According to estimates, in six years, at least 8.8 million youth will be trained and have relevant skills for decent employment opportunities.

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According to the Workforce Analytics Institute, rising wage pressure, lack of skills to leverage technology, ineffective leadership and low engagement levels are making it difficult for firms to deliver productivity gains in Asian countries.

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The staff of the oil company were told that the office would be closed and they were facing ‘involuntary severance’.

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Monday, 23 May 2016 10:38

More layoffs at IBM

The company is also relocating a few employees to offices in India and Costa Rica from the US.

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Thursday, 25 February 2016 10:23

Best cities to work: Chennai & Hyderabad

As per Mercer’s survey, Indian cities are safer than most cities in South Asia with Chennai at the top. Hyderabad tops the list in terms of quality of living.

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Wednesday, 21 October 2015 09:48

Why India ranks last in retirement system

Increasing workforce participation of older workers is considered to be good for the economy as well as individuals. 

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Sebastien Hampartzoumian has relocated to Singapore.

 

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Obama’s promises are expected to expand the job market exponentially. However, this would mean enhanced skillsets for new and existing workforce. Is India Inc. ready to roll?

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McKinsey & Company’s follow-up study reveals that most companies continue to use traditional capability-building methods, even though their needs have evolved…

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Shortage of skilled workers responsible for the low ranking on GTCI...  

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