The tool, which is currently available on mobiles and dekstops, will help professionals connect with the right mentors and seek advice on projects, career moves, and so on.

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The first three winners of Wintathon are eligible for a cash prize of Rs 100,000, Rs 75,000 and Rs 50,000, respectively.

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The tool will help create persuasive resumes by importing personalised insights from LinkedIn into MS Word.

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54 per cent organisations, globally, admit losing out on competitive advantage because of lack of digital talent.

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The most in-demand occupations in pharma and biotech are in the areas of data, research and regulatory affairs.

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The collaboration will upskill blue-collar workers and make job seekers more employable.

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The report titled, ‘Moving the Needle for Women Leaders’ states that women now hold just over 25 per cent of all leadership positions globally

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The fourth edition of the most viewed LinkedIn profiles in India also has some new names in the HR category this time.

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Everyone loves the recruiter's call

91 per cent of Indian professionals are interested in learning about job openings, and 46 per cent ‘feel flattered’ when they hear from recruiters.

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As per LinkedIn, none of the traditional companies in the FMCG, durable and auto sector feature in the list of most sought-after employers in India.

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