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  • 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.

  • Long out of work, now out of benefits and quickly running out of options

    Long out of work, now out of benefits and quickly running out of options

    Abe Gorelick has decades of marketing experience, an extensive contact list, an Ivy League undergraduate degree, a master's in business from the University of Chicago, ideas about how to reach consumers young and old, experience working with businesses from startups to huge financial firms and an upbeat, effervescent way about him. What he does not have - and has not had for the past year - is a full-time job.

  • Tech Mahindra to hire 100 people for US centre

    Tech Mahindra to hire 100 people for US centre

    The Mumbai-based company already has 170 employees at the centre.

  • A degree in hand, but a slow start up the career ladder

    A degree in hand, but a slow start up the career ladder

    About 10 million students have earned bachelor's degrees since 2008. In 2012, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, almost half of recent college graduates were considered underemployed.

  • Soon, you can store education certificates online

    Soon, you can store education certificates online

    In an initiative that would help weed out the menace of fake education certificates, leading bourse BSE is working on a repository that will have education qualification credentials stored in a dematerialised (electronic) format.

  • A degree where techie meets business smarts

    A degree where techie meets business smarts

    Hybrid degree is becoming increasingly popular among science graduates who do not want to spend their careers in a laboratory at a time when data analysis and expertise are highly valued in a wide range of businesses.

  • India most optimistic on hiring in April-June: survey

    India most optimistic on hiring in April-June: survey

    According to the Employment Outlook Survey released today by workforce solutions major ManpowerGroup, 41 per cent of the surveyed Indian employers are expected to add to their staff levels in second-quarter of this calendar year.

  • No voluntary retirement for officials facing probe says government

    No voluntary retirement for officials facing probe says government

    According to the new rules, it shall be open to the appropriate authority to withhold permission to a government servant if the he or she is under suspension or if a charge sheet has been issued and the disciplinary proceedings against him or her are pending.

  • Infosys to dole out promotions every quarter: report

    Infosys to dole out promotions every quarter: report

    The country's second-largest software services company, which has trailed peers TCS and Cognizant on growth, is also looking at weeding out non-performers to improve efficiency.

  • Pay hikes are slowing but not for top guns: survey

    Pay hikes are slowing but not for top guns: survey

    Top performers are likely to get an average 15.3 per cent hike in 2014, almost 1.5 times the average increment provided to employees meeting expectations.

  • JPMorgan Chase to cut 5,000 jobs globally in 2014

    JPMorgan Chase to cut 5,000 jobs globally in 2014

    A major unit that is targeted is JPMorgan's consumer and community banking, where workforce will be cut by 8,000.

  • Rajasthan can generate 22 lakh additional jobs: Assocham

    Rajasthan can generate 22 lakh additional jobs: Assocham

    The apex industry body suggested that the new state government should promote the agriculture sector and maximize farm income by a co-ordinated approach focusing on best utilisation of available water with higher productivity, crop diversification, value addition together with strong emphasis on livestock development.

  • MBA still most preferred postgraduate course choice in India: survey

    MBA still most preferred postgraduate course choice in India: survey

    MBA is the most preferred post-graduate course choice in India, especially in metro cities, says a survey by university search engine IndiaCollegeSearch.

  • Infosys may ask non-performers to leave: Narayana Murthy

    Infosys may ask non-performers to leave: Narayana Murthy

    Infosys may ask non-performers to leave: Narayana Murthy

  • SBI may slow hiring in next few years

    SBI may slow hiring in next few years

    According to A Krishna Kumar, Managing Director, the bank will try to maintain the employee strength at current levels even as it keeps expansion programmes in mind.

  • Wipro's hiring to not match growth in FY15: executive director

    Wipro's hiring to not match growth in FY15: executive director

    Industry body Nasscom had yesterday said the industry will grow by 13-15 per cent in FY15 to touch $97-99 billion mark, up from the 13 per cent expected in the ongoing FY'14.

  • Banking expansion may create up to 20 lakh new jobs: experts

    Banking expansion may create up to 20 lakh new jobs: experts

    The hiring trends may get a further boost from the public sector banks, as many of them would need to hire fresh talent in the wake of nearly half of their workforce scheduled to retire in the next few years.

  • Want to quit your job? New app does it for you

    Want to quit your job? New app does it for you

    Although the new iPhone app is meant to be funny, its creators are hoping it will take off and people will use it to leave jobs.

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