- Nov26By PTI
Indian employers are expected to shell out an average salary hike of 10. 8 per cent to their staff in 2016 despite being less upbeat on the business outlook
- Nov22By PTI
Central government employees should not be allowed to earn annual increments if they fail to meet performance criterion, the Seventh Central Pay Commission has recommended even as it sought upgradation of performance benchmark to "very good" from "good" level.
Development opportunities for women in India have become increasingly unequal when compared with men over the past 10 years. So says the World Economic Forum’s gender report titled
The government is trying to fill skill gap in logistics and supply chain management by sourcing them through foreign collaboration with countries like UK, which have capabilities in skill development.
- Oct11By PTI
As new-age firms dole-out fatter salaries to attract the most skilled employees, companies need to strengthen their work environment, increase their staff engagement and reward policies, to hold on to talent.
- Sep09By Robert Dieterich, Bloomberg Markets
Death is the great equaliser, right? It always has been, but Silicon Valley might be changing that. More and more tech entrepreneurs and venture capitalists see the effort to extend life as the next big thing.
Apollo Medskills, a joint venture of Apollo Hospitals and National Skill Development Corporation, has tied up with UK Global Health Alliance, a consortium of universities. Apollo Medskills plans to
With the increase in security and safety related concerns at workplaces, employee background screening has started to gain traction in India.
- Jul31By PTI
Employers in India are planning to increase their staff strength as well as compensation levels for their current employees in the second half of the year, according to CareerBuilder India.
- Jul19By PTI
Welcoming UK Prime Minister David Cameron's plan to force companies to disclose pay gap between female and male staff, Indian HR experts say such a move here will result in