The court found the Barcelona star and his father, Jorge Horacio Messi, each guilty of three counts of defrauding tax authorities of 4.1 million euros ($4.6 million).
About 60 per cent of the candidates surveyed attributed their failure in job interviews to non-verbal elements including weak handshake.
According to box office reporting website Box Office Mojo, the actress has already raked in $3.3 billion at the US box office, making her the 10th highest earning actor - male or female - in Hollywood, reports people.com.
Even as employers are looking for best screening practices, a study today said it found higher number of candidates with discrepancies in their resumes during the first quarter of 2016.
LinkedIn's "top attractors" list is entirely on based on actions of its users in the 12 months ending in February.
Significant efforts need to be made to improve employability in the engineering sector as less than 8 per cent of Indian engineers are employable in core engineering roles, reveals an Aspiring Minds' report.
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Employers in USeliminated 96,000 IT or information-technology jobs in May, according to an analysis by industry trade body CompTIA.
Young Indians clock in more hours at work than their peers in other countries, says a survey. Millennials in India put in 52 hours per week on average - the longest - says a survey from ManpowerGroup, a global human resource consulting firm.
Data compiled by a jobs portal on wages in informal sector throws up some surprises. In Bengaluru, which is often referred to as the IT capital of India, a watchman earns an average monthly salary of Rs 10,152 while a data-entry professional gets Rs 10,141, reveals data from Babajobs.com, a job portal.
Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan today said the country provides a lot of freedom to its people to air their views but one has to be more articulate while expressing independence.
Employees in India can expect an average pay increase of 10.3 per cent across various job roles in 2016 with chemicals and high technology industries likely to lead the market in terms of salary hikes.
BFSI sector comes in second with a median salary of Rs 300.
Companies with 30 percent female executives rake in as much as six percentage points more in profits, according to a study on Monday, feeding into a global debate over the scarcity of women in decision-making business roles.
Three Indian-Americans have been sentenced by a US court to terms ranging from six months of home confinement to to an year in jail for involvement in a $7-million student visa fraud scheme.
Good news awaits the job market in the New Year with the companies expected to add more than 10 lakh employees to their payrolls and dole out hefty salary hikes in the range of 10-30 per cent for right talent in 2016.
The momentum in jobs growth in IT, ITeS and BPO sectors is likely to gain traction going ahead, said V Suresh, chief sales officer of Naukri.com, adding that the overall employment picture for even non-IT jobs is also expected to improve.
Online hiring activity registered a 9 per cent growth in November over the corresponding period last year and apart from IT/ITeS and banking sectors, others are also charting steady revival, says a Naukri.com report.
With a score of 51, IIT Kharagpur was ranked at 77 spot while IIT Bombay at 93, with a score of 47.4.
THE has singled out the year as one of Asian progress, with the US holding 31 positions - down from 34 last year -while Asia holds 25 positions in the Top 100, up from 18 last year.