The world's largest staffer has received 13,000 applications from India alone, wherein a candidate gets to the CEO for one month.
While assigning the ratings, CRISIL evaluated the performance of the education loan segment in the country and portfolio performance of the originator among other factors.
Apart from home appliances, production and manufacturing saw a 59 percent growth compared to last year
The Rs 12,700 crore Punjab National Bank scam where loans were credited in a fraudulent manner had the involvement of bank employees
Despite the challenges that the corporate world presents, some women have taken an extra step.
However, the survey said that the gap has narrowed by about five percentage points from 24.8 percent in 2016.
IIM, apart from bringing professionals from the parent organisation, will gradually create NSB's own faculty by the end of the fifth year.
Educational institutions have a lot of catch up to do with global peers in areas of research citations per faculty as well as research outcomes.
As nearly 50 percent of the seats lay vacant, educators call for a re-look
The job site said that initiatives such as Prime Minister’s Research Fellowship should help serve as a great opportunity to create the right talent pool.
The company specializes in corporate payments. It has 12,000 clients and a user base of 1.4 million.
The 2018 Career Wish survey showed that continuous upskilling and re-skilling is a prerequisite to stay relevant in the career
A huge percentage of HR managers consider training to be an essential business enabler but they also acknowledge that there is a lot more to be done to foster training opportunities.
Companies are moving away from a traditional bell-curve appraisal model and looking at individual upskilling initiatives.
In view of increasing volatility across markets, he said, the companies require nimbleness in tackling the storm of changes coming their way on a daily basis.
High-stakes test owners are increasingly turning to computer-based testing in India
For a hypothetical company with 50,000 employees and 1,500 managers, it said mixing in 30 people from a different industry could boost business innovation revenues by a full percentage point
More personalised rewards and niche skills training is what will attract and retain employees.
The report comprises a detailed explanation and analysis of feedback received from around 1,860 business heads and HR leaders across five major industries.
The survey said that 29% candidates exited their first job in less than one year
Both engineering and management institutes look at percentile-scores to see where exactly a candidate stands in comparison to others
Human resource firms said that touch-points of interaction with the employees will involve only information that is relevant to them.
India has one of the lowest female participation in the workforce and it is less than 30 percent.
Employment related discrepancies are the most common ones in resumes.
GST implementation may also lead to new jobs in manufacturing in near future