Hi Friends,

Even as I launch this today ( my 80th Birthday ), I realize that there is yet so much to say and do.

There is just no time to look back, no time to wonder,"Will anyone read these pages?"

With regards,
Hemen Parekh
27 June 2013

Sunday, 28 March 2010

resume-evaluation

As compared to a jobseeker writing her own resume, a resume written by a professional expert resume-writer would any day prove better.
But
Before sending that well-written resume to a recruiter, can a jobseeker figure-out in advance what would happen if that resume
 gets ” rated / ranked and scored ” by recruiter ?
 gets compared automatically with resumes of other applicants ?
Will she get an interview-call ?
She can – if she will only type ” Resume Rater ” in Google / Yahoo / Bing , and download this software tool ( free and without even login ) from any of the 35+ websites.
Resume Rater mimics the ” resume-evaluation ” process of recruiters’ minds but does it in an unbiased / objective way.
Resume Rater is absolutely non – discriminatory.

Regards
hemen parekh

Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Once You’re in the Process of a Search…Now What?

There was a time when jobseekers pored over the ” Recruitment / Hiring ” sections of newspapers, searching for suitable jobs, for hours-on-end.
Then, with the arrival of internet , came job-portals, which were amongst the earliest websites.
Whereas considerable refinements have taken place in respect of resume-posting and resume-searching, job-searches have largely remained the same – with the jobseekers having to spend an enormous amount of time online.
I have tried to simplify and speed-up job-searches thru Magic Cube Job-Search on
http://www.CustomizeResume.com
No “ Rocket – Science “ this !
One of these days, someone is bound to come-up with even better ” Geodesic Job – Search” which will have jobs listed on hundreds of faces against only 3 faces of Magic Cube – till someone cleverer makes job-search obsolete thru a personal job-search agent !
Regards
hemen parekh

Monday, 22 March 2010

Recruitment / Hiring

There was a time when jobseekers pored over the ” Recruitment / Hiring ” sections of newspapers, searching for suitable jobs, for hours-on-end.
Then, with the arrival of internet , came job-portals, which were amongst the earliest websites.
Whereas considerable refinements have taken place in respect of resume-posting and resume-searching, job-searches have largely remained the same – with the jobseekers having to spend an enormous amount of time online.
I have tried to simplify and speed-up job-searches thru Magic Cube Job-Search on http://www.CustomizeResume.com
No “ Rocket – Science “ this !
One of these days, someone is bound to come-up with even better ” Geodesic Job – Search” which will have jobs listed on hundreds of faces against only 3 faces of Magic Cube – till someone cleverer makes job-search obsolete thru a personal job-search agent !
Regards
hemen parekh
hcp@RecruitGuru.com
Mumbai – India

Friday, 12 March 2010

Interactive resume


Most jobseekers depend upon expert resume writers – which is a sensible thing to do. Such professionally prepared resumes stand a better chance of catching a recruiter’s attention.

But it is no more enough to “ catch attention “.

A resume must succeed in “ amazing “ any recruiter – by being “ Interactive “.

In a resume, a recruiter should be able to find additional information about a candidate by

>  viewing “ analytical “ graphs – rather than reading

>  clicking on “ knowledge / skill “ –related keywords

>  clicking on Candidate-Name / Birth date / City location

You will find this at  www.CustomizeResume.com

I will appreciate suggestions for further improvements.

With regards

hemen parekh