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A candidate who is a human can only be judged by another human says VP-HR Gi Group

In an exclusive interview with BW People, Upasana raina talks about GI Group’s take on Artificially intelligent hiring, wellness of workforce and challenges of working with millennials.

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Role of Social Media in Hiring

A talent acquisition, the cloud solution can deliver automated and streamlined processes to help even the most complex multinational organizations source, select, and hire top talent.

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Internship: The art of designing smart career comebacks!

Internship programmes, for the last several decades, has been a viable bridge between the industry and its talent-pool.

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Talent Acquisition strategy for 2018

IKEA has a unique hiring process where IKEA believe in value-based hiring and gives priority to individual’s values more than their experience and degrees.

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Upskilling is a Very Good Way to Retain Skill Gap Says Founder GOQii

There is no substitute for experiential learning and as an organization we create an ecosystem where all employees can benefit from the same.

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It is Time For HR Automation Says CHRO Amway

Companies need incumbents who can fit in to the organization’s culture and value system.

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Tata Sons Appoints Nupur Mallick as The New Group CHRO

Currently, Mallick is Director Human Resources for Tata Consultancy Services in UK and Ireland.

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Hiring intent revives,employability increases for freshers

The comprehensive talent demand and supply report are backed by renowned partners like Pearson, United Nations Development Programme, AICTE, AIU and various state governments, the fifth edition of India Skills Report, captures insights and trends from the largest employability test that was spread o

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Artificial Intelligence helping to evolve the role of recruiters

When asked to compare the quality of candidates today to five years ago, when AI was still in its infancy, 65 percent said candidates are more qualified today

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