We all are in Recruitment Industry for quite some time now.
In sourcing, quite often we come across just the names & we need to find out the contact details of theat person.
Below are Few of the sites which I know to find out the information:
Orkut, facebook, twitter & other networking sites (Free)
could you please suggest few more good… Continue
Posted on August 6, 2009 at 3:06am — 1 Comment
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This is a response to your message from way back in Aug. Thx for the kind words about the pic. Happy to say it was taken recently. I just started in the industry very young - hence the 15 years exp. Happy to be part of your network. Let me know if I can be of help to you.
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