- 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
The services sector expanded in India in July after two straight months of contraction as demand and new orders increased, according to a survey released on Wednesday.
Ma Foi founder K Pandia Rajan announced on Wednesday that he would be reentering the recruitment segment with a new venture CIEL HR services.
- Aug03By PTI
The ongoing ban on Maggi instant noodles will not result in job cuts, Nestle India's newly appointed Managing Director Suresh Narayanan has said while seeking to bring back 'pride and
- Jul30By PTI
No-frills carrier SpiceJet, which is seeing a turnaround, plans to induct more women pilots and also provide greater flexibility at work for the staff.
- Jul28By PTI
The mushrooming of start-ups has meant that young leaders are increasingly leading companies from the front, with over 60 per cent of India Inc employees preferring a young boss to