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Dear Anu,

I work for an Advertising agency and in this industry you have a huge talent crunch. What we do for sourcing out the right candidate is as below:

Running an Employee Referral Scheme where we reward an employee getting us the right candidate by paying them either 2%of the CTC offered to the new joinee or 5000/- whichever is higher. We call this program as P-REFER PROGRAMME

Also whenever we interview people we ask them to give us references with whom they have worked (withe their designation, contact details) which gets added up to our database.

I advise you to keep on using portals. However it has become a traditional method but still the best source to get candidates.

We also use blogs and social networking sites to spread news that we are looking for someone. One thing being very clear that whenever we do that it never looks like a recruitment ad. It has to be drafted carefully to excite them at least to get in touch with us.

Alumni: Keep them updated on whatever is happening. They will do the word of mouth adverising for you. Request your reliable alumni to get good profiles.

For campus recruitment: Do some poster campaign. Paste some interesting poster which excite them. A kind of teaser campaign before you actually visit them.

Hope this will help you in sourcing good profile. Do let me know if any of these work out for you.

Regards,

Nalini


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Hi guys
I was browsing through all the replies,we have lot of sources to get right candidate .But m suggestion is that you make your self a brand.Try to maintain your website,it will be source for you without any effort in future
Hi! Anu,
We are a profesional I.T Recruitment firm & have very good profiles of I.T professionals in our databank, incase if you are looking for any particular skillset please do let us know.
With Best Regards
Sushil

Hi,
You can try referral recruiting models like linkedIn or social networking sites like facebook/orkut to find people with particualr skills.
You may try being part of Google/Yahoo groups that cater to community with a specific skill/designation/company etc.
hi,
generally it is through networking only you can get the best results.try and increase your network,and also through referrals will yield right candidate.if you need help for training and executive level search,do get in touch we can help you.
thanks
ashish
Hi SushilThanks for your concern. I have a requirement for Java tech lead with min exprience of 5+ yrs in Java and TIBCO with min exp of 1+ yrs. please do help in this matterThanksAnu
Hi...Try Linkedin its a good source and will also give some insight regarding the candidate...Regards.Bishwajeet
Hi Anu
I believe employee referrel is the best cost effective solution for recruitment.In this case you can post the requirement through intranet to all employees .If anybody joines through reference .The referee will get the perks ( should be decide on grade level) only when the appointed employee completes 6 months in service & at that time referee & referred person should be there in service.
Regards
Nitin
Hi All
Urgent requirement for Filenet testers with min experience of 1+ yrs and Unix and C developers with min experience of 2+ yrs for IBM chennai... Please refer any of your friends who matches with these requirements
Regards
Anu Holla

Hi anu, You could tie up with a few good HR consultants who would pass on their contacts for a fee. Regards Dimple
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