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Talent Analytics are the future of HR in India finds TimesJobs

65% Indian companies aim to embrace predictive talent analytics in next one year reveals TJinsite from TimesJobs August 25, 2015: Predictive Talent Analytics (PTA) are being used to optimize HR functions by predicting employee performance, attrition and cost using Big Data analysis. HR metrics such as turnover rates, cost per hire, time to hire, sourcing channel, open vacancies vs positions filled, offer to acceptance ratios, etc. are some data points that are used in PTA. "Predictive Talent Analytics is basically the practical application of Big Data tools to HR processes. Globally, HR departments are tapping the potential of PTA to identify high performers, reduce attrition, predict performance, cut costs and improve the company’s bottom line. The ability to move from...
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95% employees feel their salaries are below market standards: JobBuzz Survey

Only 5% said their compensation matched the market standard August 18, 2015: Salary continues to be the biggest factor when it comes to a professional taking up a new job or leaving an employer. And a majority of employees seem dissatisfied with their current salaries shows a recent survey conducted by JobBuzz. In a survey by JobBuzz, an employer rating platform powered by TimesJobs, nearly 95% of the respondents felt their salaries were not up to market standards. Only 5% said their salaries matched the market standard. This understanding comes from employees doing research on social platforms and employer rating sites to find out the salary scales in their industry and functional areas. Leading job portals such as TimesJobs.com, aggregate...
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The TimesJobs ‘Hiring and Engaging Gen Z’ study

TimeJobs’ TJinsite Knowledge Series reveals the best ways to hire and engage with the workforce of the future August 11, 2015: Born after 1990, Generation Z or Gen Z is the newest addition to the work force. These youngsters have a clear advantage over older generations in terms of being more updated, realistic and driven by facts. They are more adaptable to new technology and are passionate innovators and entrepreneurs at heart. "The Gen Z professional has never known a world without the Internet, mobiles or Facebook. They have grown up in a hyper-connected world where almost all information is available at their fingertips. They are fully aware that their options are limitless but their time is not. This has...
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TimesJobs RecruiteX Half-Yearly Report 2015 Released

India Inc. consolidates hiring, demand grows for core functions and hi-tech profiles August 3, 2015: Talent demand shifted focus from support to core roles in Jan-Jun 2015, even as India Inc. consolidated hiring, reveals the RecruiteX Half-Yearly Report 2015 by TimesJobs.com. Middle and senior-level professionals dominated hiring across industries in Jan-Jun 2015. Professionals with 4-15 years of experience were most in demand during this period, reports RecruiteX. "As businesses plan expansion and more startups emerge, the trend of hiring experienced senior professionals is expected to continue. Niche skills in change management, risk management, controls and compliance expertise are some key areas that will be sought at middle and senior levels across sectors in the coming months." Says Vivek Madhukar, COO,...
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India Inc employees root for Young Leaders: TimesJobs Leadership Survey 2015

July 28, 2015: As starting a new venture becomes relatively easier, the trend of young leaders running companies is catching up. With the mushrooming of startups, having a CEO who is in his or her mid-20s or 30s is no more a rarity. As opposed to the popular belief that experience makes for a good leader, these young leaders are writing new rules and even gaining popularity. So much so that nearly 65 per cent of India Inc employees today prefer a young boss (aged between 25 and 40 years) over an older and more experienced boss (aged between 40 and 70 years), according to TimesJobs Leadership Survey 2015. "Young bosses have the passion, drive and ambition to prove themselves,...
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TimesJobs and Knowlens introduce a first-of-its-kind online film-based course

TimesJobs in association with Knowlens launches an interactive film-based training program on selling skills – The Birth of a Salesman July 21, 2015: Film-based learning is increasingly emerging as the fastest and most effective method of training and instruction. Intellectual and emotional engagement with the subject and content enables concepts to be thoroughly absorbed and internalized by the trainee. StepAhead – the career services arm of TimesJobs has partnered with Knowlens, a leader in film based learning, to offer this radical training system that combines impactful film story-telling, dramatic scenarios, powerful interactive features and the ‘learning at your own pace and time’ nature of the internet, to provide emotionally impactful learning not matched by other training methodologies. "Films as a...
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Experience Excels: Senior professionals are back in demand, reports TimesJobs data

Organizations across the board are in an aggressive mode hiring senior talent to guide start-up passion with refined experience. Demand for senior profiles rose in double-digits (14%) even as overall online hiring reported a 2% drop, shows the latest RecruiteX report from TimesJobs July 20, 2015: RecruiteX, the TimesJobs recruitment index, shows that demand for professionals with over 20 years of experience soared into double digit by nearly 14 per cent last month. There is good news for professionals with 10-15 years experience as well. Talent demand in this category revived in June 2015, registering a substantial 5 per cent jump. Demand for senior professionals had last risen in January 2015. "We are seeing a start-up wave of entrepreneurial spirit...
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Long commuting hours hit productivity, say 60% India Inc. employees in a JobBuzz survey

JobBuzz finds that 57% employees in metros and 43% employees in small cities spend more than an hour in commuting to office every day July 14, 2015: On his way to work recently, Ashwani Sinha tweeted "God blesses us with good weather; Delhi curses it with bad traffic; Gurgaon does the rest to ruin it completely. #TheBalanceOfLife." Working professionals echo Ashwani’s feelings the world over, dreading the long hours commuting to work everyday. Industry experts directly link the biggest effects of long commutes to stress-related health issues, and its adverse impact on employee productivity and job satisfaction. To find out more, JobBuzz, an employer-rating platform powered by TimesJobs.com, recently conducted a ‘Work Commuting Survey’ of India Inc. employees. The survey...
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TimesJobs.com trains recruiters in millennial headhunting techniques

The TimesJobs Recruiter Skill Certification Program strips away the many layers under which the recruitment role has got buried and sharply focuses on the core skills that make it relevant and critical in today’s fast-paced start-up economy. July 7, 2015: The Millennial Generation is online, ambitious, impulsive and very smart. Recruiting the best and the brightest of this generation, requires a new skill set. TimesJobs has launched the Recruiter Skill Certification Program (RSCP), in association with Triedge, to help recruiters deconstruct roles, examine its varying facets, and gain insights & knowledge that help them deliver results. Vikas Verma, Head of Product & Marketing, TimesJobs.com explains "Recruiters are the matchmakers of the employment market – they need to study both the...
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