A MngtBug is a problem, cause or impact in a human manager’s decision which produces an incorrect or unexpected result. Every other week we share a little bit of our knowledge base on social media and our newsletter. This week’s MngtBug is…
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This week’s “Forced or Speeded Recruitment” is becoming more and more common.
By definition, it means the employers have reduced the length of time it takes to recruit a candidate, as it becomes increasingly challenging to find and compete for top talent.
(extracted from https://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/news/employers-reworking-recruitment-processes-talent/)
Every company needs to hire, and recruitment is clearly one of the best solutions to have good teams and companies. But speeding up the process will impact the quality of the output and the sustainability of the company.
This MngtBug has been mentioned in relation to a number of MngtFixes such as…
“Company Strategy Definition”,
“Team Building Events Implementation”,
“Temporary Employee Rotation”,
“Jobs Description Definition”,
“Roles and Ownership Definition”,
“Resource Redundancy Implementation”,
and of course “Human Resources Strategy Definition”!
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What about you? What do you want more or less of on medium post?
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