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All you need to know about employee bonds
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All you need to know about employee bonds

If an employee bond is used to ensure that the employee never leaves, then it is illegal, experts tell Tinesh Bhasin & Chirag Madia. Quitting a company can be challenging at times. To safeguard their business interests, employers make employees sign contracts that put restrictions on joining the competition. Then, there are certain bonds that disallow an employee from leaving the company for a certain number of years. The question is, how many of them are legally tenable?   Recently, ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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Digitisation pushes ITES cos to hire off campus

IT services firms would no longer focus on large volume hiring from campuses like they did at least two to three years ago, as demands of clients are changing. IMAGE: TCS recently announced walk-in interview for people with two to eight years of experience for mid-level software engineer roles located across India. Photograph: Courtesy www.tata.com. IT services companies are starting to hire engineers off campus as they see less demand for entry to mid-level jobs, with increasing ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Tata Teleservices Shut, 5000 Employees to Be Fired; Tata Group May Finally Buy Air India

There is some bad new for overall employment news for India. 149 year old Tata Group will soon shut down their telecommunications arm Tata Teleservices, and as a result, approximate 5000 employees would be axed. This is Tata Group’s biggest decision related ...
 Trak.in1 month ago
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'No founder will retire and walk out'

'After some time, they all want to know what is happening in their companies.''It is better they remain board members rather than talk outside.'   The ugly squabble between then Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka and Co-founder Nagavara Ramarao Narayana Murthy ended in Sikka's resignation. The Infosys board blamed Narayana Murthy for Sikka's exit. Kris Lakshmikanth, bottom, left, founder, Head Hunters India, the country's first executive search company that specialises in senior level talent ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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