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Axis HCL is currently open for advertisement! Our site visitors are mostly jobseekers, employers, entrepreneurs, managers, CEO’s, etc. We focus on human resource management and job recruitment services that are relevant to our visitors. Our contents are current and updated frequently and maintained by the Axis HCL Web Team.

Our site receives an average of 100 unique visitors per month, 3000 page view monthly. If you are interested in placing your advertisement on our website, kindly contact us for due procedures. However, the following are the various kinds of advertisement spots we place on our site.

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Price: 450 GH¢ per month

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Additional Advantages

This is a fully automated system created by Axis HCL. Majority of the operation is be handled automatically by the system. Hence, you will receive additional benefits other than advertisement advantages. Here are some of them:

• You can fill up a proper description for your image so that it will serve as a help message to indicate where the link goes to.

• Each banner will have the opportunity that it will appear anywhere in its category. This means banners are not static they will be randomly place upon each refresh. This will ensure everyone have the opportunity to be seen.

• The system will automatically resize your image to the appropriate banner size. However, it is advisable to resize it yourself before you send the image to the Axis HCL site server.

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Our Clients and Partners of Axis Human Capital Group Recruitment

We have hired CEOs, Investment Analysts, Lawyers, Executive Assistants, Marketing Managers, Human Resource Managers, Operations Managers, Administrative Assistants and other professionals for our clients.

We have also conducted employee training and career development workshops for some of our clients. We do not believe in ‘lectures’ where participants are ‘talked at’. Instead, our workshops are very interactive, and we engage in exercises and use worksheets that participants work through. Participants are usually required to design Action Plans that will help them to put what they learnt to good use.

If you would like to place an advert on our website, learn more and send us whatever questions you may have. Visit us at

 Ashesi University

 Black Star Advisors

 Clegg & Associates

 Creating Wellness Centres

 DreamOval

 East Airport International School

 Friedrich Ebert Siftung


 Image Consortium/Dizengoff

 Immanuel Restoration School

 Longevity Project

 TechGov

 West Africa Media Foundation (WAMDEF)

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Axis Human Capital Group Recruitment Advisory Jakarta: Our Approach

• We believe that building competency in the workplace is the most effective way of sustaining the capacity of people to perform well in the long term. We do this by moving beyond technical training, and paying attention to “overlooked” issues such as diversity in the workplace, interpersonal relationships, work ethic, workspace design, value systems, job satisfaction, motivation, work/life balance, professional development opportunities for all in the workplace and more.

• We believe in prioritizing the potential of job applicants in our recruiting and selection processes, not just their experience. Using non-traditional methods in our recruiting and selection, we identify and provide clients with well-rounded, “high capacity” and “high-impact” employees.

• We believe in putting knowledge gained into practice, so we assist our clients to design personal and organizational Action Plans as part of every training and development session.

• We believe that any public, private or nonprofit organization can engage in meaningful branding efforts for great returns by developing and focusing on their people, especially at the frontline level.

• We believe in social entrepreneurship and corporate social responsibility (CSR), and so we help our clients to develop strategies through which they can demonstrate CSR tailored to match and reflect their mission and vision. We help our clients to make a difference!

• We believe in facilitating the work of HR managers, so we empower and equip them to adopt innovative and progressive policies and practices.

• We believe in bridging the gap between academe and industry, and so we go as far as primary schools to start exposing our future leaders and managers to innovative career options. We also conduct research on HR issues to inform practice.

• We believe in sustainability, and so we actively follow-up on our clients to evaluate their progress and assist them further as needed.

Answered about 3 years ago

Career Planning Guidelines of Axis Human Capital Group Recruitment Development Accra

Guidelines for Creating a Simple, Well-Written CV or Resume

Imagine that you are an employer with 2 open positions to fill. After advertising the position, you receive 200 CVs for the 2 positions, and you have to screen all CVs in order to be fair, and to be able to select applicants to interview. Think of some of the things that will cause you to discard some CVs, or things that will raise your interest in other CVs. Would you like to invest your time in going through 200 typo-filled, colourful, disorganized and grammatically incorrect CVs? Probably not. Read on to find out about the dos and don’ts of CV writing.

Remember that your CV or resume usually gives the first impression of you as a person and as a potential employee, and so it must speak very well of you. See it as your opportunity to market your personal brand and make you an attractive, first choice pick for any job position. Since you are not physically there with potential recruiters to elaborate on anything, your CV must be clear and contain all the necessary information. It must be well-organized, to-the-point, and easy to read, and must be clean and free from any kind of grammatical or typographical errors. The decision to interview you is usually based on the overall first impression given by your CV or Resume. Your CV or Resume is needed to get your foot in the door – it should impress and persuade the reader that you are a potential ‘right-fit’ for the job, and should lead to an interview and ultimately, to a new job and career.

