About the Author: Harshit Sabu Badiger has done his B.E. in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from B.M.S Institute of Technology & Management, Bangalore and has been working as Associate – Assessment Design and Analytics at Aon’s Assessment Solutions. He has an expertise in designing cognitive assessments and providing hiring solutions to various clients … Continue reading Guide to off-campus placements
The blue-collar workforce is the foundation of manufacturing industries, and having the qualitative approach of hiring workers at this level is becoming a necessity. The conventional hiring method includes a lot of manual steps which reduce the productivity of all the stakeholders involved in the process. Thus, companies need to change the ways they hire … Continue reading How to optimise the hiring process of blue-collar employees?
For a long time, HR processes have been based on individual perceptions, ideas, intuitions and specific cultural practices rather than actual data from the ground. Using an approach that does not always derive from or marry facts and data results in adverse outcomes that manifest themselves in different ways. For example, see the results of … Continue reading Data and Analytics for Talent Acquisition
It has begun. You’re in a college. In 2-4 years, you will be ready to spread your wings and take flight to a wonderful career. But are you employable? People often think that being hired in a decent company or scoring the job role you want is about luck, or how smart you are already. … Continue reading How to Start Preparing for Placements early into your Graduation
As an Electronics and Communication engineering student, I was always concerned about my future in this domain because I had no idea of the job prospects. While exploring the career opportunities and the areas where I can grow myself, I came across a wide variety of information. A chaotic mind cannot focus on the course … Continue reading My navigation through the complex world of jobs as an ECE graduate
Rahul saw Tina sitting dejected in a corner. “What happened, Tina?”, he asked. Tina pointed him to the list of students placed in the recent drive. Rahul knew in an instant. “College will end in three months, Rahul. I really wanted to put my mother’s anxiety about my future to rest”, said Tina between sobs. … Continue reading How Tina mastered Quantitative Ability