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  • 'Snapdeal 2.0' Could Leave Company With 500-600 Employees: Report

    'Snapdeal 2.0' Could Leave Company With 500-600 Employees: Report

    After turning down Flipkart's $900-950 million offer earlier this week, the e-commerce firm has started working on its new roadmap which it calls 'Snapdeal 2.0'.

  • Amazon India To Create Over 7,500 Temporary Jobs Before Sale

    Amazon India To Create Over 7,500 Temporary Jobs Before Sale

    Locked in an intense battle for leadership in the Indian e-commerce market with local rivals like Flipkart and Snapdeal, Amazon.in has aggressively invested in expanding its infrastructure and delivery capabilities.

  • Snapdeal to Hike Top Performers' Salaries by 20%

    Snapdeal to Hike Top Performers' Salaries by 20%

    E-commerce major Snapdeal has said it will roll out annual salary hikes of 20 per cent and above for its top performers as part of its efforts to become a "meritocracy-led" organisation.

  • Speed Hiring Catches Fancy: 12 Minutes and Hired or Fired

    Speed Hiring Catches Fancy: 12 Minutes and Hired or Fired

    Aimed to ensure that the companies in new-age sectors like e-commerce and other startups spend less time in their recruitment processes, the HR managers have evolved this new hiring tool that is finding favour with firms like Snapdeal, Ola Cabs, Quikr, Foodpanda, Practo and WNS.

  • E-Tailers Hire Aggressively From B-Schools for Second Year

    E-Tailers Hire Aggressively From B-Schools for Second Year

    For the second straight year, e-commerce companies have hired aggressively across top business school campuses in the country, not only in terms of number of offers, but also in terms of salaries.

  • New Spirit in India Under PM Modi: Infosys Chief Vishal Sikka

    New Spirit in India Under PM Modi: Infosys Chief Vishal Sikka

    Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka spoke to NDTV's Dr Prannoy Roy on the sidelines of the annual World Economic Forum meeting being held at Davos. It has been an amazing journey at Infosys, and there's been a lot of positive energy in the company that keeps me going, Mr Sikka said.