In the third part of the hiring series, we look at how IT firms are looking to maintain a gender balanced work environment.
In the third of the IT hiring series, we look at the niche skills that are in demand.
As per the report, around 57 percent of industries are projected to witness an increase in their net employment outlook
It is a common phenomenon for employees to join rival organisations if they are influenced by their reporting manager
The idea of a merger was to have a single entity regulating educational instutitions
Kwench offers employee recognition and workforce automation solutions in India
Mumbai is among cities expecting over a 20 percent salary raise.
All courses will be offered free of cost in the first year
It is imperative for employers to upskill their talent to thus match industry needs
Companies try various scare tactics to stop employees from joining rival firms
Selected candidates will be hired to the food tech company's engineering team
Insights from the survey showed that 34 percent respondents would find a career as a political analyst interesting.
Here are the details of the SBI PO application, probationary officer salary and important dates for the 2,000 vacancies at State Bank of India that can be accessed at sbi.co.in/careers.
This forum aims to boost women's careers in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) sector
Several courses have 55-60 percent vacant seats with barely any job offers
In light of the recent developments in the civil aviation sector, job postings have seen a sharp decline.
Fees may go up by 3-4.5 percent across the IIMs over the next few weeks
Majority of respondents said that they will report cases of misbehaviour in the workplace
Almost 30-40 percent seats have been vacant in the programme across 200 plus institutes that offer the course
Social media platforms like Twitter are being screened to cross-check if a potential hire has been accused of harassment
There are 20,000 jobs available for elderly care in India. But, work conditions and quality of talent are areas of concern.
Laddha is currently deputy CEO of JLT Independent.
They highlight Prime Minister Narendra Modi's difficulty in fulfilling a promise he made weeks after coming to power in 2014: creating millions of jobs by boosting manufacturing under a flagship 'Make in India' project launched with much fanfare.
Indian employees are known to clock the maximum number of hours in office.
Higher dropout rates in schools and discrimination in offices have led to low participation of women in organised workforce.