Grocery delivery service, Grofers has decided to lay-off 10 percent of its workforce, and at the same time has revoked joining of 67 fresh hires.
The two-year old startup with a search technology that draws on artificial intelligence, has a search index containing profiles of over 400 million jobs.
Mid- and senior-level employees at startups are lured by MNCs with better salaries, bigger brand tags and job security.
NIIT has launched a new programme, StackRoute, which promises to offer quality career skills training to create job-ready talent for Indian startups. It aims to create multi-skilled and multi-disciplinary programmers, who can become key members of high-performance teams.
Like every start-up promises a differentiated delivery, be it product or service, a fresh approach is much needed when it comes to spotting and sourcing a talent, and also to retain and nurture them.
Better access to initial funding is responsible for the spurt in Indian tech start-ups, leading to more jobs…