Earlier this month, Shine.com had partnered with MyParichay to integrate recruitment services through Facebook. Hiring through social media has now become mainstream with 85 % of Indian jobseekers using social networking platforms to find a job, HT Media said.
MyParichay is betting big on India and unsurprising in a country of youth, the 90% of networks and connections on MyParichay are for jobs requiring experience ranging from 0-9, which effectively translates into the age bracket of 20-32 years.
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For those who find the process of employee referrals daunting and unproductive, New Delhi based startup, GrownOut has developed a way to automate it.
Indian startups have come of age. Like every year, we bring together India’s most amazing startups that were spotted. This year was a big year for startups with lots of great moves. Take a look some of the greatest startups of India from 2012.
SwitchIdea isn’t building a 1-sided social recruitment platform (most of the others tend to mine candidate data/use mechanism like social referral to get candidates etc) and the key in this entire concept is to seed candidates also.
Noida based Valuehire is a cloud based SaaS service that provides placement agencies a platform to automate, standardize and manage their entire recruitment workflow with a focus on Indian SMEs in the permanent recruitment market.
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Out of this year’s finalists a whopping 56 start-ups come from our humble India, which comes as a relief for all those bashing the relevance and the innovativeness of the Indian start-up community. The race for a position in the final 100 start-ups from across Asia is hotly contested with China, which itself has 41 companies competing.