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5 interesting ways for recruiters to phrase their questions

 Interviews are important conversations deciding the worthiness of an applicant for a particular job. The 1st question most recruiters throw at the candidate is “Tell me something about yourself?” and the interview flows & takes direction basis how & what the candidate comes up with. The ball is now in the candidate’s side. If  s(he) is smart the line of questioning will now be controlled by the candidate!

So what can we do?

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Social Recruiting

Gone are the days when recruitment was based on the strength of your contacts. This industry is swept by the most incredible revolution ever, the social media.It’s is no rocket science! The recruiter needs use the organization’s web presence – corporate website, career site, social media sites or 2rd party listing pages to post jobs on.  Read More...

Three ingredients of a Job Advertisement that works

  For a business, composing a job advertisment is pretty much as vital as creating a resume is for a job seeker. To grab that seeker's consideration demands creativity and smartness. Here are three ways that can help you can make your Job Advertisement more tempting Read More...

Why recruiters must focus on self-development to excel

Thoughts by Vidya Narayan, (Trainer at TriEdge) captured and published in TJinsight.

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I am a Recruiter, I don't need to Read

Why you are making a big mistake if you do not focus on personal growth. Read More...

From Hiring an ‘Employee’ to Hiring a ‘Brand’: The Changing Game of Recruitment

With the changing landscape of recruitment, we take a look at the changing profiles of prospective employees. Read More...

Secrets of effective networking for recruiters

As a recruiter, networking is the strongest weapon in your arsenal. Here is how to hone it..
Madhulika Makar (Director@ TriEdge) reveals the Secrets of effective networking for recruiters. 

Story Published in TJ Insights 
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Recruitment: To outsource or not?

Keeping the recruitment function in-house or outsourcing it is a question every enterprise struggles with. Here is how to evaluate their unique pros and cons

Keep recruiting, even if you’re not hiring

Reactive recruiting is not an effective strategy in the era of skill shortages. What you need are regular recruiting practices. Here is how to do this.

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IT Hiring - Don't miss out the Non-Technical Skills

Here is why evaluating soft skills of candidates is as essential as gauging their technical skills

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Why recruiters should focus on understanding organizational structure

1)When recruiters receive a job description from clients, they often commit the mistake of not spending enough time on understanding what the job role entails and immediately start the candidate search process. Sonali Shankar, director at TriEdge Solutions in a recent interaction talked about why recruiters must not jump the gun. Read Here...

Meet the new-age recruiter

1) The highly competitive recruitment industry coupled with evolving talent requirements across various industries is calling for a new breed of recruiters -new-age professionals who are a mix of technologists, marketers and negotiators, over and above being ace recruiters.

Madhulika Makkar, director of management skilling firm TriEdge Solutions, highlights six key traits an aspiring new-age recruiter must build:          Read Here...

Tapping passive candidates: The right approach

Tapping passive job seekers is not an easy job. They are typically comfortable with the current job role and are not looking for a change unless an extremely convincing job role comes their way which is worth making a switch.    Read More...

Four Success Mantras for Recruiters

1) What is it that can differentiate you as a recruiter from your peers and what does it really take to build a USP?           Read Here…