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Associate Your Recruitment Business with a Global Brand & Strengthen your Position in the Global Market.

Associating your successful Recruitment Business with Antal International as an Alliance Partner gives you access to:

  • Leverage from a global brand represented across 33 countries (150+ offices) – 48offices in India.
  • Share business through the network of offices – last year 25% of our total group revenue was generated through shared business.
  • Move talent globally through our extensive Network
  • Antal Training solutions for your Business to help optimize performance and boost growth
  • Regular international networking, strategy events and conferences in India and globally
  • Co-branding as an Alliance Partner with Antal to accelerate Business Growth
  • Brand Logo featured on Antal’s Alliance Partner Page
  • 2 sessions annually with Tony Goodwin, CEO Antal International for the Entire Alliance Group
  • Support in Crafting a Business Plan to achieve Yearly Growth
  • PR & Branding Support

The Association fee is Rs. 2.5 lakhs + GST followed by an Annual cost of Rs.2 lakhs + GST per year. The Term will be valid for 5 years which can be renewed upon conclusion

We share Information, Knowledge and Experience for the Benefit of our Colleagues, Clients and Candidates – and we do this Better than anyone in the World!

At Antal, we believe strongly in our Entrepreneurial Ethos and we’re always looking for ways to optimise and strengthen our position in the global market.

We can save you time, worry and money! Most importantly, we remove the risk of running a business that lacks the expert insights of a Successful Mentor with Global Multi-Domain & Industry Expertise!

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5 Things to Do Before Your Next Job Interview

As specialists in mid managerial Rising Star talent market, we prepare lots of candidates to interview better.

Here we share with you 5 tips that will help you score better in interviews.

  1. Research:

Interviews are no longer about power equations but about empowerment. Today’s discerning candidate needs to have enough information to decide if the professional association can develop into a long term basis. Research is a good starting point to collect this information.

  • Company’s website: Read about the founders, the company’s history, vision & motto, check their global presence.
  • Annual Reports : Gives you insights on the company’s, growth, sustainability, future plans and financial standing of the company.
  • Company newsletters: Gives you insights of the company’s culture and various other aspects that you may not have direct access to before you join the company.
  • Social Media platforms: Insights on what employees (current & ex), consumers etc are saying about the company.
  • Print and Electronic Media: General perception of the brand in the market
  1. Prepare Your Questions:

When you ask questions it shows that you’re enthusiasm and keenness for the role and that have done your bit to prepare yourself for the interview

Be prepared to get a clearer understanding of:

  • Role: Expectations Support available, Projects, challenges and issues that needs to be resolved, expected progression in the role.
  • Company: Plans for the future
  • Developmental support like their training & development initiatives etc.
  1. Appearance:

The first impressions make a lasting impression, and this can be said of how you appear at the interview. When in doubt, stick to conservative dressing.

  • Choose your ensemble with care to boost your confidence a notch up.
  • Decide on the “look” at least a day prior- make sure the dress/accessory are in prime condition.
  • Take special care of your personal grooming.
  1. Plan your Commute:

You definitely don’t want to be late for an interview, being late would mean one negative marking before the interview could even begin.

  • A day before the interview, get the exact location of the interview venue, confirm the interview timing, plan the logistics- how long it takes to get there, what is the traffic scenario on the route to the venue.
  • Speak to someone who travels or is familiar with that route, take their opinion in your commute plan.
  • Make an early start, have breakfast. It is advisable to book a cab, so that you are not worried about the parking issues near the venue and have the commute time to go over your preparation.
  1. Relax:

It always good to arrive 15 – 20 minutes earlier. You get some time to settle in, refresh after a long journey, calm down and get over the pre interview anxiety.

  • Use the time to use the restroom, make sure that you are looking your best, tuck in any fly-away hair, refresh yourself.
  • Switch off or put your phone on the silent mode before you enter the interviewer’s cabin.
  • And just before you step into the interviewer’s cabin…. Take a deep breath, relax and smile. This will help put you in the right state of mind going in to the interview.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 Tips To Fix Your LinkedIN Profile Pic

Having a business profile picture on LinkedIn makes your profile 14 times more likely to be clicked, but not images have the same impact on the profile visitors. We are giving 5 basic tips that will help you take a good profile picture.

 

  1. You must have a professional LinkedIN profile pic, there’s no 2 ways about it. You profile pic gives a face to the name and makes it easier for the viewer/interviewer/client/prospect etc to relate to you.
  2. LinkedIN is a social networking site for professionals and hence you attire in the profile pic should reflect that. That means you should be dressed like you would to work shirt, tie/ formal dress, limited jewellery & makeup a decent & neat hairstyle, well groomed.
  3. You profile pic cannot be something you clicked on your last vacation – no not a beach pic where you are in a swimsuit or trunks sipping a cocktail, or at a party/roadtrip/trek/gym, no group pics or even selfie, or with your adorable pet, or your family.
  4. When you select a pic for LinkedIN make sure its clea and not grainy, pixelated, blurred.. get a good camera and click a pic where you face is visibly clear
  5. It’s always advisable to click a pic with a white background or even a black&white, avoid brightly lit backgrounds. Avoid clicking a pic in a surrounding that untidy. Avoid clicking pics in your kitchen or bedroom.

 

Well that’s our advice for you… we hope it helps you and will soon sport a new improved LinkedIn Profile pic soon

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