9 February 2010. Job Xchange is an employment service offered by Indian Printer and Publisher and Packaging South Asia magazines exclusively for companies, experienced employees, and students in the publishing, graphic arts, and packaging industries. For purposes of human resources enrichment by inculcating industry best practices, it involves the use of personal involvement by HR personnel from our sister company IppStar – Ipp Services, Training and Research Pvt. Ltd.
At this time this service is being offered free of charge to those companies that are subscribers to our magazine and to member companies of IppStar. All prospective employers will be asked to complete the IppStar employers’ questionnaire. The questionnaire can be obtained by contacting at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, jobs that are advertised in our magazines are also posted on the Job Xchange. There is a limited time for these postings – generally 30 days.
Instructions on the use of job Xchange
For companies offering jobs
Companies offering jobs may submit their profile details by contacting email@example.com and obtaining the necessary employers’ questionnaire and format for job listings. using the ‘Jobs Offered’ button on this page. They may also upload their openings using the Jobs Offered buttons in this section of the webiste. Please note that jobs offered will only be posted at the discretion of IppStar.
For candidates seeking jobs
Candidates seeking employment can reach us using the ‘Jobs Wanted’ button available on this page. These listings are free of charge, but must reflect training or prior experience in the publishing, printing, packaging and paper industries. Please note that jobs wanted will only be posted at the discretion of IppStar which reserves the right to interact with candidates in order to establish their suitability for the positions they seek. These postings will expire after 30 days.
Issue : 12 | Dec, 1969
Founded in 1979, the trade monthly Indian Printer and Publisher reaches publishing and print professionals in South Asia.