Hibob has recently grabbed the limelight with its successful fund raising of $17.5 million in a Series A round.
Maruti, SBI, Apollo, Reliance, Nestle, Bosch, Jindal Steel among 16 others bag Golden Peacock National Training AwardHRK News Bureau | New Delhi | Thursday, 27 April 2017
The award recognises and acknowledges innovative training practices across sectors.
The company inaugurated a new office in Bangalore, to support the India business as it continues to scale and grow
As part of a special initiative, Padmini Pagadala, an associate director at Flipkart, was the acting CEO and worked closely with Kalyan Krishnamurthy on April 25
Older workers complain that in order to attract and maintain the ‘millennials,’ PwC intentionally screens out individuals aged 40 and older.
Army chief stressed on the need to push modernisation and inclusive HR policies during the recently concluded Army Commanders’ Conference.
While on one hand AI is recruiting and training more pilots to overcome its shortages, Jet Airways is concerned about the plight of its Indian pilots.
Only salary received would be taxable, and not portions, which were deducted by a company for not serving a notice period.
The Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers, along with other employee federations from the Railways and Defence, have decided to hold a massive demonstration in New Delhi on May 23
It provides more rights to employees and safeguards their interests.
The 10-day programme aims to prepare the CHROs with the pros and cons as well as the entire business structure of the organisation.
The main areas of work will include leave and attendance management, onboarding, travel and payroll.
The company is not only planning to offer pay hikes but may also distribute nearly 1 per cent of its stock to about 150 employees.
According to the judgment, the employer has the right to decide whether the employee’s services are satisfactory or not.
This addition, most significant for the company, further strengthens the service capacity of the Bangalore facility, which is its second biggest delivery centre globally
In an endeavour to control population growth, the state government is contemplating a legal mechanism to bar those with more than two children, from government jobs
The fresh infusion of capital by Multiples will be used to further strengthen PeopleStrong's technology offering.
The new address in Mumbai boasts of collaborative workspaces instead of conventional cabins, in line with the belief of ‘#OneTogether’.
The company just released the list of recruiters in India who lead in terms of smart hiring.
Banerjee has been leading talent and performance management, organisational change & effectiveness and learning & development for the 24 billion dollar group.
The Happiness Conclave (THC) scheduled for March 24 at the Taj President in Mumbai, is all about some serious discussion on happiness and how organisations can benefit from it.
The 2017 World’s Most Ethical Companies list honours 124 companies spanning five continents, 19 countries and 52 industry sectors.
Thomas McInerney, the new CEO, will get a starting base salary of $2 million, double that of Mayer’s current
The arbitration determined that employees must be compensated for work assigned on LINE or Whatsapp, outside regular work hours
The new maternity benefits apply for up to two surviving children.
The Board of the bank has recently approved the 'Work from Home' policy enabling its employees to work remotely using mobile devices.
The unions feel the proposed hike would be unable to offset the real impact of price rise.
The programme aims to bring talented women in 26 countries back into the workplace after a career break
The trip will include pre-arranged job interviews, meet-ups with others in the tech industry along with tours around Wellington.
In a move that will make things convenient for retired professionals, the retirement fund body, the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO), has allowed full and final withdrawal of funds by the subscribers from their pension account, without providing their Aadhaar number.
At par with the government employees, even private-sector employees will now be able to withdraw up to Rs 20 lakh in tax-free gratuity.
An exclusive six month-training programme in car design will be offered to the select six design graduates, post which they will get a professional internship certificate.
With the internal environment already boiling due to Susan Fowler’s allegations, the company had to take stern decisions to avoid further blow-ups
Merger in clouds: Cloud based talent management Saba Software acquires cloud based performance management Halogen SoftwareHRK News Bureau | New Delhi | Tuesday, 28 February 2017
Together the two firms will increase value to the customers they serve with the strength, size and scale to deliver rapid innovations.
The Japanese telecommunications organisation has developed a new app, which innovatively helps cut unnecessary queuing time at office toilets.
In a recent official mail to the entire staff, founders Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal admitted to the need to tighten the belt and in the process, let go of some people.
The learning platform blends together Microsoft’s cloud technologies and LinkedIn’s job-search capabilities.
Former employee, Susan Fowler, wrote a blog accusing HR at Uber of mishandling her situation.
The company is reportedly looking at laying off around 10 per cent of its pan-India workforce.
Drinking at work has various unwanted impacts on performance, productivity and the overall work culture.
