Aishwarya Krishnamurthy

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Outbound Hiring - The Winning Play in the War for Talent

Way back in 1998, a year-long study conducted by a team from McKinsey & Co. found that the most important corporate resource over the next 20 years would be talent: smart, sophisticated businesspeople who are technologically literate, globally astute, and operationally agile. And even as the demand for talent went up, the supply of it would go down. They called this study the ‘War for Talent’.

Almost 20 years later, two experts Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Adam Yearsley had a more dire outlook - that the war for talent was over, and everyone lost.

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Belong Executive Briefing: SHRMiAC Edition

"One of the consistent challenges in hiring today is that JDs are built on existing talent, and based on JDs built years ago, instead of looking at what the candidate willbe doing in the role in the future." - Amit Avasthi, Global Head Human Resources, CeleritiFinTech

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Belong Executive Briefing: Pune Edition

"Today we are looking at a Cold War with regard to talent, and data is our secret weapon to be prepared for it.

But even in the age of data and automation, it’s important to remember the art of recruitment."

- Ravi Bajpai, Senior Manager - Talent Acquisition at ATOS

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Belong Executive Briefing: Bangalore Edition

"Do Business Leaders really know what they want?"

"Do we really have high quality work to attract high quality talent?"

"How can Talent Acquisition set expectations with Business when it comes to talent availability?" 

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Why Recruiters Need To Stop Making These 4 Mistakes Immediately.

Do you know why you’re finding it hard to close jobs?

  • Are you finding it hard to discover relevant candidates?
  • Are candidates not responding positively or at all?
  • Is there a high drop off rate through your interview process?
  • Or, after everything going according to plan, on Day 1 — candidates don’t show up!
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5 Lessons Every Recruiter Can Learn From Oracle

In 2003, Oracle India was one of the companies setting up base in India as they expanded their international operations. The numbers at the Indian arm of the tech behemoth grew from 2,000 to nearly 38,000 - in part through acquisitions and referrals, but the recruitment requirement itself was often 300 to 400 hires, across business lines per week.

And they had four recruiters.

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How to Engage Passive Candidates on Your First Exploratory Call

Research has found that in today’s candidate market, 75% of the talent pool is passive. And if you are looking to hire for a critical position, 95% are passive.

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5 Ways To Increase Your Offer To Joining Ratio

 

Is there anything more frustrating in recruitment than candidates dropping off after an offer has been made? According to one distraught Director of HR, candidate backtracking can cost a team months of effort. Not to mention the cost of the 'almost hire'.

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#TalentTalk - How To Create 'Silicon Valleys' In Emerging Markets

In our weekly Twitter chat #TalentTalk, we ask HR thought leaders, influencers and game changers for their opinions on HR related trends.

This week, we asked them how emerging nations could help create their own home-grown versions of Silicon Valley.

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#TalentTalk - How To Hire Executive Talent

Team Belong has started a weekly Twitter Chat called #TalentTalk, where we invite HR thought leaders, influencers and game changers to better understand the evolving nature of finding talent. 

In our first episode, we started right at the top - What is the new age modus operandi for hiring executive talent? 

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