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Linkedin -Updates for companies you’re following

Enough of my laziness .. so back to committing on my blog.

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Fired.. What was the excuse for you?

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Recruiting In India

From the last 6 months I had been working on a project for my firm looking for experienced candidates interested in going or working for KPMG India ( BTW I am still looking for people with experience in Audit, Advisory and Tax)Its been a great experience especially telling most candidates in India that I have no interst in their photograph or personal details in the resume. I used many different methods for finding people from Twitter, Linkedin to Orkut (instead of Facebook for India) On a recent short trip to India

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Its not me, Its always You



Oddskills – JobBoard

Oddskills - JobBoard With a name like

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Find a Job on Twitter

Find a Job on Twitter Its tougher than it sounds but not that hard.

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Networking is icky! …or maybe no

Ok, for some of us, the thought of networking is just plain icky, not to mention scary. To be honest, that was how I felt, especially when I was still new to my field and did not have any work experience. I thought networking was just another work for "sucking up." And then I realized, networking is just a means of gathering and sharing information. It doesn't need to be icky. As a college student, if you have questions about an assignment, about a new concept that's been presented in class, or about an upcoming exam, I hope you feel comfortable approaching your instructor with your questions.

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Research / Recruiting starts with Researching

Research / Recruiting starts with Researching I wrote the following article on the very first issue of   Sourcecon Newsletter  (which was  www.thesourcingconference.com at that time)  " Research Starts with Research " exactly a year back and still think is very relvant.

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