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  • Twitter Admits to Diversity Problem in Workforce

    Twitter Admits to Diversity Problem in Workforce

    The lack of diversity in Twitter's workforce of roughly 3,000 people was spelled out in data released by the San Francisco company behind the popular short messaging service.

  • More Than Half of Consumers Globally Upbeat on Job Prospects: Nielsen

    More Than Half of Consumers Globally Upbeat on Job Prospects: Nielsen

    India overtook Indonesia as the most optimistic consumer market, while Portugal and Slovenia were the most pessimistic.

  • CEOs Believe Skills Gap a Biggest Threat to Business Growth: PwC

    CEOs Believe Skills Gap a Biggest Threat to Business Growth: PwC

    More organisations globally are planning to go on a hiring spree over the next 12 months but are concerned that they will not be able to find qualified candidates, a PwC report says.

  • Sotheby's to Cut Jobs to Cut Costs

    Sotheby's to Cut Jobs to Cut Costs

    Loeb, a prominent art collector, has long criticized Sotheby's for spending too much and not being properly positioned in the modern art market.

  • Microsoft to Slash Jobs to Integrate Nokia Handset Unit: Report

    Microsoft to Slash Jobs to Integrate Nokia Handset Unit: Report

    The reductions, expected to be announced as soon as this week, could be in the Nokia unit and the parts of Microsoft that overlap with that business, as well as in marketing and engineering, Bloomberg reported.

  • Tata Steel to Cut 400 Jobs in UK's South Wales

    Tata Steel to Cut 400 Jobs in UK's South Wales

    Under the company's new management, Tata Steel has intensified cost cuts and focused on high-margin products to cope with soft demand in Europe, its biggest market.

  • India To See Robust Hiring Activities in Next 3 Months: Survey

    India To See Robust Hiring Activities in Next 3 Months: Survey

    The Employment Outlook Survey by job portal MyHiringClub.com says that Indian companies are expecting the hiring pace for the upcoming quarter to rebound.

  • Air India Sacks 47 Cabin Crew Members: Report

    Air India Sacks 47 Cabin Crew Members: Report

    While all of those sacked are stationed in Mumbai, 17 of those issued the notices for not showing up for three months without any intimation also belong to the western metropolis and the rest from Delhi, senior airline officials said.

  • Companies Bet on Internal Talent Tools to Tackle Skill Crisis

    Companies Bet on Internal Talent Tools to Tackle Skill Crisis

    Experts believe that cross-functional promotion of internal talent is very critical for any firm as this approach enables well-rounded development of employees.

  • India Inc Has Strongest Hiring Plans For Next Three Months

    India Inc Has Strongest Hiring Plans For Next Three Months

    The Manpower Employment Outlook Survey released today also said that hiring activities are picking up in some sectors on the hopes of "business sentiment turning positive in anticipation of a stable government coming to the helm".

  • Job Market: Positive Sentiment Seen With New Government

    Job Market: Positive Sentiment Seen With New Government

    Leading HR consultancy firm Randstad India today said there is cautious optimism with the new government in power, and the positive sentiment is trickling through the hiring companies with a little bit of uptake on the number of jobs.

  • Pfizer chief says jobs will go in takeover

    Pfizer chief says jobs will go in takeover

    The US drugmaker has sought in writing to ease worries that British jobs will be lost and research undermined by the transaction - concerns that have made the takeover politically fraught. Critics on the committee, however, repeatedly attacked what they described as Pfizer's ruthless track record, accusing the company of buying foreign firms and then downsizing.

  • Majority of New CEOs Promoted From Within: Study

    Majority of New CEOs Promoted From Within: Study

    About 76 per cent of incoming CEOs were 'insiders' who were promoted from within the company, said the newly released 2013 Chief Executive Study from Strategy & (formerly Booz & Company).

  • MBA From IIMA Offers More Value Than Harvard, Wharton: Report

    MBA From IIMA Offers More Value Than Harvard, Wharton: Report

    Now, a new ranking published by the Economist magazine has placed IIMA much ahead of its Ivy League competitors such as Harvard, Stanford, Kellogg and Wharton. In fact, IIMA is the world's fourth best B-school, when it comes to "Good value MBAs," the Economist says. (Read the story here)

  • Placements Across Tier-2 B-Schools Slump, Only 18% Get Jobs: Survey

    Placements Across Tier-2 B-Schools Slump, Only 18% Get Jobs: Survey

    A survey across second-rung business schools across India has found that only 18 per cent MBA students have got jobs at the end of the two-year course in 2014. What's even more disappointing is salary packages for campus offers in such B-schools have dropped by 40-45 per cent as compared to last year.

  • Recovery has created far more low-wage jobs than better-paid ones

    Recovery has created far more low-wage jobs than better-paid ones

    In essence, the poor economy has replaced good jobs with bad ones. That is the conclusion of a new report from the National Employment Law Project, a research and advocacy group, analyzing employment trends four years into the recovery.

  • More and more companies hiring via social media: experts

    More and more companies hiring via social media: experts

    The social media has moved rapidly from being 'purely social' to a 'business tool' as more and more companies are now using the platform to recruit the right people for specific jobs and this trend is expected to grow by about 50 per cent this year from 2013, according to experts.

  • Average increment is projected at 10.3% in FY15: Deloitte

    Average increment is projected at 10.3% in FY15: Deloitte

    Companies from more than 18 sectors participated in the survey, including auto and auto components, banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), chemical, consumer business, engineering and manufacturing, energy and natural resources, Hi-Tech, IT-enabled services, infrastructure and real estate among others.

  • Employee loyalty comes at a premium amid talent war, says book

    Employee loyalty comes at a premium amid talent war, says book

    Presenting the case for 'globalisation 2.0' where Asia is to dominate the global economy, a book by global management consultancy Hay Group has said that such a scenario would transform the global war for talent.

  • India Inc eyes poll booster to create 2 million new jobs

    India Inc eyes poll booster to create 2 million new jobs

    As per estimates of various human resource consultants and executive search firms, India Inc need to hire 12-14 lakh new workers in 2014 to meet their existing business needs.

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