Tuesday, July 9, 2019

How Global Companies Are Providing Work From Home Opportunities To Work From Anywhere In The World


Work from home is not a new in India or anywhere in the world. You do get many opportunities to work from home these days. But, it’s usually within the city, state or at the most within the country. What many of us aren’t really aware is that there are many global companies that do hire from outside the country as well. So, if you are for example based in India, you could be working for a country in the USA from your home in India. Though there are other countries also which offer work from home opportunities across geographical borders, USA does top the list of them all. As far as the pay scale is concerned, it does vary a lot. Let’s have a sneak peek into five of the global companies that do hire from worldwide.

  1. CCI Call Center International 500
A global call center outsourcing company, it hires people from across the world having fluency in different languages, hence from across the world.
  1. Brain Mass
This online opportunity is for Master’s degree and Ph. D degree holders as it is into online tutoring. It hires from around the world but pays in Canadian dollars. The company pays a certain percentage for answering questions around a particular subject.
  1. Amazon’s Mechanical Turk
Based out of US, Amazon’s Mechanical Turk hires people from across the world including India and is into (HITs) Human intelligence Tasks. Also, known as one of original micro job sites, it pays a set of fee to people who work to complete set of these tasks. The payment is done in US dollar, Amazon gift certificates and even in Indian Rupees based on the location.
  1. Accutran Global
The company is into transcription and hires part time typists on contract to transcribe meetings, interviews, conference calls and more for finance business work. The company pays under around $ .005 to .006 per word for the work, which in-fact is quite lucrative, if you’re based out of India and working for them online.
  1. Covance
This is one organization which has a wide spanning network of over 10,000 employees spread across over 25 countries working from home. It is a research organization into biopharmaceutical contracts. The only catch is that the work does involve 65% of travel across particular locations like Europe, Canada and USA.
The aforementioned organizations are just a random few while the list is quite long and is every increasing as technology is eliminating the geographical barriers and working across borders is becoming common day by day.

*Sourced from the Internet

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Monday, June 10, 2019

A Job Description Needs To Convey The Company’s Culture As Well


Obviously, the job description needs to have the description of the role or profile in order to get it across your target audiences and attract eye balls that have the needed skills as well as experience. But, a point that is vital while screening candidates is whether they are fit to your company’s culture or not.
Many a times company’s take up this topic during personal interviews or screenings. But, the idea of highlighting your company’s culture in the description itself can actually work well with getting leads of the kind, who want to work in your firm.

If you highlight the culture of your company in your description itself after outlining the details of the description. A solid job descriptions needs to have the components like title, role objective, experience, benefits, compensation and location primarily. Here’s a run-down all the inclusions of a Job description in a way that gives an idea of the culture as well
Role Objectives – The role objective includes the objectives that the hired candidate would need to achieve. It is a vital statement clearly stating about what result is expected overall. Herein, the organization can share company’s vision as well as mission and what kind of experience are you looking for your customers. Obviously, this would cover how the potential employee would bring value to it.
Responsibilities – This include the daily responsibilities under the role with context to the role objectives as well as some additional or exclusive tasks. Even alongside the responsibilities you may throw a bit of light on how a typical day at the workstation would look like so that the potential employee gets a hang of it. This could include the team as well as the activities that would be carried out in collaboration. There are companies who actually convey the daily schedule so as to give the candidates an idea of how their workdays looks like.
Experience – If the designation requires experience then it needs to be there in the job description. But, rather than just including the number of years of experience, putting in the qualities of leadership your organization is looking for.
Advantage - Mentioning your employment benefits is always a good idea even though they don’t differ on a company to company basis. Here is when you can jot down the information around the company culture like flexible work timings, meals, pick up and drop, study while on board to name a few.
Well, if you give an idea of the culture of your company alongside your job description, the potential candidate will get a fair idea of how it would be to work with the company and in reality you could reach out to genuinely interested candidates.


Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Take Your Office Culture To The Work – Use Social Media Smartly


What do you see when you visit social media handles of corporate sites, mundane press releases and a few pictures of events if any. Not anything that is really engaging ain’t it? Most of you would definitely agree with this statement, for sure. Apparently, we all know that social media is a platform for engaging people and not apparently there are quite a few corporates who ain’t making the most of it. Here are a few tips on how you can show off your office culture and enhance your company branding online.

