• Feb
    24

    Heidelberg University, the oldest institution in Germany, has organised a press conference, followed by a lecture and seminar in the India International Centre, New Delhi as part of its

  • Jan
    28

    Medical technology provider Cura Healthcare has partnered with US-based Oxford Instruments Healthcare, part of the service division of Oxford Instruments in UK, that offers a comprehensive range of equipment, maintenance

  • By PTI

    Employees in India are likely to see their salary rise by an average 11. 3 per cent this year with FMCG and chemical industry expected to lead the market

  • Nov
    25

    India and the US have decided to provide single-window clearance for investment proposals to double manufacturing and services partnership in both countries.

  • Nov
    09
    By PTI

    Employees in India will see their salaries increase by an average of 10. 9% in 2015 but high inflation will end up eroding much of their wages says

  • Nov
    07
    By PTI

    Employees in India will see their salaries increase by an average of 10. 9 per cent in 2015 the third highest pay rise in Asia after Pakistan and Vietnam

  • Nov
    06
    By PTI

    Country's second-largest software services firm Infosys plans to hire over 2,100 people in the US over the next few months to expand capabilities across domains, including digital, big data, analytics

  • Sep
    21

    In a major reversal of the outsourcing trend, enterprises across verticals have started to build and strengthen their internal IT teams. They don’t want to depend on outsourcing service

  • Aug
    31

    Temp staffing in the government and public sector undertakings is on the rise, with a significant surge of 72 lakh from 2011 to 2013. They work without formal contracts and have no grievance redressal mechanism.
    According to the Indian Staffing Federation (ISF), 1.23 crore temporary workers are already employed in the government sector, constituting over 43 per cent of the 2.8 crore temporary staff

  • Aug
    19
    By Vikas Srivastav

    Sovereign funds and foreign investors are looking at investment opportunities in Indian infrastructure, especially private freight terminals, warehousing, logistics and agribusiness.