Category Archives: HR Trends

Top Ten Reasons it´s Great to Be in HR:

By | 26th September, 2019

Today is your day! Pat yourself on the back and appreciate the hard work, staff negotiating, corporate liaison and legislation interpreting you do all year.
Our site,, the largest web destination in North America for HR experts, advice, resources, products and services, would like to honor those who hire, train and pay you.

Training to CA Students at WIRS

By | 6th September, 2019

Giving insight to CA students on how to successfully face personal interviews and handle group discussion effectively at WIRC of ICAI. Thanks CA Vikash Jain and Dipesh Muchhala for giving this wonderful opportunity to share my experience with students.
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Get settle in Chile (South America)

By | 19th June, 2017

Contact us if you are looking for opportunity to get settle in American continent without IELTS, TOEFL or Medical test. We have some excellent offer for you for Chile wherein you will get PR without IELTS, TOFEL or Medical just in 45 days. Once you have PR of these country you can get visa

Why Do You Still Need Recruitment Agencies in the Age of Online Hiring?

By | 30th March, 2017

Upon reading the title of this article, you might think something like this: Why bother using recruitment agencies when you can do it all by yourself? Why bother wasting your budget when you can post jobs online and attracts the best talents using social media channels? Well, this piece will bring you different insights on

20 things to never do in an interview.

By | 22nd July, 2015

No matter how impressive a cover letter or CV you carry to an interview, there could be certain last minute changes (decisions) that could change the game for you. The job could be yours, given the precautions you undertake while talking out the nuances of your hiring. We give you a list of the

4 Questions to Ask Yourself When Starting a New Job.

By | 21st July, 2015

This is prime time for college graduates and families of all types to relocate, often seeking or beginning new jobs in different locations. Whether you are entering the workforce for the first time or beginning a new mid-career job, this can be a summertime cocktail of great opportunity mixed with angst and a twist of

Five ways to work out a new set of KRAs

By | 21st April, 2012

Just when many have let out a collective sigh of relief at appraisals being over, a new set of key result areas (KRAs) needs to be cleared.
Firms have made their variable component higher and the criteria more rigorous, so nothing short of achieving them completely would ensure a good take home at the

Five ways to conduct informal employee checks

By | 3rd April, 2012

Background and reference checks have become the golden rule of hiring in large companies due to instances of fraud or inflated cvs, but come with heavy costs. ET shares how one can save through informal background checks.
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