The company plans to streamline the existing seven ranks, except for executives, into four, based on employees' career levels.
Aon and the new, stand-alone company will continue to work together on behalf of shared clients and prospects.
The distressed bank is expected to report losses of £2.3bn for 2016, in its financial results to be published soon.
From a 15–16 level hierarchy, the organisation is moving to a five-level one.
Procter & Gamble recently announced a series of measures to encourage gender equality across the Indian subcontinent, the Middle East and Africa.
Operations managers across the country have been sent e-mails to “right size” their respective teams.
Employee benefits can’t always go by the rule book. It has to have a wider appeal like an ad-campaign.
These branches allow use of ATMs and video conferences with employees at other branches.
The buzz is that Multiples plans to buy about 80 per cent stake in PeopleStrong for about Rs 400 crore and if it works out as planned, this could be one of the biggest deals in HR so far.
The initiatives adopted by these companies have successfully changed minds, altered behaviours and created more opportunities for women.
The Bank intends to pay about £340m in bonuses to employees in 2017, even as it prepares to announce one of its biggest annual losses in 2016.
Journalists who have spent more than two decades have been promised a basic salary till their retirement age.
Multinationals, such as Hilton Worldwide, Convergys, Xerox, Dell, Intuit, ADP, IBM and SAP come under the top 30.
The two sectors have immense opportunities to generate formal and productive jobs, provide bang-for-buck and contribute to exports and growth.
The new policy includes 26 weeks’ maternity leave, 12 weeks’ adoption leave, 2 weeks’ paternity leave along with some other facilities.
The company plans to cut six percent of its global workforce because of fourth-quarter results going way below expectations.
The Union Cabinet headed by PM Narendra Modi has approved the IIM Bill 2017, to now grant degrees to passing out students.
Genpact has announced an increase in fully paid maternity leave for its women employees in India.
The Switzerland headquartered multinational has decided to open its doors to pets, agreeing to the fact that dogs are workplace stress busters.
The company is reportedly going to begin the trimming during its earnings call on 26 January.
Having turned operationally profitable in the last financial year, after about five years, Air India will now give a 2 per cent salary hike.
Senior doctors raised concerns over non-payment of salaries and dues at par with the 7th Pay Commission.
Positions will mostly be in logistics to ensure smooth deliveries.
The move, a result of subdued market demand, is aimed to optimise operational efficiency.
The company is now considering the introduction of a four-day work week with a three-day weekend.
DDA had discontinued the services of Bhati on discovering that he was differently abled, but took him back within a day of relieving.
About 15 per cent of the company's total India workforce, of approx. 600, will lose their jobs.
Five winning startups to secure equity-free funding and opportunity to become a Capgemini partner.
The state labour department has imposed a monthly penalty of Rs 50,000 for five years on the accused after the company’s internal committee failed to act on the complaint.
Last week, the English daily discontinued its business bureau in Delhi and Mumbai and syndicated the same to Mint.
Companies which had not earlier enrolled their employees under the EPF scheme can now do so, against payment of a minimal damage fee of Re 1 per year of default.
Gopu, an engineering graduate was unit head of ITI’s Bengaluru plant before donning the hat of an HR-head.
As per the new guidelines, the enquiry of such cases must be completed within 30 days and under any circumstances within 90 days from the date of the complaint.
The leave management module will help automate the leave process of employees of state government departments and PSUs.
The retirement age may be increased from 58 to 60 years along with providing a 2 percent increase in dearness allowance (DA) for its 2.68 lakh strong employee base.
This initiative by the key Industry association that promotes education, research, training and development for Indian foundry men, will support various allied sectors.
Japan’s labour ministry referred Dentsu and one of its executives to the prosecutors on suspicion of forcing Matsuri Takahashi, to work long hours, which led to her suicide on Christmas Day.
Singh has been instrumental in reviving the fortunes of SpiceJet after taking back the reins in January 2015 and had decided not to take salary till the airline turned profitable.
AccorHotels recently awarded some of its best talent in a ceremony held at the Novotel Goa Shrem Hotel.
The complainant has alleged that Google forces workers to spy on each other through a programme called ’Stopleaks’ that requires them to report the disclosure of confidential information.
The newly imposed rule is a clear indication of creating more job opportunities for its own citizens and encouraging organisations to hire more people from the local population.
The cash crunch and resulting demand slump have taken a toll on small and medium enterprises, as companies are looking to lay off 25 per cent of their workforce.
The initiative aims to equip three million disabled people with job skills by 2020.