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

Friday, 28 March 2014


If KBB has to be successful, both, the TV channel and #P should share following beliefs:
Ø  Future of recruitment lies in multimedia, IT based solutions.
Ø  Whereas, by themselves, TV Channel & 3P, may not be able to create jobs, their collaborative effort would very definitely throw-up many more “options”, both to the employers and the jobseekers.
Ø  Multimedia enabled recruitment process, would lead to a far better “match” between the “job-requirements” and the “ skill-availability”.
Ø  Multimedia based recruitment process will drastically reduce the “lead-time” required to fill a vacancy in an organization.
Ø  Such a process would encourage migration of jobseekers from “skills surplus” regions to “ skill-deficient” areas. Over a period of time, this phenomenon on will gather strength across national boundaries.
Ø  More & more corporations, will tend to “subcontract / farm-out” HR related activities to external agencies, in order to focus on their own “core-competencies”
Ø  For overseas employers, video-interviewing of Indian executives, would lead to better / faster / cheaper recruitment process. This will be especially true in case of Indian software professionals, who are in great demand all over the world. With proliferation of V-SAT network, even Indian employers would increasingly resort to video interviewing.
Ø  Through participation in KBB, jobseekers from remotest town, would be able to make themselves “accessible “ to employers all over the country. For the first time, they will get a “level playing field” vis-a vis their more urbane & sophisticated city-cousins!

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