NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter The Power of Thank-You Notes
” A recent study has shown just how powerful a simple ‘Thank You’ can be – especially if you are a job applicant! Nearly 80% of the HR managers who were a part of the study undertaken by Accountemps said that follow-up ‘thank you’ notes by applicants are taken into account while taking a final
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Helena: A Siri for recruiters?
” Woo, an Israeli-US company recently launched an AI-powered headhunter-Helena to search and source potential candidates.  The three-year-old AI-startup, Woo connects employers and possible employees – without the intervention of either. Woo’s technology collects data from job seekers and employers and algorithmically matches them. The company also shares insights on individual job seekers, companies, and
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Personality characteristics shape openness to AI at workplace: Study
” A Cisco whitepaper on artificial intelligence called ‘AI Meets Collaboration’ has analyzed the openness of humans towards advanced technologies. It has based its keys findings on four different areas: technology optimism, bots at work, openness to AI and security. The findings majorly cover the following countries: China, Brazil, India, Mexico, US, UK, Australia, Germany,
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Discrepancy in employee credentials rise 48%: Authbridge Report
” More employees are lying about their credentials to bag a job offer – as background check discrepancy levels have increased about 48% in 2016-17 compared to corresponding year 2015-16. As per the recently released Authbridge’s Annual Trends Report on Background Screening in India, 15 in every 100 cases has an element of mismatch between
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter How to attract the best talent in the market?
” Hiring and retaining the best talent is as tough as it has ever been.  Despite this workforce trend, it is still possible to attract more talent than your company ever needs. Consider Southwest Airlines, which, according to one company insider, recently received more than 50,000 applications for 500 available positions! Cultivating a company culture
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Facebook ties up with local partners to impart digital skills training
” Facebook with an aim to train more than half a million people in India by 2020 has launched digital training and startup training hubs in the country. The company has tied up with local partners to help them execute the vision.  “We worked with local organisations, including Digital Vidya, EDII (Enterpreneurship Development Institute of
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Sridhar Ganesh is MD & CEO at Adrenalin eSystems
” Adrenalin eSystems Limited has appointed Sridhar Ganesh as the company MD and CEO. He has been serving as an Independent Director in the Boards of Limited, Adrenalin eSystems Limited, a subsidiary of Polaris and Equitas Housing Private Limited. “I am excited with  the incredible promise that this moment epitomizes; Adrenalin is poised to scale the
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter World's Top 100 CEOs 2017: HBR
” Harvard Business Review (HBR) came out with a list of world’s best-performing CEOs in 2017 . The list, in its sixth edition since 2010, is as comprehensive as they come, yet by its own admission, might not be as inclusive as is possible. The list, unlike several other ranking mechanisms that use a singular
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Talent Acquisition in India: Decoding trends, future and challenges
” Recruitment and hiring processes are undergoing sweeping changes, and are being increasingly optimised to convey more than just another ‘opening’ in a company.  And to tap the pulse of TA fraternity in the country, Aon Hewitt is back with the Talent Acquisition Pulse India 2017 Study. While the research is underway, here is a
NHRDN - Mumbai Chapter Don't ask Michelangelo how many Masterpieces he can create in a year
” Let us roll back to 3500 BC and consider the very first wheel. When it was invented, it changed lives, economies and societies across the world forever.  It influenced everything from manufacturing to religious mythology. Yet, it is interesting to note that humanity had spent many millennia before it could invent the wheel. Other