Career as an Employment Recruiter

Career as an Employment Recruiter - Chakreview

The main role of an Employment Recruiter is to look for potential recruits through sources such as internal candidate database, Job Portals, referrals, professional associations and a variety of networking resources. They then approach them and schedule interviews. During interviews, they sit with the HR team to assess the strengths and weakness of the candidate against the demands and requirements of the job and then make recommendations on the basis of their professional opinion. During the employment process, they engage in negotiation of wage rates and makes the candidate well aware of the terms and conditions of the employment. It is important for an Employment Recruiter to establish and maintain an extensive network with potential clients and candidates. There are certain skills required for this job which includes analytical skills, communication and interpersonal skills, organization and managerial skills, negotiation and reasoning skills, judgment skills etc.

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Highest paying industries in India for 2017-18 : Randstad Survey

Highest paying industries in India Survey - chakreview.com

Surveys analyzed that FMCG industry employees receive the highest payment in India with a standard average annual CTC (cost-to-company) at Rs 11.3 lakh. The 2017 Randstad Salary Trend Study findings also showed that in FMCG industry, employees across all the levels and functions are being paid higher salary than their counterparts in other sectors.
The FMCG industry is followed by Information Technology sector and Power sector, where employees across all talent levels and functions are paid average annual wage of Rs 9.8 lakh and Rs 9.3 lakh, respectively.

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Can Banking Sector witness Job Losses with Chatbots and Artificial Intelligence coming into play?

Every white-collar job in India has 27 graduates fighting over it: Study

With an aim to enhance customer experience and bring more efficiency to the work, financial sector plans to implement Chatbots and artificial intelligence (AI). Banks have strictly maintained that the use of ‘computer programs to communicate with human users’ will not snatch away the jobs from those currently employed in the banking sector. Whereas Experts …

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Salary increment Survey 2017-18: KPMG report

Salary increment Survey 2017-18 KPMG report - Chakreview

This appraisal season has proved to be delightful for those working in the e-commerce sector as they are the ones who have taken home the highest salary increment, as per a recent survey conducted by one of the big 4 consulting firms, KPMG. Theyconducted the survey among 263 companies from different industry verticals/sectors. E-commerce gets …

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Career as a Choreographer: Let’s Analyze

Career as a Choreographer - Chakreview

The role of a choreographer is to teach and train individuals in various dance art forms. They also contribute in planning, practice and execution of dance routines for stage shows, events and functions. They decide the songs, costume and props for the dance routines. There are certain career options within the field of choreography that an individual needs to consider. These options vary from selecting the dance forms they wish to learn and teach to choosing a stream, such as conventional choreography, acrobatic choreography, etc. Also, one has to choose between working as an employee with an academy, on contract basis or as a self-employed individual. Prospects are many.

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Here are the Job & Salary Trends for 2017-18

Here are the Job & Salary Trends for 2017-18 - Chakreview

As per the Salary Trends Study released by Randstad- the Netherlands-based human resource consulting firm, the hot jobs of 2017 will be- Core Java developers, digital marketers, and testing automation engineers. Across various industries, these three professionals within the experience of 6 to 10 years would demand the higher remunerations than those who have the similar years of experience in other industries.

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All about a Career in Fashion Journalism!

Career in Fashion Journalism - Chakreview

Fashion and Journalism are perhaps the two big industries in the country today. They are rapidly expanding and developing, thereby creating great careers, job opportunities and work prospects. One such career that is an amalgam of Fashion and Journalism is that of a Fashion Journalist. If you also aspire to become a Fashion Journalist and need some information regarding the same, help is here. Discussed below are some of the important aspects of a career as a Fashion Journalist in India that you may find useful:

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Career as Dietitian and Nutritionist

Career as Dietitian and Nutritionist - Chakreview

The career path of dietitian starts with a 4 year degree bachelors program in nutrition, dietetics and food service systems management. Students have to choose majors from the courses such as, chemistry, foods, nutrition, microbiology, physiology and biology. There are also types of dietitians i.e. the medical dietitian and the community dietitian. Medical dietitians provide nutrition therapy to patients who are in hospitals and at daily care facilities. On the other hand community dietitians prepare nutrition charts for people who come to work out or the people who are looking forward to

