We have one vacancy at our branch Vaishali-Ghaziabad for a learner in HR who will work for establishment of Sop's for big industry,
The job is suitable for Female candidate and should be located in nearby area.A lot of typing and manuals/HR books readings during the job,communication skill should be good ,there is no special qualification needed,Six days in a week,Sunday is not a compulsion for weekly off,it is candidates choice to get any day of weekly off or timing is not an issue,she can choice any timing for 8 hours between 6 am to 7 pm (or she can work 4 hours in morning and 4 hours in evening)
Please send your resume at info at globaloverseas dot in
9th April 2011 From India, Delhi
Its Better to go for a consultant , because there is a lot of problems in lower level of employee , the turnover ratio is also high if want to discusses with this matter you can call me regarding this , my contact no is 9945749964.
Pradeep D S
9th April 2011 From India, Bangalore
The best way to hire unskilled labour(Tailoring) for garment industry would be through NGO's who deal in Vocational training. Try and find out which NGO in your area deal in Vocational training. Check with them if they run vocational courses (Tailoring is one course approved by Government of India). More over NGO's will not charge you for placing their trained student.
Try this out. It works.
9th April 2011 From India, Mumbai
I have just completed my MBA( marketing ) from IMS DAVV INDORE. I have three year work experience in diffrent organizations but all of them were off role & part time jobs even i dont have salry slips for them, so now will it be better (or waste) to mention those work expereience in my resume for further job applications and plascement drives....
please suggest, you HR people can guide me well.
Arun K Soni
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10th April 2011 From India, Indore