Visuals Sharing
This is a sort of a no brainer tip, yes. Keep updating pictures and videos as they work better than text. No wonder Instagram has surpasses 1 billion users already. Pictures actually speak better than words and the statistics already show that. So, keep posting pictures and videos about your work culture regularly to keep the audience engaged.
Quotes sharing – Sharing motivational quotes on a regular basis is a good idea to enhance your brand but you need to understand that the quotes you share need to post have to be in sync with the philosophy of your company. They need to simple, clear and accompanied with attractive visuals as well.
Offline Branding – there are brands that involve their staff in branding. For example share your company or organisations T-shirts and ask your staff to share pictures wearing them whenever they are on vacations at popular destinations. Whether it is the seven wonders of the world or any other known location, ask them to click and share.
Videos Work – As per statistics videos work 1200% more than a combination of text as well as images in combination. So, shoot at sight, literally at events and workshops and more.
The idea here is to build a fan or follower base and most importantly to make them smile because if you can get them interested and delighted then getting in new comers becomes easier too


Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Inbound and Outbound Recruiting - The Better Way

One of the two major strategies used in recruitment today are inbound and outbound recruitment. There have been debates and speculations on the better of the two as well. They are the buzzwords in recruitment today and before we come to a conclusion on which one is better, let us first understand the difference between the two forms of recruitment. 

To explain the difference in easy and understandable terms, inbound recruiting is about the candidate coming to you for the job while outbound recruitment is about you going out and about to search the candidate. Both have different philosophies and follow different approaches and strategies as well. 

Inbound recruitment – Here in your main objective is to make the candidate aware, then consider you as a potential employer and then get interest of the candidate. For this, inbound recruitment uses the methodology of proactively targeting and attracting the candidate.  Inbound recruitment is more about recruitment marketing which includes awareness, consideration and interest as mentioned before. 


Outbound Recruitment – In outbound recruitment, you only approach the candidate when there is an opening or requirement in the firm and not otherwise. Your objective here is to get the candidate into the stage of applying for the job. Outbound recruitment is out and out direct recruitment that includes applications, selection and hiring. 

So, which one is better? Actually it depends upon your objectives and goals. If you are looking to build your company up as an employer brand and have a long term solution to your recruitment requirements then inbound recruitment is for you.  Outbound recruitment is a temporary or immediate solution comparatively.  Though inbound recruitment is slow process and takes time to show results it does work really well on a long run in terms of getting quality candidates, saving time and cost as well. 

Here’s a simple example to explain the difference. If you are following the inbound recruitment strategy then you show case your employer brand on different communication channels, online and offline. This visibility gets many candidates aware about your company as well. In out bound recruitment, you search for the candidates and then reach out to them when you have a job opening. 

So, if you look at it, it is pretty clear that inbound recruitment is a better idea if you want to establish your company, service or product as a reliable employer brand. 



Tuesday, November 13, 2018

How To Maintain A Work Life Balance - 5 Simple Tips

Millions of people around the world are already struggling with creating an ideal work life balance. With lifestyle becoming hectic and competitive, mental stress is on the rise. People are spending long hours at work resulting into added stress and anxiety issues cropping up.  A survey carried out in Britain has shown that over two third of the Brits who are working are not happy as they are not able to maintain their work life balance. The survey further mentioned that around 18% of them wanted to spend some time reading while 15% wanted time to watch their favourite TV shows and 14% was looking to pamper themselves. 


1. Learn to Say No when required 
There’s this saying you can eat only as much as you can digest’ and this very same saying holds true with your working schedules. Your body needs rest to and if you load it with work than its capacity, the output is going to be affected adversely for sure. So, there is no point in putting too much load there. Learn to say no or don’t feel ashamed of asking for help with there is loads of work to be done. 

2. Work Smart not hard
Learn to work smart then hard. It’s not difficult the easy way out is to prioritise your work on the basis of importance and time. You may decline the meetings that do not need you to be there. You may further set deadlines to complete your scheduled tasks so that you know where you stand at regular intervals of time. You can plan out the next ones accordingly and complete your work on time. 

3. Be at home when at home
People take their workloads along with them to their home literally as well as mentally. Many of them work from home as well and many think of work when at home causing themselves a lot stress and mental distress. The good idea is to write down your to do list for the next day before leaving office and then going home with an open and relaxed mind. 

4. Give yourself time 
A recent study says that quality me time can better your output as an employee.  Try to give equal importance to your self-care regime, apparently as much as you give to your career. After all it is for your own well-being. Think of it as an exercise of your own mind and body for better output at work or may be the way your vehicle requires maintenance so does your body and mind. 

5. Exercise 
The key to a healthy mind is a healthy body and for a healthy body you need to exercise. So, take out time from your daily chores for a brisk walk or a jog or may be a half and hour session of yoga or exercise. See the difference after a couple of weeks. Your stamina, your health and you yourself as a whole will show a positive change. So take out time from your schedule daily and spend some time revving up your engines.


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*Sourced from the Internet