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Happy Year of the Rooster!

Published: Friday 27th January 2017

Rooster with Chinese calligraphy on body on a red background

With the start of the Chinese Year of the Rooster upon us, what does this mean for recruiters? Well, Roosters apparently excel in certain areas of their career. Of particular interest to recruiters and employers will be that Roosters ‘follow instructions well, and always make sure that their supervisors and bosses are always content with the work that they are doing’. What’s not to like about that if you’re looking to fill say a picker/packer vacancy?.

Roosters therefore can climb through the ranks of an organisation, albeit slowly, and are able to take on more a little more responsibility as they progress. However, they may struggle to make decisions on their own. Either way, Roosters sound like a sound long-term investment for any employer, though don’t look for any trail-blazing team-leading characteristics from them.

If you’re thinking of how they might fit into an organisation you may want to check the Chinese Zodiac signs of others in their potential team – certainly don’t mix them with Tigers, Rabbits or Horses.

The Chinese Zodiac sign of a candidate is presently not an element of any recruiter’s decision making process. But Zoek should be. Our unique machine-learning algorithm means that candidates are pre-matched to your vacancies, saving you time and money. Find out more about Zoek for Recruiters and start the Chinese New Year off with recruiting fireworks.

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