5 Things to Know About Bilingual Recruiting during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Due to the worldwide spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, every bit of the society has experienced some major setbacks. Despite these, we know you have nothing but hope and willpower to get back up and find the best talents for your team. For a short guide on your Bilingual recruiting during this pandemic, we have gathered here some insights and market facts regarding talent preferences, background and profiles for your quick guide. Scroll on.

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5. There are still a lot of Bilinguals job seekers despite the pandemic. Due to closure of many accounts, language skilled talents who have been employed are now out for job-hunting. Non-native Bilinguals also had the time to sharpen their language skills increasing the number of qualified candidates who need not any working VISA at all. The ever-extending quarantine had also paved ways for Bilinguals to reassess their options hence have led them to start looking into new industries and career opportunities.

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4. Native Speakers are looking for jobs in the Philippines. Despite the closure of airports and the halt in international and domestic travels, there still is a number of Native Language speakers who are in the Philippines. They are out looking for better career options and will be readily available for relocation once travel bans, especially in Metro Manila, had been lifted.

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3. Candidate’s preference for Online interviews. Most job seekers are staying at home  for safety precautions against COVID-19. Due to this, more candidates are always available for online interviews and assessments. Other companies and industries have also resorted to such, not only setting up a convenient meeting place for both parties but also strengthening safety and precautionary measures against the spread of the disease.

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2. Candidate’s preference for Work-from-home set-up.  According to the recent reports completed by the Philippines top Job-Posting site, job seekers are more attracted to opportunities which offer a Work From home set up. Hence, when hiring companies are offering this, there’s a huge chance that their requirements can gain more clicks from more users. Hiring companies can then widen their pool of qualified candidates. In the long run, this will not only provide recruiters with more profile choices but can also assure safety of not only the candidates but the company’s every employee as well.

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1. Candidate’s availability to start working. While the majority of job seekers are looking into starting to work immediately, all prioritize their safety more. Most of the language-skilled job seekers aren’t expecting to start until past a few weeks after the community lockdown. Otherwise, if a company provides a Work-from-Home working arrangement and the tools necessary, candidates will be more than willing to apply.

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The list is only a preview of some changes that you can expect while recruiting during this Pandemic. Better yet, know more about the market and how your team can save time and effort in getting to the right and perfect talents. Check us out here: http://jknetwork-jobs.com/forClients.

Author: J-K Network Services

ABOUT US J-K NETWORK MANPOWER SERVICES is a trusted partner for providing manpower solution to over 500 companies around the Philippines. We find MULTILINGUALS, FILIPINO and EXECUTIVES for all types of jobs. We are a licensed recruitment agency with Government accreditation. We are registered in Department of Trade and Industry with no. 01956641 and we are under the Department of Labor and Employment License number M-15-01-034. We give free assistance for your employment application. Free Career Consultation. Awarded as the best vendor in the Philippines, Be employed with today’s biggest companies in the country. Our clients are from BPO, IT, Manufacturing, Real Estate, Bank and Finance, Consultancy, Casinos and other International and Global companies based in the Philippines Hiring Bilinguals Japanese, Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Cantonese), Chinese (Fukien), Korean, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Melayu, Thai, Bengali, Portuguese, Hindi, Vietnamese, Urdu, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Dutch HIRING FILIPINO (all positions) Accounting/Finance, Administrative/Office Management, Advertising/Publishing, Human Resource/Back Office Jobs, Manufacturing, Sales and Marketing, Hotel-Hospitality, Customer Service Industry, BPO Industry, Engineering, IT (Hardware), IT (Software), IT (Network, DataBase, System) AWARDS RECEIVED 2014 • Accenture’s Entry Level Hires (Multilingual) 2014 • Accenture’s Valued Recruitment Partner 2014 2015 • Accenture’s Top Multilingual Provider 2015 • Outstanding Award for Most Number of Multilingual Applicants -3rd Quarter of 2015 2016 • Outstanding Award for Most Number of Multilingual Applicants -1st Quarter of 2016 • Outstanding Award for Most Number of Multilingual Applicants -2nd Quarter of 2016 • Outstanding Award for Most Number of Multilingual Applicants -3rd Quarter of 2016

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