Tips for Hiring Manager

5 Tips for Hiring manager

Allow Candidate to talk more

Study’s shows that hiring managers talk too much about themselves and opportunity in hand leave little time candidate to talk. The more you allow them to speak, more you learn about candidates, which helps you understand them clearly.

Let other staff also interview 

Allowing other staff members to interview the candidate helps to the interviewee understand the organization culture and it also helps you understand how the applicant will fit in your organization.

Ask at least one question from each section below

Competency – you can determine candidate technical skills for this position by asking competencies questions. Ask technical questions, piratical exercise or situational questions, It helps you to understand decision-making skills. For example, if you interviewing programmer or developer, give them scenarios and ask to develop the logic to accomplish scenarios.

Ethics – you can understand ethical values of the interviewee by asking a question such as how do you ask help from your teammates., ask about punctuality, ask behavioral questions. This helps you to assess if the candidate would fit with your organization.

Interest – Not every candidate who giving interview are not interested in your organization. You have to filter out those are really interested in being part of your organization. Ask some common question about your organization, such as what are our products or services, ask do you know how many locations we have nationally etc. Truly interested candidate learned basics about your organization before the interview.

Check responsibility 

It’s important for hiring a manger to make sure candidate is very responsible and will be dedicated towards the job. Ask a question like how can they manage day-to-day responsibilities? How they priorities there task? When do they fail to deliver work on time? If you interviewing manager, ask does he/she follow management strategy? These questions help you to understand candidate seriousness towards work.

Now, you  is your turn to answers

Finally, Whatever happens during the interview, show positive behavior. Even if you would decide that candidate is not fit within the few seconds of the interview, make sure that you treating a candidate like want on the board. Ask, do you have any questions for me? Ask, do you like to learn more about our organization. Talk about the challenges you facing in a position that you are interviewing for. This increases the chances of words going out how good is your organization.

 

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Data Scientist – Hottest job of 2017

Data Scientist role

There are several talks about data scientists: what they do, how can I become one, do I need one for my organization.  Let's see what the data scientist do and what you need to become one. 

What does data scientist do?

In simple general terms, someone who can analyze the data for actionable insight is called as Data Scientist.  By applying statistics and machine learning to a large amount of data, the make the predictions with strong evidence.

The general responsibilities and skills of data scientist are

  1. Gathering, cleaning, managing, and exploring a large amount of disparate data in order to: make predictions, build data models and algorithms, test hypotheses, and communicate the results to respective decision making personnel’s in the organization.
  2. Responsibility to generate evidence-based insights that can be communicated in a visual and storytelling fashion in order to aid the business in decision-making.
  3. They should have versed in statistics, mathematics, economics, programming, and have a solid business-focused background and acumen.
  4. Offer the greatest opportunities to the organization by Identifying the data-analytics problems
  5. They are more interested in discovery. Instead of being daunted when you hand them a huge amount of unstructured data, they’re naturally driven to find a truth within it.

 

How can I become Data Scientist

- Do you have degree in mathematics, statistics, computer sciences,      management information system or marketing?

 - Do you have significant work experiences in any of this area?

-  Do you have an interest in analyzing data?

 - Do you enjoy new challenges and problem-solving work?

If your answer is yes to all definitely, you will be a good and successful data scientist.

Below are the data science competencies you should develop

Tools: statistical programming language, like R or Python, and a database querying language like SQL are the basic tools and you should know how to use this tools  

Statistics: should have well-applied knowledge of statistics and clear concept of distributions, statistical tests, P-value and maximum likelihood estimators etc.  

Machine Learning: these skills you need to work with those companies where the product itself data-driven with huge amounts of information. You must have a clear concept of things like random forests, ensemble methods, k-nearest neighbors, etc.

Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra: Understanding of these concepts lead to huge wins by small improvements in projecting performance or system optimization in companies where the product is defined by the data.

Data Visualization and Communication: both of these skills are very important because you are using these skills to present all your work to both technical and non-technical audiences. Strong communicating skills define your findings clearly. Whereas in visualization skills helps to choose correct visualization tools to demonstrate your work according to your audiences.

If you are interested in hiring Data Scientist or you are looking for Data Scientist position, please contact us today!

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HR Point Consulting Inc. Joins American Staffing Association

For Immediate Release

Chicago-based HR Point Consulting Inc. Joins American Staffing Association
ASA Represents $122-Billion Staffing, Recruiting, and Workforce Solutions Industry

Chicago, IL, 02/27/17 —HR Point Consulting, headquartered in Skokie, IL has joined the American Staffing Association, the national trade association representing the $122-billion U.S. staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry.

HR Point Consulting specializes in staffing service in the areas of information technology, engineering, finance, accounting, healthcare, human resources, and sciences.

“HR Point Consulting is dedicated to providing the best overall staffing experiences to its employees and clients—current and future,” said Basheera Begum, President of HR Point Consulting. “Joining the American Staffing Association demonstrates the firm’s strong commitment to legal, ethical, and professional practices and continual drive for excellence.”

For more information about HR point Consulting, visit hrpointconsulting.com

For more information about the American Staffing Association, visit americanstaffing.net.

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About HR Point Consulting Inc.
The HR Point provides staffing and business solutions to organizations around the United States. Our expert staff matches professionals with available career opportunities in several fields. HR Point provides temporary, temporary-to-hire and permanent placement services, Visit hrpointconsulting.com

About the American Staffing Association
The American Staffing Association is the voice of the U.S. staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry. ASA and its affiliated chapters advance the interests of the industry across all sectors through