Wednesday, 08 November 2017 11:29

Infosys gives wings to Adecco’s Adia

Adia is a mobile-first, cloud-based, end-to-end online staffing platform.

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The Company aims to have a healthy mix of local and global members in its workforce.

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Sikka mentioned in his resignation letter that continuous distractions and ‘the constant drumbeat of the same issues over and over again’ is what has diminished the ‘excitement and passion’ despite so many achievements and transformations in his journey.

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The programme is aimed at making students from Indian engineering colleges job ready, through training and skilling.

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Around 20 executives have written a letter to the CEO and chief people officer of the company, intimating their decision to take a pay cut ranging from 10 per cent to 20 per cent.

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Even small tweaks in workplace practices, can make a huge change in attracting more talent and keeping employees happy and engaged

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The company is accused of obsessional preference for employees of South Asian race and national origin, usually Indian.

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The IT giant has increased local hiring in the past two years.

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Like last year, Infosys plans to hire about 20,000 engineers from campuses across the nation; skills sought this time, though, are different.

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Large-scale white-collar displacement at middle and senior levels is a relatively new phenomenon in the Indian business environment, which both employees and employers are ill equipped to handle. This will certainly increase the chances of unions playing a more dominant role.

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