When the right people come together at the right time, magic happens.
Two teams did it on 10 July, 2019.
While we witnessed New Zealand doing it in style and India missing it by a mark, Belong did so at its annual Outbound All Stars Awards.
We celebrated the outperformers, the hustlers, and the changemakers for reshaping the face of the recruiting industry.
The Outbound All Stars Awards are to cherish and shine a spotlight on the Talent Acquisition and Recruiters’ community, ensuring exceptional candidate experience, strong employer brand, and more tangible benefits to their organizations.
Once, every year, we decide to celebrate the recruiters all over India for their contribution. It is not just to honor their efforts but also to celebrate their quest to overhaul the recruitment industry and make it more data and technology driven.
It’s not every day that you get the top professionals of human resources and recruiting under the same roof and have a clear & open discussion around how is hiring evolving in our candidate-driven, automation-focused market.Read More
The second edition of the Talent Supply Index measures demand and supply for 28 in-demand tech roles; finds there’s massive talent shortage for 20 of them
Businesses have been sitting on enormous quantities of data over the years - be it customer, partner, or internal data. These companies are now using data science capabilities to build the next set of products which will be highly personalized.
As a result, data scientists are in high demand in most businesses with an online presence.
2017 saw acronyms like AI, ML and IOT attain mainstream TA lingo status, conversations around employer branding and candidate experience getting louder and the often overused phrase, ‘War for Talent’, finally ringing true.
As we enter 2018, we asked 5 talent acquisition leaders about what they think will be the biggest trends in the recruitment space in 201
“Back in the day, all of the product managers at my companies wanted to leave to go get their MBA. Today, everyone wants to go to business school to leave and become a product manager.”Read More