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Dear All, Adhaan Solutions Pvt Ltd is a staffing company having its presence across India. We provide staffing and payroll assistance to companies from various sectors. HR is changed specially recruitment techniques has changed in last decade. Here i would like to discuss techniques which will be used in order to do head hunting more effectively. Do share your views so that we all can revamp our knowledge.
Best Regards,
Adhaan Solutions Pvt Ltd
20th April 2016 From India, Gurgaon
Hi All HR professionals,
2016 is very important year as wide number of startups has emerged not in India but across the world. Hence, the need of adopting best recruitment techniques has also increased.
As per my opinion any company should focus more on hiring trustworthy candidates from loyal resources. For that an organization can always go for referral programs, recommendations, or taking X employees ( if their background is acceptable).We can also go for posting the vacancy on job portals like :
Naukri.com
Monster.com
Indeed.com
Timesjob.com etc
To avoid any such hassle and problems we can always go for outsourcing the function.Now-a-days various staffing companies are prominently operating in the market which takes care of hiring needs of the companies and solve this problems.
21st April 2016 From India, Jaipur
Dear All HR Professionals,
At the end of year 2015 I wrote an article on this 2016 recruiting trends which was consulted from well-known research organizations and my own experience. There are some recruiting practices I would like to share with you:
- Social recruiting
- Employer branding
- Employee referrals
- Anonymised recruiting
- Data-driven recruiting
- The deeper integration of marketing and recruiting
22nd April 2016 From Vietnam, Hanoi
Hi Mr.Yen,
Since you are from Staffing company please share the problems which you face at the time of head hunting across industries. All other HR professionals are also welcome to share their views on the same.
Regards,
Adhaan Solutions Pvt Ltd
23rd April 2016 From India, Gurgaon
Hi Adhaan,
I'm glad to share my view in staffing business. As you might have been experiencing, it's very difficult to fill vacancies for senior management level, especially in manufacturing industry. Passive candidates may satisfy with higher salaries and benefits we offer, but they are not willing to relocate. When it comes to recruiting entry level candidates, skills gap still remains the biggest problem we have to face. Fresh graduates often need training from scratch to be able to meet requirements.
I'd like to hear more from you and other HR professionals.
10th May 2016 From Vietnam, Hanoi
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