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Weekly Diary at Actuant India Private Limited Project: STRATEGIC APPROACH TOWARDS EMPLOYER BRANDING AND
TALENT ATTRACTION Week 1 During the first week I was required to get acquainted with the company and its background. I was introduced to my Project guide who gave me an introduction about the company. I was required to study about the company’s line of verticals. The company follows ALE- Actuant Leadership Expectation. I was asked to study in detail what ALE was and how it mattered to the company.

Week2 During the second week I was required to study about the HR deptartment of the company. Know all the practices followed by the company. Study the company website in detail and know all the HR policies in place. I attended the weekly HR meetings of the company where I learnt what are the day to day activities of the company and how does HR department works in the organization.

Week3 I was given the topic of my Project. This involved in setting up the timelines with the Director HR, Ivy Saldanha where she guided me how to go about the project and what are her expectations from me. Initially I researched about what Talent Acquisition is and its relevance in today’s time. This involved reading a lot of material on the internet. Along with this my Project guide used to provide me supplementary reading materials about the Talent Acquisition process. The articles used to be from HR agencies like Mercer, Kelly, timesjob.com and the likes. I was also given the TA Process followed by the Actuant India and compare it with the other companies to benchmark the process.

Week 4 During the 4 – 5th week I was asked to present an initial report on how Social Media Employer Branding can be used by the company. During this time it involved meeting with Project guide where we discussed the possibilities. Also what would be relevant with respect to Actuant.

Week 5 I…...

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