2006-02-06

EOI

The most important document for a recruiter is the resume. It is believed that only international firms take EOI (expression of interest) seriously. Many Indian companies need an EOI but really do not spend much time to go through it. One consulting firm told as much. It is like buying a gift. There is evidence that a gift is, in most cases, more valuable (economic value) to the giver than the receiver. The one giving the gift spends a lot of time searching for the right one (??), but usually can never estimate what the receiver of the gift wants or values. Similarly, for us, the EOIs take a lot of time to prepare, but they generally do not mean much to the recruiter. Notwithstanding, we spend time on making EOIs, just in case the recruiter wants to read it with more interest.

4 comments:

Sameer Singla said...

Dude!!

Your blog needs to be credited as the "Bible for ISB (admits and aspirants)".

Thanks for doing a great job.

Anonymous said...

Yes Dude,You are sincere and honest
and informative with no attitude,
pray the best for you in all u do

Anonymous said...

Vase Overturned
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itheabsolute said...

hi sameer

thanks for the compliment.

cheers

anonymous

thank you...need a lot of such wishes

cheers

2006-02-06

EOI

The most important document for a recruiter is the resume. It is believed that only international firms take EOI (expression of interest) seriously. Many Indian companies need an EOI but really do not spend much time to go through it. One consulting firm told as much. It is like buying a gift. There is evidence that a gift is, in most cases, more valuable (economic value) to the giver than the receiver. The one giving the gift spends a lot of time searching for the right one (??), but usually can never estimate what the receiver of the gift wants or values. Similarly, for us, the EOIs take a lot of time to prepare, but they generally do not mean much to the recruiter. Notwithstanding, we spend time on making EOIs, just in case the recruiter wants to read it with more interest.

4 comments:

Sameer Singla said...

Dude!!

Your blog needs to be credited as the "Bible for ISB (admits and aspirants)".

Thanks for doing a great job.

Anonymous said...

Yes Dude,You are sincere and honest
and informative with no attitude,
pray the best for you in all u do

Anonymous said...

Vase Overturned
http://bluewhitegold.blogspot.com/

itheabsolute said...

hi sameer

thanks for the compliment.

cheers

anonymous

thank you...need a lot of such wishes

cheers