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Career in Biotechnology after 12th

Career in Biotechnology after 12th - Chakreview

Biotechnologist is a profile which is hitting new levels of devising as the procedural and the technical applications of biotechnology is reaching a wide array of subjects. As the bandwidth of biotechnology applications is increasing so is the portal of job prospects being incepted for students or several biotechnologist aspirants. There are various segments where students can debut such as sales & marketing, assurance, quality controls and research & development. These segments have lot of roles for a biotechnologist. The employment rate of biotechnologist is increasing as the number of biotechnology companies are inaugurating. Employment in this sector will flourish in the years to come. The typical employers of biotechnologist are research facilities, food processing plants, pharmaceutical companies, government agencies, hospitals and food production companies.

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Can Apple survive in World’s fastest growing Smart Phone market?

Can Apple survive in World's fastest growing smart phone market - Chakreview

At the end, to strengthen its base in Indian market and acquire a bigger share of its customer base (though it crossed 2 million mark (shipment) in 2016 for the very first time in India), Apple Inc. has to come up with a concrete plan to face the two market leaders in India, Samsung and Xiaomi, by reducing the cost of their final product (by omitting higher import duties). Bringing an increase in the their 2 percent market share would mean pushing more ‘affordable’ products as well as building channels to go deeper in the Indian market and drive resale of used iPhones. It has to do what Cook had meant when he said Apple is just “scratching the surface” in India. Long Setting local plant may help, but it has still long way to go.

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Top 10 Engineering Colleges in India

Top 10 Engineering Colleges in India - Chakreview

Engineering is the most preeminent filed which gives birth to new aspirations and dreams. Every non-medical student dreams to get their foothold in the best engineering colleges. India is renowned for its remarkable education culture and outstanding faculty. So if you are an engineering aspirant and aims to land in a promising engineering college then here is the list of the best engineering colleges in India:

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Tech Startup Employees are not able to find new jobs, thanks to overrated salaries

Tech Startup Employees are not able to find new jobs, thanks to overrated salaries - Chakreview

During their good old days, the tech startups were in a neck and neck race to acquire clients, extend their operations to multiple cities and therefore, they hired plethora of young talent. To attract this talent and guard them against the high-risk involved in startups, the high salary packages were used as a way to get them onboard.

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Career options after 12th in Humanities

Career options after 12th in Humanities - Chakreview

In this stream, the career path to frame exclusively depends upon the students input and the amount of hard work he/she has put in. A student if willing can graph his/her career predominantly and escalate it to new levels. The most common streams that are hit are bachelor’s degrees in Economics, Political Science, Social Work and Journalism. Also many diploma courses are also streamlined like Travel & Tourism, Hotel Management, Air Hostess & Host, Interior Designing, Event Management and Teachers Training. These courses are easy to pursue and are result driven. Many other high end courses are also there like Pilot Training, NDA and special languages. If a student is inclined in embassy jobs or travelling then learning different foreign languages are German, Spanish, French and Japanese.

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Loss of Jobs Prediction for Telecom sector as mergers buzzing up!

Jobs Prediction for Telecom sector -Chakreview.com

With the mergers and consolidation here comes risk of job loss as major purpose of these mergers is to reduce costs and curb losses. As most of the infrastructure is already setup the cost cutting will come mostly from job cuts. According to HR firms the cost of Salary and benefits for Telecom companies is upto 25% of total cost. With mergers this cost will definitely go low, as many layoffs possible since less no of people will be required to perform certain functions. Mid and lower level jobs such as BPO/customer care and support functions will have major impact.

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Why most of the Engineers we produce are Unemployable?

Why most of the Engineers we produce are Unemployable - Chakreview

80% of fresh graduates from engineering colleges in India are unemployable, says the Aspiring Minds National Employability Report, which based its study on over 1,50,000 engineering graduates from 650 colleges . As per the  As per the report, Delhi chunks out maximum number of engineers who are fit for employment in the industry, followed closely …

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