Vijay Eswaran’s Emphasis On The Importance Of Philanthropy
March 8, 2017 — 23:35

Vijay Eswaran co-founded QI Group Ltd. nearly 20 years ago, but along with founding this company he established RYTHM Foundation. RYTHM Foundation has been serving the Asian community through projects targeted at children with special needs, impoverished and underdeveloped communities, and environmental safety reforms.

Eswaran’s philanthropy has been inspired by his father who named his own Vijayratnam Foundation after, and Mahatma Gandhi who practiced achieving peace through peaceful means. Eswaran was even named to Forbes Asia’s Heroes of Philanthropy list in 2011.

Vijay Eswaran is the son of a former Malaysian Ministry of Labor official and a school teacher. He saw much of an underdeveloped Asia growing up and had the drive to do something for his community. He decided to study socio-economics at the London School of Economics, and completed his bachelor’s degree there.

He spent a year working odd jobs harvesting in vineyards in France and driving cabs in London, but soon had enough money saved up to attend grad school at Southern Illinois University where he got his MBA. He worked for a few IT companies and then moved back to Malaysia to become part of the Cosway Group.

At this juncture of his career, Eswaran had become proficient in multilevel marketing and decided to pursue it full time. He co-founded a multilevel marketing company of his own, QI Group Ltd. that became worth billions in a fairly short period.

QI Group sells a variety of household and personal health products as well as jewelry and vacation deals through QNet, and they have real estate holdings and finance small to midsized businesses through QI Asset Management. QI Group is also the founder of Quest International University Perak.

Vijay Eswaran has spoken at business seminars and gatherings including the renowned World Economic Forum hosted in Switzerland. He’s also written many books on leadership and how ethics and spirituality can shape the workplace. Some of his bestsellers include In The Sphere of Silence and 18 Stepping Stones.

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Julie Zuckerberg Believes Finding Right Talent Is The Most Fruitful Job
March 1, 2017 — 2:31

Julie Zuckerberg, the Executive Talent Acquisition Lead of Deutsche Bank believes that finding right talent is the most fruitful job. As a talent acquisition specialist with more than 15 years of experience, she knows how important is finding the right talent. She thinks that the candidates with the right skill set always provide superior service to the firm and hence the product or service the firm delivers would also be of superior standard. She uses multiple channels to bring the right people onboard. It includes referrals from the existing employees, technological advancements, social media sourcing, recruitment agencies etc. Any medium of sourcing can’t be neglected as people might use different channels according to their level of accessibility and ease. She also understands the need of simplified interview procedures as it can play a great part in getting the right talent. It is found that people prefer proper communication and systematic approach throughout the hiring process. Also, she plays a vital role in branding Deutsche Bank as a wonderful place to work so that more and more candidates would look for its jobs. Julie also keeps a strong talent network to ensure easy and quick hiring.



In her current role at Deutsche Bank, Julie collaborates with business leaders of Global Technology & Operations, Private Wealth & Commercial Clients, and Asset Management verticals to ensure regional talent acquisition, recruitment cycle and process improvements, and strategies. She is working closely with the senior leadership of the bank for Managing Director level offerings for various verticals by consulting key stakeholders and material risk takers. She leads in providing the strategic direction and training to sourcers, the team of recruiters, and various recruiting coordinators of GTO, PW&CC, and AM.  Before being promoted to current role, Julie was working as Vice President and Executive Recruiter at the bank. During the period, she took various responsibilities including partnering with business partners, hiring managers to manage and lead the full-cycle recruitment for Director and Managing Director level roles for Global Technology & Operations, Regional Management, Investor Relations, Finance, U.S. Compliance etc. Her active participation in recruitment strategies including internal mobility, agency engagement or search firm by consulting the appropriate managers was aimed to get the right talent with respect to the requirement.



Julie Zuckerberg started her career with Hudson as Director of Candidate Placement, where she took care of various recruitment and counseling on various employee benefits. Then, she joined Citi as Vice President and Executive Recruiter with various responsibilities from recruiting Director and Managing Director level recruitments to designing recruitment strategies. She also worked with New York Life Insurance Company as Experienced Hire Recruiting Lead, Corporate Vice President for a period of four months before joining Deutsche Bank. She started her career after completing her J.D. from New York Law School and graduation in philosophy from City University of New York-Brooklyn College. She likes running, photography, technology news, and arts. She also invests time in civil rights, human rights, animal welfare, science, technology, and economic issues.