John Ward replied to the topic Recruitment and the Social Media- Maintaining our humanity? in the forum HR & Personnel Practitioners 6 years, 3 months ago
Kevin: I agree with your comments. Recruitment and selection (if we include recruitment consultants) is a three – way process between employer, recruitment agent and applicant.
I agree that the three points you mention really count against a recruiter.
There are other areas of thought:
Applicants should be educated in the fact that recruiters d…[Read more]
John Ward replied to the topic Is it necessary to be re-trainined regularly even though you are qualified in the forum Skills Development Facilitators 9 years, 7 months ago
Dear Tricia, One of the principles of Assessment is Currency. Competency must be current to be valid. Thus if a person is qualified in an area and is currently working in that area, then retraining is unnecessary (unless the duties of the job change and member has to be trained in another aspect of his overall job). If a person is qualified in a…[Read more]
@karenhardman Hi Karen, Am Product Manager for training provider, responsible for about 50 programs, accreditation, assessment, policies and procedures. If I can be of any assistance, let me know. John
@rochellelowakombou Dear Rochelle, Fully agree with your sentiments. You could try getting the appropriate SETA person out to your own premises to physically look at and discuss all your processes (not a “site visit”)so that the SETA becomes more knowledgeable about you and your organisation. It has added benefits in that there could be less…[Read more]