Sandeephr96
Vp-hr And Administration
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Anonymous
Afternoon folks !
I have posted a couple of articles earlier in this forum and am now planning start a discussion on the this subject of How to ensure that you get a job asap especially when you have none at hand. I have done a fair bit of study and am sure it will help all those friends of mine who for some reason or the other are searching for a job.
Please do share your views as will I.
Wishing you a very pleasant day !
Sandeep Sharma
VP-HR

From India, Mumbai
Afternoon folks !
I have posted a couple of articles earlier in this forum and am now planning to start a discussion on this subject of "[B]How to ensure that you get a job asap" especially when you have none at hand. I have done a fair bit of study and am sure it will help all those friends of mine who for some reason or the other are searching for a job.
Please do share your views as will I.
Wishing you a very pleasant day !
Sandeep Sharma
VP-HR

From India, Mumbai
Afternoon folks !
I have posted a couple of articles earlier in this forum and am now planning to start a discussion on this subject of 'How to ensure that you get a job' asap especially when you have none at hand. I have done a fair bit of study and am sure it will help all those friends of mine who for some reason or the other are searching for a job.
Please do share your views as will I.
Wishing you a very pleasant day !
Sandeep Sharma
VP-HR

From India, Mumbai
Dear Mr. Sandeep Sharma,

Would be glad if you could share a link (from earlier posting) on your study/article here in this discussion thread. Many members would like to chip-in there views for the said topic.

My Ideas of getting a job ASAP are - One should inform their ex-colleagues, friends, relatives, family amongst the network of people one has; which makes them get a quickest response than applying to companies picked out.

- Reading through the local news papers gets an added succumb on instant openings.

- The candidate can visit the preferred consultancies to drop-in their resumes and inform them their "JOINING IS IMMEDIATE" when selected.

- For a much quicker response, the applicant has to do some door job -- (explained) for instance, he/she is looking for a housekeeping job, while visiting a Hotel, Restaurant, Hospitals, Day-care institues he/she can enquire for positions vacant and if required dropping a resume will definitely find help.

- While making calls one should keep in mind to speak to an appropriate person who is concerned on recruitments. In case of approaching companies, an HR Manager should be a point of contact.

Before I finish, a personal stance of mine is a candidate should attend job fair (local) for the fastest response which is lucid in terms of interview and feedback.

From India, Visakhapatnam
Morning ma'am !
I must thank you for sharing some very precious points. No doubt each of these are priceless. I will soon be sharing the links to my postings.
Wishing you a very pleasant day !
Sandeep Sharma

From India, Mumbai
Dear Ms Das,
Subsequent to my last comment on the thread, appended below please find some of the links of my earlier postings:-
http://www.citehr.com/77966-cell-pho...on-letter.html
http://www.citehr.com/83829-antecede...-performa.html
www.citehr.com/showthread.php?t=80761.
Kind regards
Sandeep Sharma

From India, Mumbai
To get a job asap, one has to be active in searching for the relevant job and then just get prepared yourself for the desired profile interview. Giving interview without preparations sometimes can become a hurdle in getting job, so go through the profile thoroughly.
From India, New Delhi
Dear friends,
I would go step by step and the first thing that we will tackle today is the list of actions to be done as soon as you come to know that you are likely to be quitting (for whatever reason) is as follows:
1. Start discreetly reaching out to your network.
2. Prepare your spouse
3. Investigate your company’s severance policy
4. Begin taking possession of your personal belongings, personal files and e-mail addresses.
5. Update your resume.
6. Re-establish ties with executive recruiters.
7. Use websites to help you explore HR job opportunities and produce job leads.
8. Hold off on long-term financial commitments
9. Use your employee benefits, before you lose them.
Please let me have your kind views.
Sincere regards
Sandeep

From India, Mumbai
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