talent

The term Talent Management was coined by McKinsey and Company following a study in 1997. So much has changed since then. From being a small part of the Human Resources Department, talent has now evolved into being one of the most crucial ingredients of the HR department. In addition, it also defines an organization’s value […]

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-Tips For The Interviewer  Interviews!!! They come attached with a lot of hopes and dreams. Interviews are always attached to a roller coaster of emotions; fear, hope, excitement, and more. Here are ten commonly asked interview questions to lessen your fears and which will help you acquire the right talent. No matter how prepared you […]

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Why are you keeping this curiosity door locked? Open it and understand the current trends in talent management system and how you can master the game of keeping your employees safe from the Demogorgon, hailing from the kingdom of ‘better workplace’. “To win in the marketplace, you must first win in the workplace.” -Doug Conant […]

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Talent management strategies are helpful for SMEs, startups and organisations of all strengths. We covered a lot of interesting stuff about how Google is practically a ‘recruiting machine’ and how it drives its employees to be continually innovative and achieves almost zero retention rate. Google has taught us a lot about talent management. No doubt, […]

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Talent Experiences is what we were discussing in the previous blog. It was more like an introduction. This blog will outline how both the employer and employee can benefit from its effective implementation. You might already be doing what is required to keep your employees happy. We hope you do, but, just in case you […]

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Business leaders see tremendous promise in AI and what it can bring to the future of their companies. For example, freeing employees from redundant tasks so they can do more productive work, and hire people into jobs that are right for them. It gives a sense of freedom and liberation to focus on tasks that […]

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When I was in college all I cared about was my 12 to 7 dance practice sessions. I never took up any internship like other students did. To be honest, I didn’t really want to take up any internships because dance was all I used to breath and live for, apart from the fact that […]

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