Approaching Work and professional development in COVID times


The world has witnessed a major turn of events in the last year. COVID has hit us hard, personally, economically, and emotionally, each one of us is impacted in some way. Given the nature of my job, I work with job seekers from all industries, experience level and educational background so I have closely witnessed... Continue Reading →

3 weeks of remote work and social isolation (COVID-19) – Week 1


While we were all preparing to welcome 5G and AI , a sudden viral breakout has put the world at a standstill. It has made #SocialDistancing & #Qurantine part of everyone's life today. For most of us in Toronto, this week was the first experience of advised 3 weeks of complete isolation and social distance... Continue Reading →

Cover Letter – Why & How


Do you attach a cover letter to your job application? Is cover letter necessary? what value it adds to your job application? What to write in a cover letter? How long a cover letter should be? Everytime you apply to a job, there's some obvious analysis around cover letter. Working into Talent engagement & acquisition,... Continue Reading →

Hackathon – some productive ideas behind


Do you know what a hackathon is or ever been to any? Call it hack day, hackfest or codefest, when ever coders, programmers and technical brains meet, the result is creative, innovative and informative. Hackathon is when experts come together to solve social, economical, technical or business problems through technology. Here's an excerpt from the post... Continue Reading →

Employee dress codes in 2016


Here's another guest post by RChilli on dress code. As they say, dress to impress  RChilli is a resume management and automation firm specializing in giving resumes a social touch . Vinay Johar, CEO of Rchilli enjoys talking to people about their recruitment software challenges and proposing simpler ways of automating things. Apart from work, he loves playing with... Continue Reading →

Mentorship–What it is NOT


Last week kept  me too busy with new job, new responsibilities and new colleagues and thus I messed my weekly post on HRdictionary. But in the meanwhile my new article was published at EOList and so I though of sharing it with you all. It's about mentorship and  how you (we) should approach it in... Continue Reading →

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