Tag: Talent Acquisition
The former global HR head at Infosys will now move to the US, where more local hiring will be expedited.
Purpose, opportunity, success, appreciation, wellbeing and leadership are crucial in attracting and retaining talent.
A study suggests that free snack offerings not only attract and retain employees but make them engaged and productive.
The Gig economy model offered by Curasion involves temporary positions, independent/freelance workers and short-term contractual engagements.
Longer-term of new hires instead of simply measuring the efforts of the hiring process is priority now.
Professionals nowadays carefully review any job opportunity by scanning company reviews to assess the reputation of the organisation and the career growth offered before deciding to join
Talent acquisition professionals shy away from using the latest tools and technology that could empower them to get aligned with business objectives and it’s a big opportunity loss.
The programme aims to bring talented women in 26 countries back into the workplace after a career break
An exclusive six month-training programme in car design will be offered to the select six design graduates, post which they will get a professional internship certificate.
Recruitment and talent acquisition are the two most commonly used terms in HR departments across the globe. However similar they may sound or be perceived as being, there is an underlying difference between the two that many professionals tend to ignore. There exists a thin line between the two that creates a big difference in the way organisations manage talent.
Around 40 per cent of organisations still rely on ‘MS Excel’ as a primary tool to measure and manage pre-hires.
The marketplace is shifting from tools that automate traditional HR practices to platforms and apps that make life at work better.
Ratia will now drive key HR functions at Myntra with a focus on talent acquisition and retention for various levels and verticals.
How Big Data can be leveraged by HR professional to measure performance, predict behaviour of employees and also acquire talent.
A ‘Purple Squirrel’ is a game changer, armed with every attribute-education, competencies and experience- that would make him/her to be the ultimate find for an employer.