実践ビジネス英語 2020/7/22 L6(4)21st-Century Skills 21世紀スキル
Grace talks about the frustration felt by corporate recruiters. McMillan says many jobs are being automated and outsourced, and ones that remain require critical thinking and empathy. Ueda talks about a family friend who is the chef, and the challenges he faces in dealing with his apprentices.
Many corporate recruiters are frustrated by how hard it is to find job applicants who have the skill sets they’re looking for.
He says the real challenge is to teach them how to work as part of a team, how to solve problems that suddenly come up, and things like common sense and a solid work ethic.
At the same time, many corporate recruiters are frustrated by how hard it is to find job applicants who have the skill sets they’re looking for. They’re seeking people with good communication skills, who know when and how to take the initiative, and who are able to work as part of a team. That’s what we mean when we talk about soft skills.
corporate recruiter 企業の採用担当者
Someone who recruits, hire people to work at companies. These people apparently, ah, tend to work at the company they’re hiring for. Ah, unlike a headhunter or an executive researcher. And those are independent people, the people that companies pay to fined possible employees. And headhunt is a verb too, like recruit. He was recruited to join company X. Or he was headhunted to join company X.