Hello everyone, welcome to a new day. My blogging journey has been fun recently and lots of things to blog about.
Every employer is always willing to hire an employee with the hope that such an employee would add ‘value’ to the organization. The interpretations of ‘employee value’ by employers differ from time to time and can often be quantified as either work experience or educational qualification. This post is an attempt to make a case for both sides of the ‘employee value’ divide!
In the real sense of it, the true value of an employee cannot be ascertained accurately. This is because the true worth of an individual in the talent marketplace is not static but changing as an individual’s career unfolds. A few factors that affect it include intellectual factors, demographic factors (such as age, population, labour/job demand etc.) and economic factors. For you to succeed in your career journey, you need to understand what determines value in the job marketplace and how you can influence it.
The above is an excerpt of a guest post tagged Experience VS Educational Qualification: Which do employers prefer? and it was published on Jobberman.com Blog today. Go read it now and let me have your feedbacks. Read it here…