- Dec06By Reuters
US employers likely maintained a strong pace of hiring in November, but probably not strong enough for the Federal Reserve to start reducing the amount of money it is pumping
- Dec05By AFP
Australian carrier Qantas announced the axing of 1,000 jobs and said it faced "immense" challenges in a shock profit downgrade today, flagging a half-year loss of up to $271 million.
US private-sector hiring rose in November at the fastest clip in a year, opening the door wider for the Federal Reserve to start trimming its bond purchases within the next
- Dec03By PTI
IT services major Cognizant has said it expects to hire over 10,000 IT professionals in the US over the next three years, expanding its workforce in the North American nation
- Nov14By PTI
US financial services giant Goldman Sachs has promoted 280 executives, including at least 27 of Indian-origin, to the coveted position of managing director.
The new managing directors will assume their
- Nov13By PTI
Employees in India are expected to get double-digit salary hikes in 2014 as companies deal with challenges such as attracting and retaining critical talent, but high inflation will end up
Ramesh Rajan, the former chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) India, has now floated its own limited liability partnership (LLP) firm — Leap Ridge. Rajan is being joined by 1516 partners
- Jul31By Press Trust of India
Optimism level of India’s senior finance executives in the overall financial and macro-economic conditions for the next three months has touched all-time low level amid domestic and global woes, said
- Jul25By Reuters
NEW YORK: California schools bested East Coast universities in Forbes’ annual ranking of top US colleges on Wednesday, with Stanford University and Pomona College capturing the top two spots.
By Meera Vankipuram
With a new, tech-savvy and intensely social generation joining the workforce, human resources (HR) managers are warming up to play ball. In order to better engage with the ‘young