NEW DELHI: Increasing use of digitisation , automation and artificial intelligence in businesses and organisations will hit Indian employees the hardest in the world in the short term by cutting jobs. A survey by ManpowerGroup—The Skills ... TechGig, 3 days ago
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According to the Experis IT Employment Outlook Survey released today by Experis IT - ManpowerGroup India, IT hiring intentions will be "optimistic" for the period December 2016 - March 2017.Money Control, 1 month ago Techie Looking For A Job? Next Four Months Could Be The Best For You Silicon India, 1 month ago IT firms set to hire more professionals: report The Hindu, 1 month ago Indian IT firms planning to up hiring in next four months ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago
India's growth is seen rebounding; policy makers are trusted Biggest concern is that automation will kill jobs in India Prime Minister Narendra Modi has something to cheer about even as economists slash India's growth forecasts. A clutch of studies ...Bloomberg, 3 days ago
The first three months of 2017 is likely to see a strong pace in hiring activity, according to the ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey, however, opportunities for job seekers are expected to be considerably weaker than they were a year ago at ...Times of India, 1 month ago India Employers plan strong hiring pace in Q1, but opportunities weaker over year Staffing Industry Analysts, 1 month ago Manpower employment outlook survey predicts slowdown in Q1 hiring activity Economic Times, 1 month ago
Staffing levels are expected to increase in all four regions during January-March 2017, however, on a year-on-year basis, hiring intentions declined in all four regions Amid weak job opportunities, Indians are keeping a finger crossed and showing ...Indian Express, 1 month ago India among most optimistic amid global slowdown in hiring Deccan Herald, 1 month ago Job market in 2016, expectations in 2017 People Matters, 3 weeks ago
A recent study by the ManpowerGroup shows only 34% of the interviewed millennials, from a sample size of over 1,000, rank leadership roles as their top priority. Leadership here refers to managing others, getting to the top of an organisation and ...DNA India, 1 month ago
Millennials will make up 50% of the workforce by 2020. They represent the future of economic growth in India, and like millennials all over the world, their experiences and behaviors are very different from their parents. Having come into the world ...Business Insider India, 1 month ago Millennial Managers? Think Again. U.S. Millennials Choose a Career for Me Over Being the Boss ManpowerGroup, 1 month ago Millennials don't want to be boss but specialists, finds survey Times of India, 2 months ago
MANPOWERGROUP : We Are Facing a Skills Revolution and Learnability Will Be the Worlds Great Equalizer in This Age of Acceleration
Release date- 16012017 - DAVOS, Switzerland - The future of work is bright according to ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN) in its report 'The Skills Revolution,' a survey of 18,000 employers across all sectors in 43 countries, published today at the World ...4 Traders, 3 days ago We Are Facing a Skills Revolution and Learnability Will Be the World's Great Equalizer in This Age of Acceleration Financial Buzz, 4 days ago
The CEO of ManpowerGroup, one of the largest jobs companies in the world, revealed that workers need to upskill. This is so that they will be able to work alongside the technological revolution that is headed their way reports the Business Insider. ...Jobs & Hire, 3 days ago One of the largest jobs companies in the world reveals how robots are going to change employment forever Business Insider Malaysia, 5 days ago
ByManpowerGroup, Special forUSDR Hiring confidence for the first quarter of 2017 is strongest in Taiwan , India , Japan , Hungary and Slovenia , while employers in Brazil , Switzerland and Italy report the weakest hiring intentions. Employers ...US Daily Review, 1 week ago Hiring plans set to pick up across the globe in Q1 2017 Post Online Media, 1 month ago Cautiously Optimistic: Hiring Plans Set to Pick Up Across the Globe in Q1 2017 Despite Economic and Political Uncertainty International Business Times, 1 month ago Global Hiring plans set to pick up worldwide in first quarter Staffing Industry Analysts, 1 month ago
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