor your message to your brand perception goals.
As a company that helps companies hire vetted technical talent from Ukraine, we understand the vast list of benefits of remote hiring. The top of this list is often cost savings, for instance, if you’re looking for development talent, take a closer look at Ukraine. Candidates from Ukraine are some of the strongest developers but have lower salary expectations due to the lower living costs.
Check out our IT Salary Dashboard and IT Market DOU Overview to see the salaries for the top IT roles in Ukraine. Share this post with someone who’s looking for developers!
Companies such as Amazon, Nvidia, Adobe, and Microsoft grew during the pandemic. But if you think that growth in times of crisis is limited to tech companies only, you might be wrong. In mid-June, VW, Audi's parent company, confirmed it would pay €1,551.53 per outstanding share (while it was trading at €800 at the start of the year).
Your company is the sum of its people: they create the product, test hypotheses, bet on different strategies, and in the end, make or break your company’s success. Hiring the right people is a key to not just survive, but thrive during these unpredictable times.
At Make it in Ukraine, we carefully vet our candidates to find a perfect match for your team. We focus not only on hard skills but also on the soft skills, such as flexibility and resilience, the ability to work remotely, and communicate expertly. Hiring the right candidates saves companies thousands of dollars, and can become the turning point for your business.
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In a recent survey DOU tried to find out what most frustrates IT professionals who are looking for a job. MIU editorial made a short thesis list (aka TL;DR) so that you could quickly check the actual difficulties. But to be extra, we've added a list of tips and some useful resources for you.
In this guide, we have joined our Public Statement and Vision with an explanation of the ways to help Ukraine (and therefore enable the whole world to develop). It is not only direct financial and military support, but also working with Ukrainian talent.
LinkedIn has conducted its traditionally insightful Global Talent Trends 2022 report. It consists of 67 pages, so Make it in Ukraine made a concentrated report to highlight the most important thoughts, observations, and useful figures. The main line of the report is a new look at company culture and how to adapt it to this Brave New World.