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5 Things to Look For When Hiring a Recruitment Agency

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  Recently, India has given people the reason to smile in the midst of a pandemic by launching the Covid 19 vaccine. Now there is one more good news for the world! Hiring freezes are starting to lift across the industries.  Many businesses that faced the Covid-19 layoffs started entering a recruitment phase and hiring back the staff they once lost.  "According to the data compiled by Moneycontrol based on industry estimates, 10.8 million jobs have been lost across sectors since the March 25 lockdown." This was heartbreaking; however, the condition of the world is worse.  Now the situation is starting to get better as companies have aggressively started hiring. While it can be fascinating for them to cut costs and manage the hiring process internally, it's not an appropriate approach. Ask your top managers to spend valuable time in search of talent in their LinkedIn networks isn't only a waste of their time, but it is also not a smart move.  It's time to take hirin

Leverage Virtual Recruitment Technology To Hire Top Talents

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to reshape recruitment practices across industries. Today, organizations are not able to conduct the usual hiring drives on college campuses. These talent hunt events allow businesses to get their hands on the elite of the graduate crop from top engineering and management colleges across the country while allowing students to get a headstart on their careers. If you've experienced these issues before, you know just how helpful they are for filling critical and skilled roles with high-performing candidates. “The future of talent acquisition lies in reskilling, rather than finding someone better in the market. If you need to hire today, you need to reskill yesterday.” – Rajesh Ahuja, Global Head of Talent Acquisition at Infosys However, many educational institutes are still not opening the gate for their students because of the fear of an unprecedented pandemic. They are still running virtual courses due to which recruiting agencies are taking an al

Talent Recruiting Has Changed: Everything You Need To Know In 2021

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  Source: freepik 2021 is here with a whole new epoch in hiring and recruitment. It has been a transactional industry for years, mainly when it comes to sourcing minor candidates.  Recruiters are following the "Rooney Rule" to fulfill the DEI requirements of the corporate world. The Rooney Rule requires "at least one woman and one underrepresented minority [to] be considered in the slate of candidates for either every open position or every open senior position." No doubt that the traditional recruitment strategies pull a more diverse candidate pool, but retaining them promptly becomes an issue without sustainable practices. Because of Covid-19, the traditional hiring process has been more challenging to follow this year as recruiters and candidates are pushed to adapt to a fully remote experience. But seismic shifts are well begun—both in the way companies hire and in the traits they're looking for in 2021. Across almost all industries, focuses on stimulating d

Why Startups are good to start a career?

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You’ve graduated or Post Graduated from college or university get a diploma in your hand, and you have a couple of jobs offers on the table. Other than being one of the lucky graduates in a weak economy, you have a choice to make. On one hand, it is a high-paying entry-level position at a reputable brand in your field. On the other hand is a job offer from a small startup that is just kicking off. You’ve seen their product, believe in their mission, and like their approach, but aren’t sure you want to take on the risk of working at a startup. You’re leaning toward that corporate job and good pay with nice benefits... Here are the reasons, why a fresher should take the plunge and enter the startup world instead to join corporate. Your work will be recognized-  If you work at a big company, chances are that all of your hard work is going to be ignored by the boss or someone else is going to snag the credit. But at a startup, it’s nearly impossible not to notice a job well done

Coronavirus is not the end of your Profession:

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The coronavirus doesn’t have to be a dead-end for your career. If anything, it’s a moment to be nimble and prove your values. That may sound like a tall order right now. The uncomfortable truth is, however, is that skating by won’t provide any sort of job security. This is as urgent for millennials entering their peak earning years as it is for baby boomers watching their retirement savings circle the drain. The first order of business is making sure your skills are evolving with the needs of your company. These days, that’s the ability to charm a client over Zoom or keep projects on schedule as your team straddles time zones with fragmented working hours. If you’re in an industry directly hit by the virus, think about how your experience would be applicable to fields that have solid long-term prospects, like cybersecurity, robotics, and artificial intelligence. These sectors aren’t just for coders and engineers; they need accountants, compliance officers, HR managers, and communicat

Technology trends for the Human Resources

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This era predicted to be a year of more transformative development and increasingly disruptive technology advancement, HR professionals need to be on the lookout for the latest trends and adapt them quickly to keep their companies at the forefront of innovation. 1. HR Innovation Innovation within the Human Resources industry can be seen with HR professionals setting the pace with new performance management models, new learning methods, new ways to reduce bias, and new approaches to recruit and train people.  2. The surge of People Analytics With its ability to produce insights into the workforce, help companies retain talents, and spot employees who are likely to leave, the use of people analytic is becoming prevalent in 2018. Data provided allows HR professionals to have a deep understanding of employee’s needs, concerns, and so on. 3. Changes in Talent Sourcing The norm is shifting from full time employment trends to a blend of increasingly hiring remote workers, work