Human Resource Management
In a world of multiple choices and multi–faceted people, Corporate are looking for the right person for the right job with a cost, time effectiveness. Here, at IBFSINDIA Consultants, through our comprehensive network of talented job applicants, we recruit only the most qualified and skilled individuals within every industry to serve our clients in a specified time. Our main aim is client satisfaction and we have successfully won the admiration of a vast clientele spread all over India.
IBFSINDIA consultants place workers and also handle employee relations, employee performance review, payroll, and benefits. We help our clients to transform their small-scale business into medium scaled and then withdrew our services from them. Our human resource management team is well experienced, organised and efficient.
Our great asset is our team and customers.
Our commitment is towards providing best services to customers through a pleasant work environment.
The value and partnerships we create with our clients have allowed us to become one of the best HR Recruitment firms.
We work closely with our clients to provide cost-effective outsourcing for HR Recruitment on a short or long-term basis
How to get your resume ready for a job search
1. Start with the right ...
Resumes are not “one-size-fits-all.” The format you should use and the information you should highlight depends upon your field, for starters. So you’ll want to structure your resume to fit the industry standard for the job you’re applying to.
Your experience also plays a part in structure. The answer to the age-old question of “how long should my resume be?” is that it depends upon how much time you’ve got under your belt. As a general rule of thumb, job seekers with under three years of experience should aim for one page, but those with more years in the field could go up to two.
Keep in mind that a recruiter doesn’t have time to sift through the next great American novel.
2. The basics right....
No matter the job or industry you’re in, there are a few must-haves for every resume. They are: work experience, job titles, responsibilities, and years worked in each position, Salemi says.
3. Use keywords to help you b>>>>
When recruiters post jobs, Salemi says, they typically don’t read every resume that comes in—they’ll often start by having their “applicant tracking system” (a fancy name for recruiting software) filter out resumes based on keywords. Those keywords are terms or phrases the hiring manager has deemed to be valuable to the job.
So you’ll want to pack your resume with keywords… but you also need to be careful not to go overboard, since a human will hopefully read your resume eventually.
Hoping to work from home part of the time or work flexible hours? Now is the time to ask. Rakesh says he was working with an employer who was looking to pay about 15% below market. “This was going to be tough, but they decided to offer candidates the ability to work remotely two days a week, and by doing so, they greatly enhanced the appeal to candidates seeking work-life balance and were able to fill the job quickly.
Allowances and reimbursements
Clothing allowances, transportation reimbursements, and other subsidies can help take the edge off the unavoidable expenses related to doing your job. “If you're a young professional, the office wardrobe can be very expensive, especially if the company attire is business formal,” Carney says.
Training and education
Getting your employer to invest in your education can be a good way to augment your salary. Negotiate having your employer pay for you to attend workshops, seminars or training, online classes, or to provide education reimbursements. “Requesting opportunities for advancement signals your dedication to doing well and grow professionally within the company,” Pierce says.