Nearly halfway into the six-month trial, in which employees at 73 companies get a paid day off weekly, 35 of the 41 companies that responded to a survey said they were “likely” or “extremely likely” to consider continuing the four-day workweek
The new work pass will allow high-earners and high-achievers to live in the country without having to secure a job first.
Not just the salary but your equity is what matters when you take up a job at a startup. Have you studied the financials of the company? Do you know what ‘Strike Price’ and ‘Vesting Period’ is? How to calculate the risks involved? The startups in India have more than doubled in the past five years and as soon as they lock funding, they aggressively look for talent. More money, more perks may come at the cost of more time. So, what is the essential information that you need to know before you accept that offer letter? Watch this video to clear all your doubts and queries before accepting that job at a startup.
Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower (MOM) through its official press release announced “enhancements to strengthen Singapore’s position as a global hub for talent”.
It is not something which can be discovered one fine day, yet it’s not hiding from you, says a career coach. Switching jobs may not help. The best way to learn what one really enjoys doing is to try a lot of things early on, he says.
Have you heard of the term moonlighting? It’s when you take up a job apart from your regular 9 to 5 job. Food-tech startup, Swiggy, recently announced its moonlighting policy, allowing its full-time workers to take up another job. But as the work-from-home culture picked up during the pandemic, employees from around the globe have started taking up multiple jobs, especially in the tech sector. Some do it for money, some to gain more experience and some to just combat boredom. But are there any laws that govern the moonlighting trend in India? Is it ethical or is it cheating? Watch this video to find out!
The unemployment rate rose to 3.7%, from a half-century low of 3.5% in July, as more Americans came off the sidelines to look for jobs.
The fall in the unemployment rate took place even as the Labour Force Participation Rate increased to 47.5 percent - the joint-highest since the start of the Covid pandemic
Why Google, Apple, Microsoft, Twitter layoffs could be good for India | Jobs | Employment Global tech companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft, Twitter, Tesla and Meta are either laying off employees or putting a freeze on hiring. But for an industry that boomed during the pandemic, at a time other industries were going down, what's suddenly bothering them? Most importantly, how is it that firings at global big tech firms could actually be good for Indian techies in the long run? Watch this video to find out!
The Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) had added 12.83 lakh net new subscribers in June 2021, the data showed.
India’s low level of female participation is due to two major structural factors: more young women staying in education and a historic failure to implement labour market reforms and develop a strong manufacturing base.
The stakes are high for the July U.S. consumer prices report on Wednesday after an unexpectedly strong U.S. jobs data last week boosted expectations of a sharp interest rate increase to tackle soaring inflation.
Conservative estimates show that the current direct employment in the aviation and aeronautical manufacturing sector is around 2,50,000 employees.
Wall Street’s benchmark S&P 500 lost 0.2% on Friday after government data showed American employers added more jobs than expected in June.
The labour market has now recouped all the jobs lost during the Covid-19 pandemic, though government employment remains about 597,000 jobs in the hole. Overall employment is now 32,000 jobs higher than in February 2020
Indian Railways has been a major contributor in providing employment to people in the country and in this year alone 18,000 jobs have been provided.
The job fair is focused on promoting a diverse candidate pool including: women, persons with disabilities, the LGBTQIA+ community, women on a career break, veterans and other marginalised communities
The Centre has allocated Rs 73,000 crore for the rural employment guarantee scheme for the full financial year that ends on March 31. The ministry is committed to make necessary funds available for the programme.
In a written reply in Rajya Sabha, he said 2132 trains were cancelled between June 15 and June 23.
The minister said 40 per cent of the sector’s research and development is done in India and with the increase in the use of electronics in automobiles, the country is expected to become the centre of gravity for the sector.
Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai also said employment for 5.2 lakh people are estimated to have been created through self-employment schemes from August 2019 up to June 2022.
There has to be a trade-off the central bank has to look at and hence re-focus on growth once inflation provides some semblance of control, Kunal Kumar Kundu has said
The debate within the ministry comes as India continues to face a difficult job situation.
Indian Staffing Federation said the new additions are almost 22 percent more than the year before period, and projected that some of the sectors including fintech, IT and IT-Infra will continue to do well in FY23.