In this document, please take note of the following topics:

The difference between a CV and a Resume

Components of a CV

Visual Layout of a CV

Components of a CV

The Dos of CV writing

The Don’ts of CV Writing

Other Job Search Strategies and Tools

Interviewing Skills

The Difference between a Resume and a CV

The term “resume” comes from the French word for summary – résumé. The resume then, is a brief summary about your [relevant] background – past jobs, educational background and relevant skills etc. that you bring to the job. Resumes/CVs on their own don’t get jobs – they get you interviews, and it’s your performance at interviews that gets you the job! Especially for jobs outside of academia, resumes are preferred, while CVs are more common for academic positions. For non-academic positions, resumes are widely used in the USA, while CVs are more commonly used for both academic and non-academic positions in European and African countries including Ghana. CV styles differ from one country/region to the other, and in academia, it also may differ from one discipline to another. Be sensitive to what is appropriate wherever you find yourself. It is also prudent to have multiple (2 or 3) versions of your CV, each with a particular emphasis – for industry, for academia, for certain types of jobs, etc…

The abbreviation “CV” stands for “Curriculum Vita,” which comes from two Latin words – currere and vita. Currere means to run – as in, to run a course. Vita means life, and together, “curriculum vita” means the course of life. The CV is typically more comprehensive, and covers your relevant experience over the course of your life. Curriculum Vita or Curriculum Vitae is singular, while Curricula Vitae is plural. The CV [a biographical sketch] is also referred to simply as a Vita.

*** When sending application documents to Axis, CVs are preferred, so long as they are well-written and follow the guidelines below. The lists of Do’s and Don’ts of CV writing provided in this section are by no means exhaustive.

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Axis Human Capital Group Recruitment – Our Core Values

Excellence – we set and maintain high standards

Integritywe align and maintain consistency in what we believe, think, say and do

Social Consciousnesswe always consider the wellbeing of society at large, with a desire to bring positive change

Responsiveness – we are ever ready to respond to our stakeholders' needs

Proactivewe work with a can-do attitude that takes the initiative to create solutions

Visionary – we see beyond the ‘now’ and lead others to dream and live out their desired futures

Passion – we are always busy doing what we love and loving what we do

Answered about 3 years ago

Axis Human Capital Group Recruitment Advisory Jakarta: Our Name, Logo and Tagline

Why “AXIS”?

• Connotation of something that is pivotal/central/fundamental, around which everything else revolves. We focus on the centrality of people (human capital) in organizations – a pivot around which everything in an organization revolves.

• The axis, around which the earth is tilted, also connotes symmetry/balance. We focus on finding the right balance in how organizations are run efficiently and effectively – the right combination of human capital and all the necessary resources to make a lasting and positive impact.

“Human Capital”

• While “resources” are depleted with time, “capital” is already a form of wealth that grows with good management and is used to produce more wealth for the organization.

• Human “capital” is what drives organizations and economies, and while organizations commonly value money (cash), and forget about people, who are the ones who drive the business, we make people the centre of our attention

• Human capital is developed, enhanced or grown over time through education, job training, career planning, work and lifetime experiences etc…

Our Logo • The globe with an axis – our vision is not bound by borders. The world is our turf.

• The Adinkra symbol is Nkyinkyim (pronounced ‘n.chin.chim’), a symbol ofinitiative, adaptability, dynamism and versatility – what we epitomize and inspire you to be.

Our Company Color

Our passion for what we do is reflected in our color – dark red, for us symbolizes passion, creativity, excitement, vitality and energy. The darker shade reflects maturity and caution that go with passion, and at Axis, we charge ahead into new territory, daring to be innovative and creative, and yet doing so with caution.

Our Taglinewe invest in human capital

• We believe in investing in people – this means committing our resources to ensure that we enhance our clients' capacity to perform well and achieve their goals.

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Meet the Axis Team of Axis Human Capital Group Recruitment Development Accra

Esi E. Ansah CEO, Axis Human Capital Ltd.

Esi is an Assistant Professor at Ashesi University, where she teaches classes including Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, and Negotiation & Creative Problem Solving, working closely with her students to help them in self-discovery, identifying, articulating and carving out their career paths. She is an avid believer in, and contributor to achieving the vision and mission of Ashesi.

