AHMEDABAD: Mica, the country's premier institute for strategic marketing and communication, has registered a 100% placement for the 20th batch of its flagship PGDM-Communications that will graduate on March 28. Around 85 companies scouted for ... Times of India, 3 weeks ago
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Owing to an increase in the spending propensity of consumers, the demand for sales and marketing jobs in the city continues to be on the rise. Patricia Mascarenhas draws the chart Mumbai, the commercial capital of India, has a high ...DNA India, 1 month ago
FROM monochrome to technicolour, from generalised entertainment to distinctive genres, television has been evolving on the twin pillars of technological advancement and social tastes. Globally, the medium that has seduced gazillions of people into ...Financial Express, 1 month ago
Aon Hewitt today announced the 19th edition of its Annual Salary Increase Survey in India. The study, the largest of its kind in India, analysed data from more than 580 companies. The results reflect a positive yet cautious sentiment in India Inc.Financial Express, 1 month ago India Inc to get 10.6% salary hike in 2015: Aon Hewitt India Infoline, 1 month ago Aon Hewitt Projects a 10.6% Salary Increase for India Inc. in 2015, Similar to 2014 Outlook Noodls, 1 month ago AON : Hewitt Projects a 10.6% Salary Increase for India Inc. in 2015, Similar to 2014 Outlook 4 Traders, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: India Inc will give a double-digit increment in salaries this year in sectors such as life sciences, media, engineering services and chemicals on the back of a stable government and cooling inflation, according to a survey by HR ...Times of India, 1 month ago Survey projects a 10.6pc salary increase in ITeS and Hi Tech sector this year Cyber India Online, 1 month ago
The improvement in business confidence that has set in among India Inc, following a stable government and moderating inflation, does not yet reflect in salary increases. companies across industries continue to take a cautious stance and are not ...Financial Express, 1 month ago
Seems the heavy money that India's leading telcom companies will be spending on the forthcoming spectrum auction will dent their employee budget during the year. For, the telecom sector finds place among 'lag industries' in consultancy firm Aon ...Times of India, 1 month ago
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