The enterprise management – it is a complex process which requires to take into consideration many factors and conditions, the control of production and technological processes, the stages of production and the sale of products.
The organization and management of the company affect a wide range of activities of the company, starting with the starting with the staff recruitment and its administration and ending with the production and sale of finished products.
The management of production activities of a company is a complex process, consisting of controlling several aspects, accounting for the costs of purchasing raw materials and equipment, introducing modern technologies, solving issues of storage and marketing of products.
Clobbi company opens for business leaders new ground in the management of production, introducing modern cloud computing technology for the organisation, accounting and control of the company.
Cloud based production management platform Clobbi allows the company:
Manufacturing process management with the help of Clobbi greatly simplifies the process and improves the efficiency of the company.
Effective business management is guaranteed by Clobbi service benefits, such as:
Taking advantage of our cloud service, you can greatly simplify the management of the production process at any level.
Contact our experts for more information on what you need to organize the management of production in your company using Clobbi.
Those who have changed jobs more than once have probably come across a situation where a recruiter asked you about desired or your current salary level. Why does he asking it, since such issues are usually discussed with a potential employer.
So, why recruiters ask applicants about the desired salary level? This is part of the required information that the recruiter needs in order to present you to his client as better as possble. This data are not mandatory if you are applying for a vacancy by yourself. Read more
Over time, many users of the popular social network LinkedIn find that their mailboxes are filled with a huge number of useless spam messages, while they get less new interesting contacts. LinkedIn transition to the new interface means a significant change in the usual methods of work in this social platform. As a result, many users thought about whether they should continue to use premium account or move on to newer and more attractive online platforms. Will this lead to a significant reduction in the audience of LinkedIn, which was the key tool not only for business people, but also for recruiters? Read more
In one of the posts of this blog, we noted similarity of recruitment with marketing: in order to attract valuable employees, a company must not only offer an acceptable compensation package, but also be attractive for a potential employee. This is the “marketing side” of recruiting, its communicative aspect. Read more
In the modern business world, everything revolves around data. This is not surprising, because the data is the basis for making effective decisions! Every year we learn another buzzword from the sphere of business management or technologies. First, there were BI for data analysis, then we learned the Big Data. And now, unexpectedly, the place of a breakthrough technology is taken by predictive analytics. Companies leading in the field of IT are already announcing the release of updated products with the support of this fashionable feature. Clobbi is not far behind global trends. Today we will look at how the predictive analysis can give a return to the enterprise using the example of the Clobbi.Recruiting cloud service. Read more
Demand for professionals in the labor market steadily exceeds supply, companies are forced to offer the better conditions in order to hire professionals. It is safe to say that the hiring market is overheated. Recruiters find themselves in a difficult situation, because it becomes more difficult and expensive to hire employees with the necessary set of professional skills. Therefore, tools that increase recruiters performance will come in handy. Read more
All recruitment managers use the cost-per-hire analytical metric (cost of closing a vacancy) in their work. At least, many believe that they know how it is calculated and what it means for the company. However, in addition to knowing the cost of hiring a specialist, it is also useful to understand how much each applicant costs for your company. Read more
Big Data has become such a common term that it is applied literally to every business function, claiming that it will improve company performance. This trend has not bypassed HR departments. Personnel departments already used many analytical tools, and to a certain extent that was reasonable. But is it really necessary to have big data in HR, and how can you improve department performance with the help of modern management tools? Read more
Nowadays, more and more companies are turning to management models based on objectives and key results (OKR) to make better management decisions. Management based on key indicators beginning to be applied in the field of human resource management, including the recruitment tasks. Read more
Irina Shamaeva, one of the world’s leading experts in the field of sourcing, has published information about several undocumented search operators that are processed by the LinkedIn search engine.
Those operators have never been officially documented by LinkedIn. Nevertheless, they are taken into account when processing every request.
In her blog post, Shamaeva argues that these operators can be used by both premium LinkedIn users and users of basic accounts. Read more
ATS (Applicant Tracking System) is a system for automating, simplifying, and speeding up recruitment processes in a company. The benefits of using ATS become more obvious if you track the dynamics of the key recruiting performance indicators:
– hiring time
– hiring costs
– hiring quality Read more