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  • By Sannita Chakraborty Saha
    A good way for quick inroads It is a 'war for talent'. Companies resort to poaching as they...
  • Aug-2011
  • By Dr Sujaya Banerjee
    Love them, hate them, you can't ignore them...
  • July-2011
  • By Arva Shikari
    With changing times, the way temping is being viewed has a great impact on the overall talent m...
  • Apr-2011
  • By Arva Shikari
    To tap diverse talent and to help women restart their careers GE JFWTC brings women scientists ...
  • Apr-2011
  • Nagina Singh, Head, Talent Acquisition, PepsiCo India's talks about the organization's campus...
  • Mar-2011
  • By Arva Shikari
    The employee referral program of IBM is designed to enhance the pool of diverse, qualified cand...
  • Nov-2009
  • Arva Shikari
    Companies, b-schools and management grads share their views on impact of pre and post recession...
  • Nov-2009
  • Prof Biju Varkkey
    Campus recruitment trends and student preferences (in terms of job profiles, career choice, com...
  • Nov-2009
  • Pradeep Bahirwani & Kannan Ramaiah
    Employers' demands, academia needs and demands on students constitute of new perspectives on c...
  • May-2009
  • Prof K Kunhikrishnan & Dr. Sandeep K. Krishnan
    What are the challenges and opportunities for organizations to have productive associations wit...
  • Apr-2009
  • Job portals are going through a paradigm shift... from e-resumes to video resumes to more...Wha...
  • May-2008
  • Lipsa Mohanty
    Since the rise of the concept of social networking in India everyone today is looking at possib...
  • May-2008
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  • Apr-2006
  • Organizations that are really serious about hiring through employee referral programs work with...
  • Mar-2006
  • Anuradha Ganapathy
    Organizations that are really serious about hiring through employee referral programs work with...
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