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Dear Seniors,

Please Help!!!

I am working in a leading consulting company in the civil engineering industry and has been providing a plethora of services for infrastructure projects since a decade. The company was incorporated in the Year 2004, in the state of Maharashtra, with Head office and design hub at Nagpur, The company provides consultancy services in multidisciplinary aspects of infrastructure development. Some of the services include Project Feasibility, Planning, Designing, Detailed Engineering, Quality Control and Quality Assurance, Third Party Inspection, Project Management and Construction Supervision.

Now my query is my bd manager require some professionals to be hired for some projects which he is bidding to show the clients that these professionals will be working with us, but those will not be working for full time.. so the manager has asked me to convince them to give their consent to show theirs names in bidding process and when I said it is not an recruitment job then he said it is part of recruitment and I have been hired for the same only...

Now please advise is this a normal recruitment should i do this kind of job...

Thanks & Regards,


From India, New Delhi

Dear Anjali,
As you stated that "the workers will not be working for fulltime so they may work for Part time basic and the manager advised you to hire for showing the manpower strength for the project just for the sake of client.
any business the MD or CEO would like to acquire the new project at any cost and if the project is required to do so we can make it up. We call also this as business ethics or watever.. but Its not kind of recruitment because he asked you to put someone for biding the project... you just did because your boss said so for project and its not against recruitment... but u just done your job.

From India, Chennai
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