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Summary: New Delhi [India], Dec 26(ANI): The Delhi High Court on Tuesday dismissed the petition by job applicants alleging irregularities in declaration of results for probationary officers' exam by the State Bank of India.
Monthly active job applicants is the sum of undecided job applicants carried over from the previous month and new job applicants for that month.
The concept of the new 'bot' will advance the mission of HireHunt and launch a new job-searching process on everyone's smart phones, as an employer you can schedule interviews and talk to applicants from messenger, while job applicants are allowed to solve questions and play games instead of sending their CVs and waiting for a reply" Basil Fateen founder of HireHunt told Egypt Today.
Employers can also use PhilJobNet to invite registered job applicants for job interview on a desired date and have the option to print an applicant's profile.
RA 10911 or the Anti-Age Discrimination in Employment Law prohibits employers from prescribing age for job applicants.
Many employers ask job applicants if they have prior convictions before considering their qualifications, and a checked box renders an applicant unsuitable in the eyes of many employers.
Sometimes job applicants aren't aware of a potential conflict between a religious practice and a company policy, the government said.
In hiring new personnel, the BOC is implementing a policy against nepotism and tight screening to ensure the job applicants would be hired based on credentials and not on who are their political backers.
A THIRD of employers assume job applicants are telling the truth about their degree and do not ask to see proof of their qualifications, according to new research.
Fresh out of college, where I never really learned anything useful, and out in a world teeming with job applicants, I was ready to praise my future employer to extreme lengths and thought the only way to get a job was to butter my way up.
Researchers created fictitious job applicants with essentially the same work experience--except that half became self-employed and the others remained with corporations.
Because of the popularity of the Internet and the low costs of online recruitment, job agent websites (job banks) have become the most common method for employers to find job applicants (Lin, 2010; Walker, Feild, Giles, Armenakis, & Bernerth, 2009).