How employers look for employees
Large companies are interested in attracting young professionals. Therefore, they place ads on a set of trainees on information stands of the university. After this, successful candidates can be invited to the staff. Some companies are interested in attracting students to work. They can offer part-time vacancies and thus save on the patch. Also, employers make inquiries to specialized schools and institutes, and the administration can recommend to them the most successful students.
Cafes, restaurants and shops often place on the entrance doors information that they need waiters, cooks, sellers, etc. Also, you can often find ads about finding employees in public transport and on city information boards. Thus, they are looking for employees to work, which does not require high qualification.
Many modern companies have internet sites, and they place a list of vacancies there. Therefore, if you would like to work in a particular firm, you can get acquainted with the proposals of the organization. Perhaps you will not find a suitable vacancy. However, on the websites of many companies you can leave your resume, and if the employer later will look for a specialist in your profession, you may also consider your candidacy.
To find employees, many organizations place vacancies on specialized sites: hh.ru, rabota.ru, job.ru, etc. The employer describes his requirements to the employee and informs him about the basic working conditions. This way of looking for employees is becoming more popular every year.
Some employers continue to post their ads in newspapers and magazines. Usually there you can find job offers for young professionals and workers who do not have special knowledge and skills.
To find employees for managerial positions, employers often turn to recruiting companies. The search for employees in this case is carried out by employment agencies. Usually they first conduct one interview with the candidate by phone, then they appoint a personal meeting. About the most successful candidates, the agency informs employers, and after that the company conducts an interview on its own.
Heads of small firms primarily look for employees on the recommendation of their colleagues and friends. Therefore, in small companies quite often several members of the same family work.