• May
    02

    Aiming to become an employer of choice, Tata Starbucks has announced five-day work schedule for all its 1,200 employees across all Tata Starbucks stores with effect from May 15, 2016.

  • May
    01
    By PTI

    Notwithstanding the Indian economy's steady growth, sectors such as telecom, engineering and electronics have witnessed a decline in employment rate over the last four years, says a report.

  • Apr
    15
    By PTI

    Terming the debate around visa-related issues as "rhetoric", Infosys chief Vishal Sikka on Friday said the company is working on becoming "independent of the visa issue" as much as possible

  • Apr
    03
    By PTI

    Jet Airways is in the process of hiring over 50 expat pilots to fly its widebody B-777 planes, with six of these aircraft, currently on lease to Abu Dhabi- based

  • Mar
    06
    By Press Trust of India

    The big five software exporters — TCS, Infosys, Wipro, HCL and Cognizant — together added net 24 per cent fewer employees in 2015 at 77,265, thanks to their automation drive.

  • Mar
    01

    The Budget 2016-17 has put the right focus on job creation in more ways than one, including through skill development, massive thrust on digital learning at different levels, encouraging startups

  • Feb
    23
    By PTI

    Employees in India can expect an average pay increase of 10. 3 per cent across various job roles in 2016 with chemicals and high technology industries likely to lead the

  • Feb
    16
    By PTI

    Demand for professionals in sectors such as IT, telecom, healthcare and hospitality has gone up in the country, with increased hiring activity in January, says a report.

    Among top recruiting

  • Feb
    07

    The IT/ITeS industry may be suffering from an extended slowdown, but it still continues to be one of the large private-sector employers in the country showing a steep increase in

  • Feb
    05
    By PTI

    E-commerce industry is likely to generate 2. 5 lakh jobs in online retail this year as the hiring in the sector is expected to grow at 60-65 per cent