• Jan
    09
    By PTI

    Indian-origin students from top international universities will be offered over 60 summer internship positions this year in nearly two dozen top corporates from India under an initiative to connect with

  • Dec
    30
    By PTI

    Online food ordering and delivery firm Foodpanda India has laid off 15 per cent its employees, totaling close to 300, as it focuses on automation to streamline its operations.
    "The

  • Dec
    18
    By PTI

    The number of Indian students studying at US colleges and universities jumped 20% since July this year, with more than 1.8 lakh Indian students currently studying in the country,

  • Dec
    11
    By PTI

    Following the 7th Pay Commission report, there is a significant discontent among private sector employees, and employers are dealing with lowered motivation and performance levels, says a survey.
    According to

  • Nov
    26
    By 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

  • Nov
    22
    By 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.

  • Nov
    19

    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

  • Oct
    22

    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.

  • Oct
    11
    By 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.

  • Sep
    09
    By 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.