Reference Check

A reference check is when an employer contacts a job applicant's previous employers, schools, colleges, and other sources to learn more about his or her employment history, educational background, and qualifications for a job.

 
  • When you're job searching, you can expect to have your references checked at some point during the hiring process. Prospective employers usually check references when you're in serious contention for a job. In some cases, employers may ask for references as early as when you submit your job application. At FP Recruitment & Executive Search, we conduct a reference check as soon as the candidate past the final interview just before the offering stage.


  • มาเจาะลึกถึงเทคนิคการเขียน resume ภาษาอังกฤษกันสักหน่อย การเขียนเรซูเม่ให้ดีเป็นสิ่งที่ยากมากแต่ก็ไม่ใช่ว่าทุกคนจะเขียนไม่ได้  หลักสำคัญคือ ต้องเขียนสิ่งที่เป็ฯตัวเราจริงๆ เนื้อความสั้น กระชับ และได้ใจความ ส่วนรูปแบบของเรซูเม่ จริงๆแล้วไม่มีใครรู้ว่าแบบไหนคือดีที่สุด เอาเป็นว่าอ่านง่ายสบายตา เท่านี้ก็ถือได้ว่าเป็นเรซูเม่ที่ดีค่ะ


  • The recruitment process seemed a little bit obvious - until you were the person responsible for it. Now it just feels daunting. The good news is that, give or take, nearly every recruitment drive can be broken down into seven steps - some of which you will be familiar with already.


  • Ethics often seems to be something from the realm of morality and philosophy. But this is far from the case: in modern recruitment, it has become a business tool and a considerable advantage in the struggle for customers. Understood the topic and identified for you 5 ethical rules that are important for each recruiter.

     

  • The fact that graduates embellish the CV is not uncommon. One adds a little extra to appear as a little more interesting to stand out from the crowd. However, certain candidates choose to go further and then it becomes a problem, both for us who are to recruit and for those who claim to have competence in areas they do not have at all.


Reference Check

A reference check is when an employer contacts a job applicant's previous employers, schools, colleges, and other sources to learn more about his or her employment history, educational background, and qualifications for a job.