Recruitment Trends - Jan 2018 Edition

Recruitment News Market News, Trends & Predictions  Media and Entertainment companies to add 8 lakh jobs by 2022  The media and entertainment (M&E) industry is likely to add 7-8 lakh new jobs by continuing to register a strong double-digit growth of 11-12 per cent over the next five years. With the rising consumer demands, changing business models and digital disruptions, a study conducted jointly by CII and BCG has highlighted the need for the industry to prepare itself.. More
Posted by:   Mahak Kewalramani Date:Jan 04, 2018

Recruitment Trends - December 2017 Edition

Recruitment Trends - Dec 2017 Edition Recruitment News Market News, Trends & Predictions  India to see highest salary increase around Asia Pacific in 2018 at 10%, says Survey  Salaries in India are projected to rise at 10 per cent next year. This is same as the increase in salary in 2017, according to the 2017 Salary Budget Planning Report released by advisory company Willis Towers Watson. What is positive is India's projected salary for 2018 is the highest in the Asia .. More
Posted by:   Mahak Kewalramani Date:Dec 04, 2017

At over Rs 1 crore a year Microsoft set to offer the fattest pay package at IITs this year

By Sreeradha D Basu, Economic Times US technology giant Microsoft is likely to offer the highest pay package at the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), where final placements starting today will see companies slugging it out for the cream of engineering talent from the Class of 2018.  According to campus sources across top IITs, the company is likely to offer about a package of Rs 1.39 crore for jobs at its Redmond headquarters. The total package of $214,600 will comprise a b.. More
Posted by:   Courtesy Economic Times 1st December, 2017 Date:Dec 01, 2017

Dell CIO warns IT employees: No organisation can reskill you, do it yourself or be ready to leave

The average salary hikes seen among the top sectors saw a drop as compared to the last year.    MUMBAI: Almost all industries witnessed conservative appraisals, with banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) receiving the least, a survey said.    The survey- "Salary Trends and Attrition rates in Q1 (April-June 2017)"- was conducted by end-to-end online recruitment and career solution portal, across 120 companies from 10 industries, in.. More
Posted by:   Courtuesy : Economic Times PTI | Updated: Aug 03, 2017, 10.13 PM Date:Aug 04, 2017

India's job confidence outlook ranks highest in Asia Pacific market, reveals survey

Mumbai: India's job confidence outlook ranked highest in the Asia Pacific market, with 84 percent Indian professionals participants indicating that they foresee a good future economic scenario in the country. A majority of Indian professionals (84 percent) favourably viewed their job and economic situation in the next six months and assessed it as good to excellent, according to the Michael Page Job Applicant Confidence Index Q2 2017. The Index revealed that as compared to India.. More
Posted by:   Courtesy : I Aug 03, 2017 08:45 am Date:Aug 03, 2017

Recruitment Trends - August 2017 Edition

Recruitment Trends - Aug 2017 Edition Recruitment News   Market News, Trends & Predictions  Jobs in renewable energy sector see sharp spike in India  India's ambitious aim to install 160 GW of renewable energy by 2022 will have a positive impact on the country's jobs market, a new study has predicted. The study says that more than 300,000 full-time workers will be needed in these five years and there's potential to create around one million employment .. More
Posted by:   Mahak Kewalramani Date:Aug 02, 2017

REWARDING LOYAL EMPLOYEES - TCS Way Ahead in the March of Crorepati Execs

  Co paid Rs 1 cr or more to 91 India-based staff in FY17, more than Infy's 51 & Wipro's 61 Tata Consultancy Services, India's largest software services company, paid sala Rs 1 crore to 91 emplories of over ` yees in India in fiscal 2017, significantly more than rivals Infosys and Wipro, according to data accessed by ET. About a quarter of these crorepatis -22, to be precise -have spent their entire careers at the Mumbai-headquartered company . Infosys has 51 ex.. More
Posted by:   Courtesy Economic Times 20th July, 2017 Date:Jul 20, 2017

Artificial intelligence may kill 90 per cent jobs

As far as losing jobs to automation is concerned, the senior WTO official said, it is going to be the same scenario as computerisation in the banking sector. Bengaluru: Wipro vice-president and CTO K.R. Sanjiv said on Thursday that automation can be a disaster in the making, if it was not planned properly. Speaking at the 13th edition of CII India Innovation Summit 2017 here, he said automation has already hit the road and will kill 80 to 90 per cent of jobs. He, however, said .. More
Posted by:   Courtesy : DECCAN CHRONICLE I Jul 14, 2017 Date:Jul 14, 2017

Top technology jobs in demand currently

AI and machine learning have potential for limitless applicability in almost every field. With increasing automation across technology sectors, old jobs are getting redundant. There are, however, skillsets and roles that are in demand as companies adapt to the digital world. While traditional roles are turning obsolete, new opportunities exist in areas such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, 3D printing, design thinking, block chain and cloud computing, according to TeamLeas.. More
Posted by:   Courtesy : ET CONTRIBUTORS | UPDATED: JUL 14, 2017 Date:Jul 14, 2017

Recruitment Trends - July 2017 Edition

Recruitment News Market News, Trends & Predictions  Layoffs scare is real, not exaggerated, finds ET's Jobs Disruption survey  The survey confirms several experts and studies predicting big layoffs in near future as nearly 50% of the respondents said there was a talk of layoffs in their company. Job creation has been the biggest economic problem for Prime Minister Narendra Modi who had promised to create one crore jobs before coming to power. As if lagging private invest.. More
Posted by:   Mahak Kewalramani Date:Jul 05, 2017
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