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  • HR in a Startup!!

    HR in a Startup!!

    Recently one of my meetings with a young entrepreneur made me reflect back on last couple of years when I have been working in start up space. Working with highly ambitious first generation entrepreneurs is like walking on a tight rope. At one place where they have vision to take their enterprises to next level , human resources still remains to be there perpetual pain. Human resources no matter how easy it sounds is actually a mix of complex behaviors  […]

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  • Three mistakes of a Job Hunt!!

    Three mistakes of a Job Hunt!!

    Hunt itself is a word which makes any job difficult. Now it’s neither easy for a recruiter to get to the right talent and nor the otherwise. Gone are the days when one would update resume on a popular job portal and walk out of the organization with three to four offers in hand. As organizations have become choosy and selective in hiring, job search is no more a cake walk. A hunt is only successful if it leads to […]

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  • It’s time for Emotionally Intelligent people

    It’s time for Emotionally Intelligent people

    As a child, most of us were asked about our ranks in the annual exams and which for some reason justified our overall performance in the class. Isn’t!! And if I can fairly recollect, nobody ever asked in a Parents’ Teachers’ meet about how their wards performed emotionally and even if ever that term would have used mostly was referred to the crying babies entering a new school. But is it not more than that? Dealing with classmates of different […]

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  • 6 Tips to make Work From Home really work!!

    6 Tips to make Work From Home really work!!

    Two things which people mostly envy about me are that my boss never questions me on my 24*7 presence on Facebook/Twitter and second I work from home. Well, more than former the latter might not be quite convincing for many of you. It’s just not you, in fact two years back I too considered work ‘from’ home more as work ‘for’ home. I mostly considered work from home as good as not working at all or at least not as […]

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  • Meet Rakshita Dwivedi- #IndiaHRLIVEwriters

    Meet Rakshita Dwivedi- #IndiaHRLIVEwriters

    Rakshita Dwivedi comes with around six years of varied HR experience with MNC’s and Startups. Currently she is associated with plugHR. Mathematics has always made data analytics one of her favorites which later shaped in the form of interest for technology and social media applications. She has always believed that HR is about stepping in employer’s shoes while still being an employee and indeed such challenging task is worthy of all the efforts put in to strike the right balance. Writing […]

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  • Career Cafe- Connecting HRs @plugHR

    Career Cafe- Connecting HRs @plugHR

    India HR LIVE is always in the look out for great HR minds and presenting their ideas and initiatives to you all. And we are delighted to share one such initiative named Career Café, an initiative started by Plug HR to connect HR Professionals from different cities over a cup of coffee..Doesn’t that sound interesting already? Read below to know more about it as Rakshita Dwivedi shares the journey of Career Café. Have you wondered why people drink coffee? Well I […]

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