- Sep21By PTI
Indian IT companies are among the 10 worst paymasters in the world, says a survey -- a mid-level IT manager draws an average salary of $41,213 while his Swiss counterpart gets over four times more.
- Sep10By PTI
Women in India face widespread restrictions for jobs and there are no laws to protect them against sexual harassment in public places, according to a new World Bank report on
Tech startup, Helpr is foraying into the online household services market through the app-based route.
Indian employers expect a vigorous hiring pace during the fourth quarter of this calendar year.
WorldEmp, a new Dutch firm, specialising in offering what it calls ‘talent at a distance’ or talented pool to IT and engineering firms in Europe, has opened its work station in Pune.
- Aug27By Reuters
Japanese electronics giant Panasonic Corp on Thursday said it will stop making lithium-ion batteries at its factory in Beijing this month, cutting 1,300 jobs as part of a move to
IIM Calcutta's one-year residential programme for executives, PGPEX, saw an encouraging season of placements for its eighth batch with a top salary of Rs 33.70 lakh and average salary of Rs 22.69 lakh.
- Aug23By PTI
As many as five million jobs were lost between 2004-05 and 2009-10 -- paradoxically during the time when India's economy grew at a fast clip -- an Assocham study said.
The Renault Nissan alliance has undertaken a move to streamline production lines at its automobile plant near Chennai.
- Aug16By PTI
Job street has just got into fast lane with a new concept called 'speed hiring', wherein suitable candidates are filtered out in flat 12 minutes!
Aimed to ensure that the companies