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What exactly should an HR Professional do to increase talent value proposition?
3rd January 2017 From India, Gurgaon
How one can win the so-called war going on for Big data talent?
6th January 2017 From India, Gurgaon
Outthink them in new and creative ways, Whatís so knock-out about your pay and perks? Whatís there in your bag for those millennials? How many sponsored family vacations have you thrown in your offer? Then there are those things about the job per se. How about research-oriented projects that add value and qualify the talent for raises? Have you implemented gamification in the team to separate the wheat from the chaff? Aspects like these will increase your talent value proposition. Source:†What They Still Don
9th January 2017 From India, Gurgaon
What new tactics are being applied for hiring big data talent?
9th January 2017 From India, Gurgaon
These days hiring big data talent has become a major task for HR professionals. There is still a lot which they donít know about hiring big data talent. I strongly recommend this article for such professionals. It gives great insights. bit.ly/2i9wDu1
Cheers!
10th January 2017 From India, undefined
Why hiring big data talent has become such a major task for HR professionals?
11th January 2017 From India, Gurgaon
You should read the book " who moved my cheese" written by Spencor Johnson and you will find the reason as to why big data talent .assumes significance in modern business.In this volatile business environment with seamless boundaries across the Globe and innovative technology, revolutionizing the features of products and demands of customers, the business can survive only if it adapts itself to this fast change. Then, to know what is changing in the markets, the business shall analyse vast volume of information available in various forms so that it can predict customer needs and market trends and technology requirements .to keep itself always on top of the performance vis-a vis it's competitors. For example, once Nokia ruled the mobile market in India and it was almost a household name in tele-communications. However, it remained complacent with it's almost monopolistic market share and became unaware of the much improved models which it's competitors brought into the market. The change did not happen over night but Nokia remained unaware of the change. That's where the Big Data analysts prove critical to business.

B.Saikumar

HR & Labour Law Advisor

Navi Mumbai
11th January 2017 From India, Mumbai
Thank you so much everyone, links provided by you guys are really informative.
12th January 2017 From India, Gurgaon
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