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  • By Swati Bhasin
    As many believe, 'First impression is the last impression," a candidate's resume probably...
  • Mar-2007
  • Hari Nair & Abhishek Gavane
    Competency based interviewing increases the likelihood of receiving honest and revealing respon...
  • Nov-2004
  • Matangi Gowrishankar
    An insight into the principles of behavioural interviewing to make a considered decision about ...
  • Mar-2004
  • Nina Muncherji
    Interpreting the non-verbal cues of a candidate during an interview can reveal so many hidden ...
  • Apr-2003
  • The link between hiring disasters and personality fit is becoming common knowledge. Not surpris...
  • Dec-2002
  • By T. Nakkeeran
    Lack of interest and the monotony of work are major factors pushing up attrition rates among fr...
  • May-2002
  • Fine-tuning the interviewing process can maximize the effectiveness of the hiring process. Do y...
  • Dec-1999
  • HC TEAM
    Self-renewal is about celebrating the intrinsic abundance of life, and making it a playful ...
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