Category Archives: Social Media

Top 10 HR people you need to follow in Social HR!

Throughout my blogging journey I have met a lot of amazing HR minds & experts and I have contributed my write ups to a few of them as well! And this is

Presenting your Job Description & Company Culture graphically pays off

You might have noticed the Work at Work cartoon series at my blog. Well, let me tell you why did I start it in the first place. I was doing a study about

5 Online communities you need to check out

If you are into social media you might have already identified your niche site where you connect, share and engage with a group of professionals online and offline. Be it LinkedIn, Facebook,

Make Employees your Social Brand Ambassadors!

Do you think people update their LinkedIn profile only because they are actively searching for jobs? There is always this misperception and people often fear to update their LinkedIn profile in the assumption

Recruit Smarter with Big Data

Talentnet Live conference Part I – Big Data Recruiting I was not a big fan of analytics but my blogging profession has made it obvious to me that if I want to be

Why you should Network?

I don’t like to write sitting at my home for some reason that I even don’t know why! But one thing I know for sure is I want to be at a

Leader’s Talk Ep.5-with Jessica Miller, founder of Blogging4jobs.com

I have been blogging for about a year and 3 months now. As I said earlier when you are passionate about something, learning about it is always an ongoing process where you

Leader’s Talk Ep.3-with Chris Hoyt on Candidate Engagement & Life at PepsiCo

Last Friday I attended the Talent Net Live Fall Conference 2012 at the PepsiCo Frito-Lay headquarters in Plano, TX. And I had an amazing opportunity to meet Chris Hoyt, The Global Talent

How to stand out on LinkedIn

This article is for those who are new to LinkedIn or might have not cared about the LinkedIn etiquette. As we all know LinkedIn is a amazing website to build your professional

Workplace culture is built in person

Let me ask you this upfront!  Do you think the culture of an organization can be clearly expressed to the stakeholders and partners by sending enormous tweets and constant FaceBook updates about