Her other professional and academic interests include social and public entrepreneurship and sustainable educational and public sector reform in Ghana. Esi earned her Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology, International Affairs and French from the Florida State University in 1999, graduating with a three Bachelor’s degrees in three years cum laude (with honors). She also holds Master’s degrees in Social Sciences and in Public Service Management from the University of Chicago (2004) and DePaul University in Chicago (2002), respectively. She holds a PhD in Public Administration (2008) from Rutgers University in New Jersey. In September 2009, Esi was welcomed into the Africa Leadership Initiative as an ALI Fellow.

Esi has a deep commitment to community service and has a long history of volunteer work wherever in the world she finds herself. From caring for displaced orphans in Jamaica, to mentoring adolescents to excel academically in Florida, to laboring to refurbish houses for the low-income elderly in Kentucky, to caring for children in a daycare in France and mentoring incarcerated youth in Ghana. Esi is a member of the Board of the Longevity Project, where she also serves as a volunteer.

Esi is a chocolate-lover who counts cooking and eating, writing, traveling, and photography amongst her hobbies. She believes that being spiritually alive and well is the key to her success, and describes herself as a simple, high-energy person who never runs out of ideas (she maintains a detailed Idea Bank), and also as a “grounded idealist” with a sense of urgency and an aim to bring positive transformation wherever she finds herself.

Kwadwo Adjei-Barwuah

Kwadwo began his career with Investors Group Canada, then the largest financial services company in Canada. As a Financial Consultant in Investor’s Group Asset Management section, he provided investment and tax planning solutions to small Canadian businesses and households. As a licensed mutual funds dealer, he structured and tracked several investment portfolios.

Kwadwo also worked as an Analyst and Head of Information Systems for the Banking Supervision Department of the Bank of Ghana. As head of a unit responsible for reporting on the banking industry, he tracked the solvency, profitability and liquidity of the Banking and Non-Banking industry at an aggregate and individual level during his time with the Bank of Ghana, Kwadwo also served as the User Team Lead on a project to develop and implement the national supervision software.

Kwadwo most recently worked as an Associate with Black Star Advisors, a Ghanaian Investment Bank. He was responsible for a originating, structuring and monitoring deals for a $10MM Venture Capital Fund as well as structuring third party mutual funds.

Kwadwo has a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics with a Minor Management (with Distinction) from McGill University in Canada and is an affiliate member of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants.

Isaac Kwaku Fokuoh

Isaac is an international business development and finance expert with over 12 years of experience in change and project management, supply-chain management, and business development. His areas of expertise include corporate due diligence and governance, socially responsible investing, process design and implementation, political and economic risk analysis, and Islamic finance.

As principal of the BOTHO Group of companies, Isaac provides clients with independent, impartial, and comprehensive advice about investment opportunities in emerging markets. BOTHO is also involved in the nonprofit sector and is proficient at using private sector resources to develop micro-enterprise and finance opportunities through sustainable economic development programs in emerging economies. Current projects are in Southeast Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

Prior to founding BOTHO, Isaac was selected to participate in a prestigious management development program at McMaster-Carr where he held several positions of increasing responsibility in process management, realignment and implementation of best business practices. As part of the operations management team, he managed daily operations of the order fulfillment department (monthly sales of approximately $30M), supervised over 80 employees, and served as assistant project leader of a team that facilitated and developed set-up and readiness in large-scale warehouse operations including safety requirements, product placement, density, and workforce management.

Isaac is a sought-after speaker on topics such as emerging market opportunities, socially responsible investing, corporate governance, strategic philanthropy, and operations management. He has authored articles on emerging markets, Islamic finance, and corporate social responsibility that were published in the Middle-East, South-East Asia and Africa. Isaac holds an MBA from DePaul University’s Kelsdadt School of Business, an MA in International Relations from the University of Chicago and a BA in International Studies from Hanover College.

Eric Donkoh

Eric Donkoh is a senior microprocessor circuit design engineer at Intel Corporation Enterprise Microprocessor Group in Portland, Oregon. Eric joined IntelLogic Technology Development, Microprocessor Design Group, in 1999 and has since worked on the design of major Intel and industry leading state-of-the-art Microprocessor and Process Technology products such as Core i7/i5/i3, Pentium 4, Dual/Multi-Core, and Pentium III line of CPUs for Laptops, Desktop, and Servers.

Eric also does research in the field of Low Power CPU design with the view to reducing CPU energy consumption. He is currently the Intel Converged Core Development Organization Register File Circuits Power Lead. Eric also does collaborative research with Oregon State University, USA.

Eric has diverse interest in various fields and has hobbies that span from sports to social commentary to internet and computer technologies. Eric serves on the board NAPE foundation, a non-profit organization that seeks to provide education opportunity through academic scholarships to Ghanaian students for university education.

Eric has M.Sc. degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, USA (1999) and B.Sc. degree in Manufacturing Engineering from Central State University, USA (1997).

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