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It's no coincidence that the top companies like Google, Apple and McDonald's, are said to be the best places to work in. This is because these companies realize the quality of their product depends on the quality of people making it. An investment of time, money and effort for recruiting quality people is crucial for such organizations. + read more
Finding the right candidate who fits your job opening is a big achievement; more often than not, we are in a hurry to get the candidate on board and close the deal – and we miss the crucial step of reference checks for the candidate. + read more
There are millions of people on social media sites, which makes social media a common place to meet, share information and interact. With social media reaching almost all corners of the globe, it expands the scope for employers to dig into new and deserving talent, and recruit employees from anywhere in the world. + read more
For a business, right people in the right position can bring success, while right people in the wrong position can bring failure. As an employer, it is very important that your expectations from your employees are in complete alignment with their understanding of their job roles. This is where a good job description can help. Job descriptions offer both employer and employees the focus, clarity and expectations from a position. If your employees are clear of your expectations, it helps them work efficiently, accurately matching their need in the organization – ultimately resulting in smooth organizational growth. + read more