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#Tascon18 : India’s biggest TA and Sourcing Conclave

For starters, #tascon18 was trending on Twitter 🙂

#DidYouKnow : #TASCON18, Talent Acquisition and Sourcing Conclave is an event conducted by Sourcing ADDA, a community for Talent Acquisition & Sourcing Professionals. Aimed at highlighting the latest trends, best practices and strategies in Talent Sourcing & Recruitment, it is also the perfect platform for industry professionals to network with thought leaders and like – minded individuals

Now that the context is set, time to explore about the action that took place at TASCON18 via Tweets. Yes, you read it right. Twitter is an amazing place where we can all learn, network and gain insights.

#TASCON18 in 280 characters:

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I am sure you would have loads to talk about these interesting insights. So what are you waiting for. Continue this conversation using #TASCON18 and do follow SourcingAdda. We as HR folks need to have regular conversations that will help us all work together as a community.

Regards

Rambling Recruiter

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All about #TechHR16 in 140 characters

“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough” ~ Albert Einstein

“If you can’t explain in 140 characters, you don’t understand it well enough” ~ Kunjal Kamdar

It was time for the 3rd edition of TechHR and time to meet, learn and connect with the Who’s Who of the HR community. PeopleMatters as always managed to bring in amazing speakers, topics and provide a common learning platform for HR folks. Considering we all have a short attention span (Reading too); following are the tweets aka 140 Characters.

Here you go:

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Hope this collection of tweets might help you gain some interesting insights from the world of TechHR. In case you are on Twitter, you can also connect with the speakers in 140 characters right here : goo.gl/uYtxnJ

Looking forward to your views, comments and thoughts around TechHR16.

Regards

Rambling Recruiter

 
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