RRB Railway Recruitment 2019: Hiring for 2,167 jobs for retired staff; check posts, eligibility

RRB Railways Recruitment 2019: The Indian Railways has announced another round of vacancies. This time the Railway Recruitment Board has announced a total of 2,167 positions to re-engage retired staff on a monthly remuneration basis. Individuals who are interested can check the official website for more information. The last date of application for the railway jobs is July 12, 2019. From commercial clerk and ticket examiners to senior section engineer and senior clerk, lot of positions are vacant for experienced individuals. RRB Railway Recruitment 2019: Total posts There are 2,167…

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UGC asks institutes to fill teaching vacancies, puts a cap of 6 months on hiring process

UGC asks colleges to fill vacant teaching posts at the earliest. (Representational image) To address the “shortage of quality teaching faculty in the higher education institutes” (HEI) in India, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has written a letter to vice-chancellors of all the universities asking them to fill the vacant teaching posts “at the earliest”. The UGC has shared guidelines to hire ‘quality’ teachers with the VCs. As per the guidelines shared by the UGC, all the higher education institutes (HEI) need to complete the selection process within six months’…

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The Five Hiring Mistakes That Taught Me How To Recruit

I learned to recruit employees by doing it at a rapid pace in two companies. In the first company I recruited hundreds of newcomers and in the second company, I recruited thousands more. When you interview and hire huge numbers of people, you are going to make hiring mistakes. Here are five of my worst hiring mistakes — the ones that taught me how to recruit! Barney We will call my first unfortunate hire Barney. Barney applied for a job in our IT department. I was not going to be…

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forty four percent of Hiring Managers Say Writing Is the tough ability Grads Lack most

need to degree up your career? you may want to comb up on those writing talents. In PayScale’s 2016 workforce-skills Preparedness report, hiring managers said writing was the tough skill most lacking in new grads – beyond facts analysis, industry-specific software program, or coding. typewriter (image credit: JD Hancock/Flickr) these have been the tough capabilities hiring managers said current grads wanted (collectively with the percentage of managers who identified that skill as maximum missing): Writing skillability: 44 percent Public talking: 39 percentage records analysis (Excel, Tableau, Python, R, and so…

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