Saturday, 27 June 2015

Opening as senior HR Consultant


 Entire hiring cycle starting with understanding the client's requirement till the candidate hit the board .Handling Recruitment.
Search and selection of candidates through various sources like data bank, headhunting, and referrals or by online recruitment Portals (Naukri, Monster, LinkedIn) · Meet and manage recruitment targets for the organization. ·
Mapping and Documenting of all processes related to the recruitment function. · Worked on niche positions of mid management and top management level.
Hired for industries like Banking/financial companies/Hospitality/BPO’s ·
 Bringing in quality resources to help meet business objectives,
Excellent turnaround time (TAT)
Time efficient closures
Effective & Clear communication ·
Conducting telephonic, face to face interviews and short listing candidates & aligning them for further interviews ·
Taking post interview feedbacks & ensuring that the sourcing is in lines with the business HR requirements,
Documents to be collected from selected candidates for the offer process ·
Develops and maintains network of contacts to help identify and source qualified candidates. . Monitoring the Selection Process.

Best Regards

Friday, 19 June 2015

Five Things to remember while changing the job

This time of the year everyone talks about getting better jobs. The problem is that a few months later you check in with these same people and they are as unhappy as ever. They went from bad to worst. The question is how to avoid this situation. The answer is to look before you leap. Here are 5 things to think about before you change jobs.
Taking a new job because your hate your current one is a terrible thing for everyone. This is a big red flag for employers. Haters and complainers rarely change their tune. They will soon be dissatisfied at your place and make an early exit. This means a waste of financial and management resources. They also damage team morale. The better path is to enter a new job with clarity, commitment and passion. It sets in motion the best prospects for success for yourself and your new employer.
If you want to find a place that is the right fit for you, do your homework. Use every available resources to secure a clear view on the strategy and culture of the prospective firm. And then dig deep into the details of the job, team and game plan during your interview process. Interviews are not just about showcasing your skills and track record. They are your last chance to get real time intel on what life will look like at the new firm. If you pick up red flags, you still have a chance to explore other opportunities.
If your goal is to increase your upward mobility, then pick markets that are growing. And if you are up for the messy and higher risk side of business, then look for undervalued turnaround situations. Both of these environments give you a chance to push yourself, create real value and win the rewards that come with delivering results.
Where is the best place to make a living? Forbes staff Kathryn Dill worked up a list of the best and worst places to both work and play. Factoring in quality of life matters. Securing more income is good, but if you are miserable doing it or you cannot stand your community you have to ask, “What’s the point?” Far better to find a place and firm that is the right fit.
Pick a place that lines up with your values and where you think you can make an impact. It is one of the best immunizations against a quarter or midlife crisis. Shared values unlock your ability to do your best work. Employers are beginning to understand that the Millennial generation is driven by purpose and craftsmanship. Advisory firms like the Purpose Generation are helping firms understand this and incorporate it into their recruitment and corporate strategy.
Factoring in these five things takes time. It is an investment. It is worthwhile because finding a job that matches your work and home objectives generates the best dividend year after year: sustained fulfillment.
Best Regards
Suhas Shivalkar

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Thursday, 4 June 2015

ADM_ DNA, Leading MNC in Financial sector

Job Description

Job Description

We are looking for ambitious, fast- faced, self motivated sales professionals eager to make a career and grow in the Sales Function.

We bring to you 

DNA (Develop, Nurture and Achieve), a premium sales channel 

WHY DNA Channel?

·         12 months Cross – Functional Training

·         Involves Classroom & On – Job training

·         Attractive Pay Package & Incentives

·         Opportunity to Develop your talent

·         Opportunity to work with one of the prestigious organisation

We are looking for passionate individuals for the role of Agency Development Manager (ADM)


Age:                  >24 yrs

Experience:     Minimum 2 years in Sales

Industry:          Any (Except Insurance).

  • The first 12 months are going to be your training period. During this period you will undergo an extensive cross functional training which would be a mix of classroom and on the job exposure. There will be certifications at the end of each phase.
  • Senior professionals will handhold you throughout your traineeship giving their inputs and providing insights. You will also get an opportunity to interact with Top Management of the organization at regular intervals and seek their inputs wherever required.
  • After the successful completion of training you will be required to meet your sales target by recruiting, managing and driving a team of Financial Consultants who could be Chartered Accountants, IAS officers, Top Government officials, Financial Experts etc.
  • You will be evaluated mainly on your ability to build a strong distribution (No. of active, successful Financial Consultants) to meet your business targets and your quality of business.
Grand Forum India  has been successfully involved in recruiting top quality professionals for its clients in the FMCG, Consumer Durables, Insurance, Telecom, Pharama, Manufacturing, Banking,Education and the retailing industries, since its inception in 2009.

Prior to becoming recruitment consultants each of our senior consultants was successful professionals with years of experience with reputed organizations. Our entire team is selected carefully keeping in mind the competency and background required, to serve our clients and candidates in the most professional manner.
In addition to our consultants we have an in house research department with sole responsibility to provide our recruiters with a constant flair of qualified candidates. Our expert researchers are trained to utilize multiple search method in sourcing exceptional hard to find executives who meet and exceed client criteria.

Our integrated search process comprises the following steps:
In depth face- to- face interviews.
Candidates’ profiles along with insightful consultant comments.
Facilitating the client-candidate meetings.
Extensive reference checks.
Involvement in negotiations.

Contact Details


Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Hi allMy name is Suhas, I work with Grand Forum India, the Knowledge Empire Pvt Ltd
My Contact No is 7506798654.We are a fast growing management consultancy. Having Tie-ups with various sectors such as

1) Real Estate2) Hospitality3) BFSI
4) BPO Sectors

We are on the expansion mode and we are looking forward to recruit an excellent talent from the trade.CTC is not at all a constraint for a right candidate.

The Eligibility Criterion is :-

Graduate/ MBAExcellent Communications and presentation skills.Age Group: Between 23 to 30
The preference will be given to the candidates who are from South Mumbai and Central and harbor line suburbs of Mumbai and Thane.Candidates prepared to travel from western suburbs also m ay applyNon Graduate with excellent communication skills with desire to make career in HR Field also may apply.

Best Regards

Suhas Shivalkar

Grand Forum IndiaThe Knowledge Empire Pvt Ltd.101, Shree Datta Prasad, ram Maruti Road,Thane (west) pin -