India, in fact, sees the highest drop in representation of women from junior to middle-level positions, says Shyamal Majumdar. The observations made in the Monster Salary Index report on India’s gender pay gap have few surprises, except that the gap is as much as 34 per cent in the information technology (IT) sector, which is supposed to employ relatively better-skilled people. What is even more alarming is that the pay gap in this sector has increased from around 29 per cent a year ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Gunit Chadha , CEO (Asia-Pacific), Deutsche Bank talks to Shyamal Majumdar about his taxing personal life but exciting professional life and the internal debate over Deutsche's retail business in India A lot has changed in Chadha's life since we ...Business Standard India, 1 week ago
The question may sound irrelevant, but several public sector banks seem to have a different view, says Shyamal Majumdar. Image: Bank managements say it is wrong to suggest they follow a uniform rule of denying the right to resign. Photograph: Reuters Business Standard carried a letter to the editor last week, which said public sector banks (PSB) had taken away the right to leave a job. The letter went on to add that in PSBs, officers were not allowed to resign, except on ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago Shyamal Majumdar: Do you have the right to leave your job? Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago Shyamal Majumdar: Don't fret over salary disclosure Business Standard India, 1 month ago Shyamal Majumdar: Those who crawl when asked to walk Business Standard, 2 months ago
Joji Nakayama, Daiichi Sankyo's president and chief executive officer, has surely mastered the art of keeping a straight face even while suffering a painful injection. After announcing Daiichi's decision to exit Ranbaxy in April 2014, Mr Nakayama said, "We ...Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
'Monday blues' and 'Thank God it's Friday' will never go away, but companies can try to ensure that employees say them more in jestBusiness Standard, 1 month ago
Amit Jain tells Shyamal Majumdar about his dream to make Uber the 'safest place in the city.'Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com It's a familiar script for all super-achievers and Amit Jain has followed it to perfection. The 38-year-old president of Uber India was a class topper at Sherwood; he graduated in computer science from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi; did his master's in business administration from Stanford University; worked in senior positions at -- where else but ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Lunch with BS: Amit Jain Smart Investor, 1 month ago
A few months after taking over as the Group chief executive officer (CEO) of Tata Motors in 2010, Carl-Peter Forster had said the company needs to strengthen its capability to deliver high-quality products and to build its brand reputation. Two ...Business Standard Motoring, 1 month ago What went wrong with the people's car called Nano Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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With reference to Shyamal Majumdar's column, "The disruption in the job market" (February 26), several experts would not subscribe to the writer's view that millions of workers will acquire new skills with the entry of robots at the workplace.Even ...Business Standard, 2 months ago
Berns tells Shyamal Majumdar why copying global templates won't work in India where product development cycles are typically much shorterBusiness Standard, 2 weeks ago
There's a need to change industry-wide wage settlement norms and to lift the ban on campus recruitmentBusiness Standard, 2 months ago
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