• May
    31
    By PTI

    Half-a-billion people in India are expected to remain in the agriculture sector by 2022, and per-capita incomes are likely to stay at around $1.50 per day, barely above the

  • May
    25
    By Selina Wang, Bloomberg

    Microsoft Corp will cut as many as 1,850 jobs and take a new impairment charge as CEO Satya Nadella pares back the company’s ambitions in smartphones. The company will

  • May
    21

    Classical management theorists say the thin line between success and failure of a business entirely depends on how efficiently business overheads, especially the largest chunk of the cost pie — manpower — is managed.

  • May
    17
    By PTI

    Hiring activity registered a 14 per cent growth in April, led by sectors such as IT-software, ITES, insurance and pharma, says a report by Naukri.Com.

  • By PTI

    Amidst raging debate over gender pay gap globally, a new report shows the figure for India stands as high as 27 per cent, where men earned a median gross hourly

  • May
    15
    By PTI

    The ban imposed on diesel cars and SUVs of engine capacity 2,000cc and above in Delhi-NCR by the Supreme Court has impacted about 5,000 jobs in the automobile sector, according

  • May
    11
    By PTI

    E-commerce and tech startups are likely to dominate hiring landscape in the coming months as the sector is likely to witness a 23.6 per cent growth in jobs during

  • May
    10
    By PTI

    Online hiring activity in India registered 28 per cent growth in April on a year-on-year basis, although there is a relative slowdown in the pace of online hiring on a

  • May
    04
    By Olivia Oran, Reuters

    Some of the richest, smartest and most powerful humans have an important message for the rest of us as they convened this week to discuss pressing global issues: the robots

  • 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.