Tag Archives: Career Advice

What are you Thankful for?

Today we are celebrating Thanksgiving day with our family here in US! One of the authentic times in the year for family and friends to come together, celebrate with a delicious fun feast and

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

Don’t work for the best companies

I know the title of this article is contradictory to general opinion. As an employee, me included, we would like to work for the best companies. And we often take pride in it.

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.4: Live interview with Abhijit Bhaduri- Don’t Hire The Best!

Hi Everyone, Join me to welcome our honored guest Mr. Abhijit Bhaduri, the Chief Learning Officer of Wipro group and the author of three amazing best selling books-Mediocre But Arrogant, Married But Available & Don’t Hire The Best

Failure sucks for good!

My husband and I went ice skating last weekend. It was not a planned thing but every time we go to our nearby shopping mall we are amazed to see a bunch of kids

Keep up your drive to ‘Need More’

You might have read about the blog post that I wrote last week in which I talk about complacency. Very recently I come across with that word again. This time the word

Choose direction over distance

Choose direction over distance! Those were the words of wisdom from Anand Pillai when I asked him what he wants to see young HR professionals do!

Focus on positives and move on!

I had a chat with a few of my friends this Sunday! Having kept in touch with them through Facebook for a while, I was finally happy to meet and spend time with them. I

Struggle of Indian Immigrant students in US

This is the second part of an ongoing series. Check out Part 1 of ‘Brain Drain Series’ the Great Indian Movement where readers like Sunil and Dan voiced their opinion. Last week