HR speaks

By C. Mahalingam - Symphony Services
Organizations and managers invest a lot of time and effort in selecting and offering right candidates with the hope that the selected candidate is excited about the role and the opportuni... more>>
By Indranil Mukherjee - Intuit
Willingness to learn is the most striking feature in a candidate. Once a candidate with six years of experience in various organizations came for an interview. What I liked in him was his... more>>
By Reena George - Indiagames
Candidates should posses a go- getter attitude as it helps them to grow even if they are not technically proficient. I believe with right kind of attitude they can grow much faster. They ... more>>
By Niranjan Neelamangalam - Aditi Technologies
In today’s dynamic corporate scenario, the concepts of human capital and creating a talent pool have created their own backyard and have grown to become the backbone of organizations. B... more>>
By SI Team
Many managers never receive a word of admiration because people mistakenly believe that praise should come only from the managers to employees and not vice versa. This might be because ma... more>>
By Sunil Nikhar - Pyxis Systems
I\'ve always given emphasis on diferent scientific studies while hiring candidates. Once I confronted a similar situation when we met a soccer-fan in a candidate. We asked him to do a pre... more>>
By John Kannath - UST Global
Seventeen long years ago, I launched into this profession of Personnel Management, which I chose deliberately. My career began amidst ring frames, spindles, speed frames, textile laborers... more>>
By Souma Das - Citrix India
In this age when the market is flooded with books on strategies for good leadership and the likes of Jack Welsh and Jim Collins sway millions of hearts, people talk about different percep... more>>
By C. Mahalingam - Symphony Services
Organizational learning is increasingly recognized as a key capability for competitive advantage. For the last couple of decades, there has been enormous debate and discussion on various ... more>>
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