It’s no secret that there are a lot of people who are currently unemployed. In Nashville alone the unemployment rate is 9.6%–which is .6% higher than the national average. According to the Tennessee department of labor, this figure, published in May 2011, is higher than what was reported in March 2011 due to more people looking for jobs. Since becoming unemployed myself, I have discovered a few things.
“Employees are making choices before they decide to call in sick,” said Evren Esen, manager of the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) survey research center, which has looked at the prevalence of paid time off banks.
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Clearly financial history is a factor in employ-ability. The theory is that a good credit history shows that a job candidate can handle money. That is, the person pays bills on time, can manage their budget and control their spending. Someone who can do these things is perceived as responsible. One the other hand, someone who has a large amount of debt is seen as irresponsible.
When you post your resume on job boards such as Monster and Careerbuilder, a lot of customer service companies will contact you for either commissions only positions or positions that have nothing to do with HR.
However, next I will not be looking at material on labor relations. I will be studying the subject of Human Resource Development. The topic covers training and developing employees. I’m also interested in the training aspect of HR, so I may end up really enjoying this part of my PHR studies, too!
This article is an attempt to figure out the factors that affect the selection process. This is to give a bigger picture to the readers. Exceptions are everywhere but most of the time, the above mentioned are the factors that plays an important role in rejecting or selecting a person.