How To Use LinkedIn To Predict Employee Performance? We Know It.

Modern media are becoming vast source of information about people just simply because people are spending more and more of their time online. According to global web index research, we spend 6 hours from our day online and social media plays an important role in it. Recruiting researchers are looking through Linkedin’s 400 million users to find ideal candidates and considering their online resume on a daily basis. But data shows that more than that could be known about candidates besides their work history. The hottest skill on LinkedIn in 2014 was “Statistical Analysis and Data Mining” which got most people hired. In HR

Time to wake up: 88% of your employees are not at the right place

Three things are really important in the HR metrics of your company: 1, employee potential, 2, employee reputation, 3, and employee performance. If an employee has low potential but high reputation, and produces results, he should be retained. Once reputation (the opinion co-workers have about that employee) becomes low, that employee is suddenly in danger. If for some reason that employee no longer delivers results he should be preparing his CV. If potential is high, than very likely that person should be counted as being in alignment in three specific parts of their personality. That means for certain jobs only 3%