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Rachna Mukherjee Quotes In Major Publications
Here are a few quotes of views which were published in publications and magazines around the world.
Brainfeed Higher Education Plus
“Recent Trends in the recruitment industry have indicated that the percentage of passive candidates is increasing as compared to active candidates looking fora job”
Sights In Plus
“Every generation has an equal contribution to the holistic growth of an organisation. With the technologically advanced younger generations– Millennials & Generation Z now stepping onto the stage –it is important for previous generations to bridge the gap and ensure seamless flow of communication and exchange of knowledge”
Times Jobs: Interim Budget 2019
“With the government’s commitment towards skilling 10 million youth by 2020, the budget this year could focus on skill development. The number of under-skilled resources is directly linked to the rate of unemployment in a country and it may prove to be a stumbling block for an economy aiming to boost overall growth. While the allocation of skill development has increased considerably in India in the past few years, the issue of optimal utilisation of resources needs to be addressed”
Edu Alamanac - Innovation in hiring, Global trends
“Recent trends in recruitment industry have indicated that the percentage of passive candidates is increasing as compared to active candidates looking for a job. This makes it imperative to identify innovative ways of locating and contacting potential candidates rather than traditional mechanisms of waiting for people to apply. Corporate organisations are therefore are inclined towards using Artificial Intelligence, machine learning algorithms, and bots to identify and analyze candidates’ previous experiences. Use of these technologies has significantly simplified the overall recruitment process and has been instrumental in bringing down the overall costs incurred in the recruitment process.”
Rachna Mukherjee, CHRO, Schneider Electric, an engineer turned HR professional, has stayed relevant and crucial for the business, even without a formal degree in HR. There was a role in HR, in a newly-launched telecom company, that completely gelled with her profile. She took it up as a challenge and has never ever regretted doing so.
Rachna Mukherjee is not an HR professional by default. This engineering graduate from BITS, Pilani spent a significant number of years in engineering—designing and developing software—before she plunged into HR.