Tag Archive: HR


Add value to your most valuable asset – Your people

If you could do one thing that increases your employee productivity by 200%, would you do it? Of course, you would. But you’d wonder whether it is possible to bring that kind of an impact to an organization, right? What if we tell you, it is. According to the Huffington Post, companies that focus on …

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My Internship with Paharpur Group

FIIB has been constantly contributing to my development as an aspiring HR professional. My job responsibility is an end to end recruitment and a major part of my job involves around receiving a vacant position from the various companies of the Paharpur group along with a Job Description that defines my search criteria to hunt …

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Social Media in HR

  SOCIAL MEDIA IN HR  “Life of HR: Easy or difficult with the advent of Social Media” Earlier role of HRM within organizations ranges from recruitment and selection, job analysis and appraisal to reward management. The advent of globalization and the changing nature of work, human resource management considers employees as valuable assets that contribute to the …

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EXACTITUDE 2013- The HR Conclave on Employability

“Somebody once said that in looking for people to hire, you look for three qualities: integrity, intelligence, and energy. And if they don’t have the first, the other two will kill you.” Fortune Institute of International Business successfully conducted EXACTITUDE 2013 on 16thFebruary 2013. The one-day HR Conclave on EMPLOYABILITY was attended by well known personalities like Mr. M. Ravindran, Managing …

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Surging Conviction, Soaring Confidence: HR taking a New Meaning

As a student, I would make sure that every single letter (Let alone word!) that the Professor uttered was scribed on the paper, if he emphasized it was highlighted in two different colors, if he repeated it was underlined in dark black ink, if he corrected it was erased to the last bit. Yesterday sitting …

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