The fledgling ₹400-crore Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) market in India is on a fast growth trajectory and estimated to grow at 40-50 per cent year-on-year. HR services/staffing firms are recording brisk business as organisations are ... Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago
'Achche Din' seem to have come already for top executives at Indian companies, who have got an average pay hike of 10-12 per cent in 2014, while those in the fast-growing e-commerce business top the charts with up to 20 per cent pay increments. ...The Echo Of India, 2 months ago Top executives get pay hike of 10-12 % in 2014, gender and age diversity seen in board rooms DNA India, 2 months ago 2014 in Review: 'Achhe Din' are back for Indian executives India TV, 2 months ago Executives get 10-12% pay hike; more women join boards in 2014 ZeeNews.com, 2 months ago
Comments DELHI, November 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- - 39 Per Cent of Organisations Lost Top Talent to Startups in Just the Past 6 Months - 45 Per Cent of Companies Surveyed Agreed That They had Lost Their Choicest and Top Talent to Startups in the ...AndhraNews.net, 4 weeks ago
MUMBAI: Ram Singh's daily beat is a 40-km stretch of Gurgaon's sector 31,45,46,39 and Jharsa 'gaon'. The 26-year-old Flipkart delivery agent dropped off 242 parcels on October 9, 2014, three days after the mega sale. He started delivering packages ...Economic Times, 1 month ago With e-comm business soaring, demand for ace delivery boys is rising Economic Times, 1 month ago Everyone wants to woo the boy who delivers Times of India, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: India Inc had better beware. The next six months may see a surge in attrition rates to a two-year high across sectors. Better growth prospects, as highlighted in Friday's Economic Survey, and post-appraisal job switches look like they'll ...Economic Times, 12 hours ago Time to switch? Attrition to hit 2-year high in 6 months Economic Times, 2 hours ago
The recruitment industry hopes the Budget will address issues of skill development in the backdrop of the Centre's focus on Make in India and the revival of the manufacturing sector. In the first full-fledged Budget the new government has an ...Hindu Business Line, 2 days ago
CHENNAI: Looks like it is `acche din' for the salaried class, more so for those categorized as high performers. With appraisal season looming over the employee fraternity, early signs from HR practitioners suggest an increase in variable payouts ...Times of India, 4 weeks ago
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