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 May 2010

12,000 KEYWORDS

28 May 2010

Kartavya,

12,000 KEYWORDS

One issue which every jobseeker worries about is :

What keywords should she use in her resume?

What keywords will truly represent her Knowledge / Skills / Expertise / Competence ?

She need not worry if she would simply look-up 12,000 + keywords in “ Resume  Rater " recruitment software tool.

In “ Resume Rater ", these keywords are already arranged according to " Function / Skill " background of a jobseeker.

It is also quite easy to download " Resume  Rater "  - free and without login.

The very first page of Google search result, lists at least 5  websites from where one can download “  Resume Rater ”.

Hemen Parekh

Thursday, 27 May 2010

INTELLIGENT SOFTWARE

27 May 2010

Kartavya,

INTELLIGENT SOFTWARE

Re-writing of a resume involves

  • Paraphrasing the content without distorting the substance

  • Re-arranging of the presentation for great visual appeal

This makes resume re-writing a highly-skilled job, best left to expert / professional resume-writers.

But converting one's plain text resume into

  •  8 visual  /  analytical  graphs

  •  Re-arranging these graphs into thousands of unique   combinations

-      and doing this  Online  /  Automatically  /  Instantly , is something impossible without the help of  an intelligent software – a software which also highlights the keywords !
  
It took me quite some time to develop precisely such a software – then make it freely available to all at

Hemen  Parekh

Wednesday, 26 May 2010

HIGHLIGHTED KEYWORDS

26 May 2010

Abhi,

HIGHLIGHTED KEYWORDS

A frequent  " Resume  Writing Tip "  for  jobseekers is to judiciously incorporate in their resumes, keywords relevant to their knowledge / skills.

No justification required for this.

But how can jobseekers get the HR Managers to " notice " those keywords as soon as they open the resume ? Each resume will likely get no more than 5 seconds to make a first good impression.

Of course, if HR Managers are using  " Resume  Rater " recruitment software to ' rate ' all incoming resumes then there is no problem.

Not only will keywords get highlighted automatically, but even the resumes will get ranked in the descending order of  " relevance ", with the best resumes topping the list !

I would not be surprised if many jobseekers are themselves rating their own resumes before sending to  recruiters !

After all , " Resume Rater " can be freely downloaded from nearly all websites listed on first page of Google search results !

Hemen  Parekh

PAIN –GIVING ' EXERCISE

26 May 2010

Abhi,

PAIN –GIVING ' EXERCISE

Aggregating job advertisements from several sources and then making these " searchable " on one platform, is indeed, a great ' time – saving '  feature for the jobseekers.

But, more often than not, such a platform turns out to be a great ' pain –giving ' exercise!

There is not much of an advantage if clicking on any job-link in the job aggregator, simply transports the jobseeker to the concerned ' source ' .

If she feels like ' applying ' against that job, she must

  • register  on that jobsite

  • submit resume

  • login

  • then ' apply online '

Now imagine having to submit resume on dozens of job-portals and having to remember all those passwords!

And having to keep shuttling between the aggregating platform and those dozens of sources.

This is where   www.CustomizeResume.com   differs.

This is where a jobseeker can " Apply Online " against any job-advt. irrespective of the originating source.

  Just

  • one Submit Resume
  • one login
  • one page
  • one click

Coming to think of it, when conducting a job-search, does a jobseeker care a hoot from where you have aggregated a job-advt., as long as she can see the Employer's name / position advertised / salary offered / posting location and other details ?

And if the service is free ?

With regards

Hemen Parekh

Wednesday, 19 May 2010

EQUALLY POPULAR

19 May 2010

Kartavya,

EQUALLY POPULAR

To my knowledge, there is only one human resource software which is equally popular amongst the HR Managers and the jobseekers.

It is “ Resume Rater “.

HR Managers love it because it enables them to find the 5 best resumes out of 5000 received against their advt., in a matter of minutes.

Jobseekers like it because rating their own resumes [ using  “ Resume Rater ” ], before sending to recruiters, tells them whether it will get listed in those “ best 5 “ – those likely to be called for an interview .

One can download “Resume Rater“[ free and without login ]
from almost any link on the first 2 pages of Google search results ( - although there are millions of links ! )

Hemen  Parekh

Tuesday, 18 May 2010

TIME TRAVEL ?

18 May 2010

Kartavya,

TIME TRAVEL ?

Why time travel ?

Simply because the reports / notes which are listed below were written by me some 20 / 25 years ago. Some are even older.
 Most were written during my 30+ years of service ( 1959 - 1990 ) with India's topmost engineering conglomerate, Larsen & Toubro Ltd .

You can download these from,
 www.IndiaRecruiter.net>site map>Time Travel
 free, and without registering.
Question :

But why should anyone want to download this ?
Answer :

Agree. These notes are not for "everyone".
But those who wish to leverage the power of open - direct - honest communication with colleagues / superior / subordinates, in order to improve industrial relation - ethics - work culture , would find these useful.

I am acutely conscious that in another 25 years, no one will search for "INFORMATION" on Google - Yahoo - MSN etc. They will enter their current / expected "problem" in a hand - held device and receive readymade "solution / answer / advice" in milliseconds !

Till then, you may search - and may be find, solutions to some of your problems here.

Regards,

HEMEN PAREKH

Wednesday, 12 May 2010

RESUME SEARCH ENGINE

12 May 2010

Abhi,

RESUME SEARCH ENGINE

Recruitment Managers do not need more resumes. They have enough on their hard disks to fill the next 1000 vacancies !

If only , these resumes were to be " searchable ".

What recruiters need is a " Resume Search Engine " aka
 
                        " Resume Rater ".

When processed using " Resume Rater ", these thousands of unsearchable text resumes lying in hundreds of files and folders on your harddisk, get

·     Rated……………. ( score-wise )

·     Organized…….. ( Function / skill wise )

·     Meaningful……. ( for which vacancy ? )

·     Searchable……. ( a matter of seconds )

No wonder 2173 copies of  " Resume Rater " recruitment software have been downloaded from
                     www.download.com

-    which ranks " Resume Rater " # 65 out of some 860 Database Management Softwares.
-     
Downloading is free and no need to even register !

With regards

HEMEN  PAREKH

Monday, 3 May 2010

EXPLORE

3 May 2010

Kartavya,

EXPLORE 

Sure,' Resume Rater ' can, within a matter of minutes,

·                ' rate ' resumes

·                assign a ' Score ' to each

·                then display these resumes in the descending order of ' Scores ' ( - with the best resumes on TOP )

Vastly simplifies a Recruitment Manager's life.

But can ' Resume Rater '

·                ' rate ' job advertisements ?

·                ' Score ' these ?

·                display these advertisements in the descending order of ' Scores ' ?

Can ' Rating Algorithm '  work equally well on any set of ' Document – Category ' ?  I have not tried this. But it is an intriguing idea !

Jobseekers may want to try and rate job-advts to find the best jobs. Will save them a lot of time during job search.

To download this software ( - free and without login ), all they have to do is to type in Google, " Resume  Rater " – then click " I'm Feeling Lucky ".

One needs to explore to seek–out luck !
  
Hemen  Parekh