The problem, reported in this excellent post, is experienced by many people around the world, not only in the United States. It explains, inter alia and in simple terms, why the automatic filtering does not work.
The problem reported in this excellent post, is experienced by many people around the world, not only in the United States explains in simple terms why the automatic filtering does not work.
Peter Cappelli points the finger of blame at two major, and interrelated, factors: the process that companies are using to identify potential hires, and their refusal to offer training or onboarding time for new employees.
This comment who say: “As long as computers are doing the filtering, human judgment and risk-taking is minimized, and employees are expected to already come with a full and complete toolkit, we will live with a paralyzed, constipated economy that does not facilitate moving promising candidates into new positions.” is another problem, who brings another element who complicate life from job seekers.
Cappelli concludes with the observation that: ”The time has finally come for employers to develop a more realistic sense of what their own interests are with respect to workforce issues and what best serves both their interests and the well-being of society as a whole.”
In my opinion, our system needs to change its HR approach that can have fatal consequences for the future of the economy.
What is your opinion about it?