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5 Steps to Finding a Job and Building a Career in Development Sector

Anais John 13-Feb-2015

Feeling a little altruistic lately? “A little” won’t be good enough if you are actually looking forward to developing a career in the relief and development sector. If you are really into the building a career there, you have be sure that you are REALLY into it.

Tips for Non Verbal Communications in Interview

Rahul Devkar 30-Mar-2017

Actions definitely speak louder than words. They speak much louder when you are being interviewed. The dreadful part is, interviewers assiduously note movements and use gathered data to analyse your personality. This decides whether or not you get employed. High qualifications, experience are fine but exist on paper. Non-verbal communications brings interviews to life.

Communication Etiquette for Business Correspondence

Tina Jindal 16-Mar-2015

A lot has been written about “formal communication” during a job interview. There is no dearth of material pertaining to verbal and non-verbal cues that make up for professional business etiquette. Hence, it’s time we talk about communication practices that begin BEFORE you land an interview.

The benefits of taking online courses

Tina Jindal 16-Mar-2015

There are various kinds of courses that can be taken by a person whenever they want. These courses can make a huge difference in an individual’s life and can contribute in their future. When you are taking any course, it is essential that you should make a proper decision.

Panoramic Glimpse of Development Sector

Swati Chibber 08-Nov-2014

There are often times in life, when one starts to think about the future in a more proactive way than normal; this is something that a large chunk of youth is doing at the moment. “I want to make a difference”-Even though it sounds clichéd, this is what they all want to do–contribute to make a difference. The next question would automatically be, “How”? To that end their aim is towards creating better future, by improving quality of life for people.

Working in the developing countries

Ahmed Khan 17-Jun-2017

Working in the developing countries is one of the most tiring and difficult things to do because there are so many problems that make it less interesting and efficient for one to work there.

JOBS IN DEVELOPMENT SECTOR say “Exert YOUR OWNERSHIP at Workplace”

Swati Chibber 08-Nov-2014

We all are employees who work for a living. Unfortunately our bosses are always breathing down our neck, isn’t it! Let’s be honest to ourselves that at one point in time or the other, we all wished that we had a better job. And while we peruse these thoughts we are dead sure that there must be something better out there for us. These statements have at one point in time or the other, passed through each one of our minds.

ACE THE INTERVIEW

Swati Chibber 08-Nov-2014

When it comes to interview advice, “just be yourself” is a popular cliché, that sometimes make candidates roll their eyes. For once, though, the cliché is true.

Make your application stand out with a winning cover letter

Richa Sharma 08-Nov-2014

A well written cover letter makes a difference and is an important ingredient of a job application. For some, writing a cover letter may seem like a herculean task but skipping it is not advisable as a good cover letter can really get you a step closer to your dream job!

Is human resources key to development?

Samuel Nicholson 14-Jun-2017

HR is key to any organization’s success. Human Resources is responsible for payroll, hiring, termination, designing policies on the code of conduct et cetera. But is it also relevant in playing a role for organizational development? In this article, we aim to answer these questions.

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