There is a talent shortage looming in India's tech services industry. With technology shifts, where automation and artificial intelligence takes over routine jobs such as testing and bug fixing, and cloud and digital implementation, Indian firms ... Smart Investor, 1 week ago
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India's second largest software exporter Infosys Ltd is offering paid internship to campus hires before taking them on rolls, a move that that would impact new jobs across the IT sector when hiring by technology services companies is already at a ...Smart Investor, 4 weeks ago IT hiring at 10-year low, Infyosys takes campus hires as interns Smart Investor, 4 weeks ago As IT industry stares at low job growth, Infy takes campus hires as interns Smart Investor, 4 weeks ago Infosys offers campus internships rather than positions as trainees Smart Investor, 4 weeks ago
By Madhur Singh India may soon require that wages be paid through bank transfers or by checks, a plan that was in line with ongoing government efforts to encourage cashless transactions after high-denomination notes were scrapped Nov. 8. A ...Bloomberg BNA, 1 month ago India: Government Proposes to Make All Wage Payments Cashless Bloomberg BNA, 4 weeks ago
MUMBAI: Each of the karigars (gold artisans) who work for Kumar Jain, vice president of Shree Mumbai Jewellers Association, earns about Rs 90,000 a month during the peak wedding seasons from October-July. Most of the payment happens in cash as ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
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