Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has unseated his actor-friend Shah Rukh Khan to become the top earning celebrity of 2016 in the Forbes India Celebrity 100 List with an estimated income of Rs 270.33 crore.
Human capital is nearly 2.5 times more valuable to global economy than physical assets such as technology, real estate and inventory, according to an analysis.
After a challenging year amid global headwinds and cash-crunch back home, the job market is heading for yet another gloomy year with employers already on 'wait and watch' mode and pay hikes indicating a weak trend, say experts.
A report by Mercer has forecast a 10.8 per cent salaryincrease in India in 2017.
According to the Monster Employment Index, with the ongoing recruitment season in colleges and re-entry of the PSUs for direct recruitment from top engineering colleges, online recruitment in this sector has witnessed a surge.
Coding bootcamps, 12- or 14-week programs that teach software engineering, sprang up. Many are for-profit, though exceptions exist. But the great promise of these schools training a new generation of skilled engineers has largely fallen flat.
Legacy financial institutions Goldman Sachs and Capital One fall at the bottom of the list in total compensation when compared with Valley companies.
Priced at under Rs 12,000, the device will be made available early next year.
Technology giant Microsoft has offered more than 70 jobs across different campuses of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) this year for its India and international operations.
The income tax authorities launched an investigation to see if an attempt was made by someone to covert the black money into white after the November demonetisation.
Tech professionals can look forward to a good hiring season in the next four months as 76 per cent of Indian IT firms are planning to hike intake, especially from the southern parts of the country.
Government has issued the draft of first ever National Software Policy with an aim to increase share of Indian software products in global market by 10 fold to estimated $148 billion and create employment opportunity for 3.5 million people by 2025.
Facing a talent crunch and high workforce churn, corporates now waking up to hiring 'boomerang employees', or ex-staffers who rejoin a firm -- a trend which is expected to grow by 10 per cent next year, according to industry experts.
The Naukri Job Speak Index for October 2016 stood at 1,580, recording a decrease of eight per cent in hiring activity over the corresponding period last year.
According to a Korn Ferry Hay Group Study, globally there is significant dissatisfaction with leadership development efforts and leaders' ability to drive strategic change.
The '149 Unlimited' plan, available across the 2G, 3G and 4G technology platforms, is targeted at incentivising 2G, 3G and 4G handset-owners across India to move to the RCOM network.
LinkedIn in its 'India Recruiting Trends for 2017' survey has revealed that 63 per cent talent leaders expect an increase in hiring budgets, higher than the global average of 37 per cent.