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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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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5 Red Flags You Must Look Out for When Hiring Marketers

Research today shows people have attention spans shorter than that of a goldfish. This means, your marketing efforts need to engage viewers quickly. You need to grab their attention fast and communicate your brand message in a clear and concise manner.

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3 Talent Leaders Share Their Secrets To Delighting Candidates

From offering challenging growth opportunities to lucrative benefits and perks, companies everywhere are leaving no stone unturned in becoming top destinations for top talent. In our last month’s post on modern hiring trends, we saw over 59% of companies stating they would be upping their investments on building their employer brand this year.

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How to Prepare Your Candidates for Job Interviews

At Belong, we interview hundreds of amazing and talented people every month. But some interviews haven’t worked as well, purely because the candidates weren’t comfortable enough or did not have sufficient knowledge to prepare for our process. We realized a great way to help our candidates is to clearly document our process with helpful guidelines, and zip it to them in our interview invites at least a few days in advance.

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