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  • Yashwant Mahadik & Gautam Ghosh on Best HR practices in the Social world!

    Yashwant Mahadik & Gautam Ghosh on Best HR practices in the Social world!

    Social Media is not a buzz word anymore! Employers have started embracing it to showcase their employer brand, attract and retain new talent, engage their employees and customers by connecting with them better. Are you still cynical on utilizing Social Media within your organization? How do you go about implementing social tools and technologies within the organization? How does embracing Social Media help HR professionals become a better strategic partner? More importantly do you want to hear the success stories […]

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    India HR LIVE – a contribution to India HR community!

    Hi everyone, You might know me on twitter as @theHRbuddy and might have read my blog at Your HR Buddy!! So you might be wondering why am I starting a new website named India HR LIVE. Hey, a little flash back! I was born and brought up in India and moved to United States after having worked in Corporate India for a while. I must say, life abroad has opened up a lot of new opportunities and provided me great […]

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  • Elango R speaks about Creating your own success

    This interview was broadcast Live last year at Your HR Buddy’s blog Mr. Elango R, Chief Human Resources Officer of MphasiS, and the best selling author of the book ‘You don’t need a God Father’ talks about how to create your own success’ and get inspired!

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  • Abhijit Bhaduri says, Don’t Hire The Best!

    This interview was broadcast Live last year at Your HR Buddy’s blog   Mr. Abhijit Bhaduri, the Chief Learning Officer of Wipro group and the author of three amazing best selling books-Mediocre But Arrogant, Married But Available & Don’t Hire The Best talks about why hiring a right fit matters! ‎”Employers like to hire “the best” candidates. We like to work for “the best” employers. It is more important for each one to work for “the right” employer”-Abhijit Bhaduri You don’t want to miss this interview, […]

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