Our attention has been drawn to the fraudulent recruitment activities by individuals posing as ABC Consultants or Employees of ABC Consultants, trying to trick candidates to part with large sums of money by promising them job offers.
These individuals are also wrongfully using the company's registered trademark as well as using fake and copied website to legitimise their activities to lure innocent candidates to fall into this trap.
ABC Consultants does not charge any fee at any stage of its recruitment process from the candidate.
We would like to categorically state that these communications are purely made with the intent to defraud the candidates. The company has not authorised any individual to acquire any kind of payment from candidates, towards our company or towards any individual in the recruitment process.
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NOTE: HeadHonchos.com an ABC Consultants initiative, which is a job search & career management portal, exclusively for senior management professionals is the only platform where we provide paid services to candidates/individuals.
Non Government Organizations (NGO) are non-profit voluntary groups established at local, national or international level, dealing with social issues. Currently, around 1.5 million NGO’s work in India, with most of them being small and dependent on volunteers. However, the sector is becoming more organized with various multi nationals and Indian business houses embracing the culture of giving.
There are different types of NGO in India - volunteer sector, grass root organizations, civic society, private voluntary organizations, transitional social movement organizations and self-help groups (SSG). The central government’s share of social expenditure is only about 20% of the total expenditure, the rest being the responsibility of the states. However, the sector is recently being given more importance by the centre as well. The proposed allocation of INR 1, 60,887 crore for social sector in 2011-12 is an increase of 17% over current year. It amounts to 36.4% of the total plan allocation.
The NGO sector is not an obvious choice for mid career professionals who do not have a background in terms of education or personal orientation in this sector. Primary reasons for private sector professionals looking at working in the private sector include an inherent desire to contribute to the society. The sector is gradually becoming a more viable career option, fraught with new challenges and opportunities to make a real difference.
We realized very early that the Not for Profit Sector was emerging as a new force contributing to the social development in India. With our dedicated team of experienced consultants, it is easier for us to understand our clients’ needs, and the challenges associated with them. For instance, because of our long association with the sector, we can appreciate the significance of having effective fund raising personnel. Also, because of our in-depth knowledge of the sector and a strong network across other industries, we can source the right talent from different sectors. We act as true consultants to our clients – suggesting strategies to source, develop, create, retain and motivate the right talent pool.