What happens when your new job doesn’t live up to your expectations? Three days into it and you’re already dreading heading to work. Sounds like you’re a victim of new job remorse.
Price-sensitive companies are sticking tight to budgets, but keeping their wish lists high. They want to hire the qualified candidate who can offer them the best return on their investment and are flexing their pocketbooks with less frequency than they did in years past. They want great talent, but at bargain prices.
How does an organization hire the right Project Management talent with the ability to discern the difference between a seasoned PM and a more junior resource who is trying to “fake it till s/he makes it”?
To broaden their talent pool, many employers are opting to offer relocation services to lure top candidates, especially to regions and industries where recruitment is highly competitive.
The big question is whether the likeable candidate is hired more easily, or if the likeable employee is more valued than the competent one.
“The jack of all trades was always so well thought of in the past, but coming in with a specialty or niche is what is going to excite future employers,”