Face-to-face communications have fallen victim to the rise of the natural online communicators — or so-called "digital natives" — according to one recruiting firm, which says employers are increasingly vetting candidates’ communications skills.
After 60 candidates for New Zealand's national chief technology officer were rejected, a back-channel application produced a job offer followed by the resignation of the minister and then subsequent withdrawal of the role, with significant compensation.
Four in five jobseekers have adapted, or plan to adapt, their CVs and online profiles for initial screening by an algorithm, according to an online poll of 6000 people conducted by a major recruiting firm.
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