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Greetings from RAJ............

Hi to everyone, After a long time, i have visited Recruitment link. I have a reuirement for Freshers on various enivronments in Major Mnc`s for Java,Linus,Unix,SAP all modules,Dotnet....
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An appeal Help The people who are affected badly with Floods

As in Andhra Pradesh and part of karnataka is affected with Floods and its natures fury. Its Badly affected with Flood in the areas with 20-30 ft level where people evacuated from their houses and staying relief camps. As Lions Clubs International,Dist 324-C6 and other Clubs are in work to help in relief camps with the necessities like FOOD,Water and Clothes. Already the Service organisation people are helping the affected people, but as a Individual its part of our duty to help them dire...
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7 most interesting second jobs

In this economy, it’s not uncommon for employees to moonlight to make ends meet. Some of those jobs are more unconventional than others. One in ten employees are working a second job now, according to a recent CareerBuilder survey. Here are some of the most interesting moonlighting activities employees are taking on: Juggling chainsaws in a talent competition Working as a tarot card reader Participating in university research studies Taking notes in class for college students Testing...
Published about 12-08-2009 | Rated 0
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Man to pay Rs 10 lakh to MS, Adobe

NEW DELHI: In their battle against piracy, Microsoft Corporation and Adobe System can claim one victory as the Delhi High Court has ordered one person to pay Rs 10 lakh as compensation to the software majors for counterfeiting their licensed products. After a seven-year long litigation, a single member bench of Justice Manmohan Singh held one Mahindra Saxena guilty of counterfeiting the products of Microsoft and Adobe and directed him to pay Rs 10 lakh as compensation to them. "It (count...
Published about 22-07-2009 | Rated 0
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Study provides guidance on hiring ex-cons

It’s a common HR dilemma: How much should a criminal record affect a hiring decision? On one hand, most companies will find it hard to trust someone who’s been convicted of any crime. But if someone has the right skills and experience, should a non-job-related offense from several years prior change your mind? The EEOC warns against using blanket policies against hiring candidates with criminal records, because minorities are convicted of crimes at higher rates than whites. So what...
Published about 22-06-2009 | Rated 0
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Knowledge Sharing - Project Management vs. Product Management

Projects vs. Product (0.0.1.3.P1) Projects are the way that most new work gets delivered. All projects have certain characteristics in common. • They all have a beginning and an end. • All projects are unique. They may be similar to prior projects but they are unique in terms of timeframes, resources, business environment, etc. • Projects result in the creation of one or more deliverables. • Projects also have assigned resources - either full-time, part-time or both. There are...
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10 most dangerous Web search terms revealed!

Web searches including terms like lyrics, free music downloads are most likely to put your computer at risk of virus or even malicious software, for security firm McAfee, Inc. has listed these words as some of the most dangerous search terms on the Internet. In a recent report, McAfee has revealed Web search terms that put users most at risk for accidentally downloading unwanted or malicious software. The report, titled `The Web`s Most Dangerous Search Terms`, reveals that the researchers ...
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US warns its citizens against visiting India

US warns its citizens against visiting India Zeenews Bureau Washington, June 04: Amidst reports suggesting that the Lashkar-e-Toiba is planning another terror attack on India, the US government on Thursday issued a travel advisory cautioning its citizens planning to visit India. According to latest news report, the US administration, based on the general threat perception and the law and order situation in various states, has not specifically asked its citizens to avoid travelling to Indi...
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I save 1 hour every day by using simple email tricks!

I sometimes get hundreds of emails a day. I used to get sucked in and spend hours sorting them out. I invariably ended up having a day when nothing seemed to be getting done. Over time, I discovered and started using these tricks and now I feel completely in control and save many hours every week. Find out how. 1. Do not work with your mail box open. Do NOT leave your mail box open when you are working. You will end up checking every new mail that arrives and deal with it immediately. G...
Published about 01-06-2009 | Rated 0
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Applicant pool about to get a lot bigger

Here’s good news for companies doing any hiring over the next few months: A new crop of eager entry-level talent will soon be available, without much competition from other employers. That’s right, it’s almost time for college graduations. And the job market will be a lot tougher on grads than in previous years. Just 43% of employers have any plans to hire recent graduates in 2009, according to a recent CareerBuilder survey. That’s down from 56% last year. Also, 21% said they’ll...
Published about 14-05-2009 | Rated 0

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