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By: Samrudhi Ghosh | August 22, 2017

How do you a hire for a client if we are yet to agree on the ideal candidate? This question was rankling in my mind ever since I returned from my big meeting with Cheers and Celebrations, a leading player in the gifts and greeting cards industry, this morning.

The crux of the meeting was this. Cheers and Celebrations was looking to hire a new CEO. Now, most of their employees had grown with the company and had been around for decades. "We need a new pair of eyes to come and change things around here," the founder told us. His second requirement - "We are looking for someone who can double our revenue."

By: Samrudhi Ghosh | August 08, 2017

I woke up feeling surprisingly upbeat for a Monday. Whatever the day had in store for me, bring it on! There weren't a whole lot of mails when I switched on my laptop, so I'm guessing my clients had a work-free weekend as well. I made a few calls and sent a few emails, and everything was going breezy until I got a call from my boss.

"Hi Rids, you have a new client," she said. The gist of the call was this: PC3*, an up-and-coming market research firm, was looking to hire a Chief Technical Officer. The catch? They needed someone to join in a month's time.

By: AxiomRC Recruitment Consultants | September 02, 2016

An engineer in the recruitment industry… Doesn’t quite add up, right? You’ll be surprised to find out that my passion for technology is perfectly satiated in this profession. Before I go into the nitty-gritties of how that is possible, picture this: The recruitment industry earns $400,000,000,000 revenue. 200,000 players hire for 2,000,000 companies.

That’s HUGE, right? There is so little supply in comparison to the demand that we recruiters have to constantly up our game. And that’s where I come in. At AxiomRC, we believe in the power of artificial intelligence. I build technology – whatever it takes to get the fastest route to results. At times, we hack and use off-the-shelf components to get to the goal – something immediately operational...