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Virtual Recruitment: New Normal

  • August 30, 2020

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent. It is the one that is most adaptable to change” says Darwin, reminds us of the current scenario. The COVID-19 pandemic has left an impact on all spheres, including the process of recruitment. The traditional recruitment is now replaced by Virtual Recruitment which if used profitably, can benefit both, the employers as well as the employees.

Virtual recruitment is a hiring process that takes place remotely, using video interviews from anywhere across the globe, disabling the common mode of face to face interviews.

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Education Policy 2020: Key Points

  • July 30, 2020

The Education Policy 2020 has been the talk of the town since yesterday. People, especially students and parents are a little skeptical of the outcomes. Here are some of the crucial takeaways from the policy, that have been explained in a simple manner.

The curriculum has been designed from a job-oriented perspective, thereby introducing Vocational Training from Class 6th onwards. This will promote skill development in children which is essential to grab a job in the market.

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Changes in Work Life Post COVID-19

  • June 10, 2020

Darwin’s theory of Evolution emphasizes on “Survival of the Fittest.” Time and again, circumstances in human history have substantiated this theory with enough evidence. Survival of the fittest refers to the mechanism of natural selection or the preservation of favored races in the struggle of life. While our physical immunity will ensure that we stay alive, our mental fitness and ability to adapt to changes will determine whether we emerge from the prevailing COVID-19 crisis victorious or not. 

The pandemic that has uprooted millions of lives, pushed half a billion people into unemployment and many more into destitution, is yet to reach its peak in India. Work from home, remote working, virtual meetings, working in shifts, and social distancing are the new norms of the employment industry. Research shows that those sectors of the economy, such as the IT and the digital marketing industry, which are highly dependent on technology are one of the least hit sectors by the pandemic. 

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Degrees are outdated, let’s pursue skills.

  • May 15, 2020

Education: A word that seems to be the centre of everyone’s universe, but now its not doing its job of keeping everything in its position. These are unprecedented times, changing faster than ever. The life and career strategies that once worked for boomers won’t work for millenials and Gen-Z’s. Now-a-days, everyone is highly qualified, but people still fail to grab placements.

Consider this: A 12 -year-old joins an IIT or a NEET academy under the pressure of his parents, who felt that a good degree will help him earn a living. He tries to focus and develop an interest in studies at the cost of his own mental and physical health. He gets into an average college, works at a job he doesn’t love and feels overburdened all the time. This is the life of a typical student in India. Doesn’t sound fun, right?

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COVID-19: Harmonious relations between the Employers and Employees

  • May 10, 2020

The outbreak of the novel coronavirus has wreaked havoc across the globe. With limited resources and supplies, the national and international organisations have joined hands to combat the situation, for once and for all.

To ensure the protection of individuals, the governments across the globe have been taking proactive and mitigating measures such as social distancing, imposing quarantines and issuing travel advisories. However, such moves had an adverse impact on private sector workers who were adversely hit by the widespread pandemic.

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