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2 changes can be made (If u wish).
1. Basic requirement you have mention soft skills & Good
Communication. Good Communiation is a part of soft skills.
2. In Recruitment form , You can include Job Fair, Virtual Job Fair, Gate Hiring(For Manufacturing Industries), Employement Service (For Govt. related Jobs)
26th June 2007 From India, Madras
26th June 2007
Gate hiring - It is a recruitment type or method followed in Manufacturing sector or to hire security, cheap labour. Here in this type, the employer will display the add in the gate or keep banner near by the office permise and they will recruit the candidates.
Ex: Hiring of security
Virtual Job Fair - Where 5 or more companies will give add in the internet on same host page and attracts the employee or candidate. Best Example is TIMES JOB.COm
Hope this helps u.
26th June 2007 From India, Madras
Another question that keeps striking me is that what do candidates look for in a company....apart from the financial package. I mean I am currently doing a job at a recruitment consultancy....when i ask the candidates, more than the job description they will ask...`what's the CTC?'
Is it always the money or can it be more?....and what about the companies....what do they want their hired candidates to be like?....
26th June 2007 From India, Bangalore
Can u be specific in ur query???
Regarding this query Another question that keeps striking me is that what do candidates look for in a company....apart from the financial package. I mean I am currently doing a job at a recruitment consultancy....when i ask the candidates, more than the job description they will ask...`what's the CTC?'
Answ: candidates may look for
1. Availabilty of Onsite
2. Transporatation (Night Shift)
3. Night Shift Allowance
4. They will check for CMM level
5. Dependability of Project
27th June 2007 From India, Madras
Apartment from what John has mentioned, candidates do look for :
1. Working environment,
2. Growth path in the company
4. Whether he / she will be working as part of team or independently.
and many more based on individual need.
28th June 2007 From India, Madras
I always look for CLAMS Theory, to find out the various factor the applicant looks forward for any offerred job
C : Challenge
L : Location
M : Money
Out of these factors, which one is the priority for the candidate.
being a recruiter or HR professional we shud judge the inclination of the applicant
thanks and regards
28th June 2007 From India, New Delhi
indeed its a good presentation but few points are not mentioned in the recruitment. i am also working in a large search firm, and actively invole in the recruitment process..
i will just explain you about the new process which is taking place in india. i.e Interim Management. it is very much popular in the western region and slowly and steadily it is growing in Inda also.
i will just quote few of the lines which shows how interim management is popular among the Sr. level position.
3-in-1 : Interim CEO's fill Top Level Vacancies.
Finding suitable CEO replacements ahs become extremely tough for Indian Companies across verticals. As a result executive leasing is becoming a way out. dont be surprised if u meet someone who heads and manages 3 companies all at teh same time on a time basis.
a ceo who has 27 yrs of exp. feels that he is very much happy as an interim CEO rather becoming a full time CEO. he likes to move on and meet a new firm EVERY QUARTER.
this mit help you to understand the prospective of Interim management, which is now a days growing.
2nd July 2007 From India, Mumbai
thats reli fruitful and interesting, definately goin down in the presentation....never heard of it before....apart from the fact that a company has fresh ideas....isnt it difficult for the organisation to float away from the style they approched first if u have ceo's changin?.....that's what interim management is all about right?.....and if the HR chooses their CEO then they are bound to listen to the junior managers and do what they say....for they chose him or her....m totally confused by the end....sorry
5th July 2007 From India, Bangalore