Posted on February 8, 2013 by weblinkindia
IT Jobs In Indian Banks: Offering Endless Opportunities
With the introduction of IT in Indian banking, life definitely has become very easy for an average customer. With all major banks getting computerized, customers no longer need to stand in long queues or even visit the bank every other day. Bank transactions can be now as easily carried out anywhere/anytime, whether you are in office, or your home, our even out of the city.[..]
Job Scenario In India & The Role Of Recruitment Consultants
There is no doubt about the fact that human capital is one of the most valuable of all assets that an organization has. With a competent human capital to back its endeavors, a business cannot hope to maintain its competitive edge. With the Indian economy going through a rapid growth phase, there is no lack of qualified manpower in the job market, which is good news indeed for the corporate.[..]
What Are The Factors That Negatively Affect Performance At The Workplace
Employees are considered as the major strength of an organization. The way they think and the things that they go through affect their performance at the workplace. Nevertheless, employer expects the employees to perform well and this is what they are after all paid for. But at the same time, the employers must try to find and eradicate the factors that negatively affect the performance of their employees.[..]
Why Indian SEO Services Are Preferred Worldwide
Over the years India is thriving in almost all the sectors, especially the IT sector. Today, the country has become a hub for a large number of Website Designing Companies and is one of the most preferred destinations for Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Services.[..]
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Posted on January 9, 2013 by weblinkindia
There is no doubt about the fact that human capital is one of the most valuable of all assets that an organization has. With a competent human capital to back its endeavors, a business cannot hope to maintain its competitive edge. With the Indian economy going through a rapid growth phase, there is no lack of qualified manpower in the job market, which is good news indeed for the corporate. The current job scenario In India has thrown up many opportunities for the candidates too. So why then do we still hear constant complaints about ‘not finding a good job’, or ‘not getting qualified employees’ & so on? The gap between employers & job seekers can be effectively filled by competent Recruitment Consultants.
Role Of Recruitment Consultants
- Recruitment Consultants are specialists having expertise in recruitment processes & can help organizations in finding talented manpower as per the job profile, skills required, etc. Most Recruitment Consultants maintain an applicant database having details about potential candidates & their job interests. This makes it easier for them to locate the best candidates suited to the job profiles in question. These Recruitment Consultants work closely with the clients & ensure that the right candidates are matched to the right organization.
- To make it easier on the employers, the Recruitment Consultants often take care of the initial stages of recruitment like – advertising for the position, inviting job applications, handling telephonic interviews, 1st stage & 2nd stage interviews (pre-screening) & of course, helping the clients with the final interviews & selection.
- Candidates can approach the Recruitment Consultants for getting a wide choice of job opportunities in reputed organizations. Whether the candidate is looking for a temporary job, permanent or a part time offer, the Placement Consultants can offer expert assistance.
- Some Recruitment Agencies even offer training to candidates to hone their skills (hard & soft) to ensure that they are fit for the job market.
With the help of a competent Recruitment Consultant, a company can attract, assess & recruit talented manpower.
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