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Posted by:   Courtesy ET Panache, 3rd July, 2017 Date:Jul 04, 2017

IIIT-B students land job offers of Rs 66 lakh a year

HIGHLIGHTS Three students of the integrated M.Tech programme at IIIT, Bangalore have landed a job offer with an annual package of Rs 66 lakh each. The trio had been offered jobs by Hilti, for which they had earlier done intership with. BENGALURU: Last year, Abhijay Vuyyuuru, Anubhav Bhardwaj and Lijo Johny took part in a hackathon in Malaysia. Little did they know that the app they designed would land them each a job offer with an annual package of Rs 66 lakh. On Sunday, the tri.. More
Posted by:   Courtesy : TOI | Jul 3, 2017 Date:Jul 03, 2017

How to search for a job at different ages for best results

The biggest challenge in your 20s is to find a great opportunity despite having a blank CV.  Yes, it’s true. Job search gets tougher with age. You cannot be faulted for thinking that the job market mirrors the Hollywood thriller 'No Country for Old Men', where increasingly the world seems meaner and different from what it was earlier. Hiring seems skewed towards younger folks or specifically those below 35. Most hiring managers in India are biased in favour of youth .. More
Posted by:   Courtesy :ET CONTRIBUTORS|Jun 19, 2017 Date:Jun 20, 2017

Ladies, move to Bengaluru if you want bigger pay

Are you a woman who is just out of college with a fresh degree in hand, waiting to see what the job market has to offer you? Or are you a seasoned employee looking for better opportunities in other cities? Well, Bengaluru might just be what you have been looking for. According to a study conducted by TeamLease, Bengaluru offers better pay to women than anywhere else in India. With many companies, both Indian and global, looking to set up offices in the city, there is no dearth of jobs or o.. More
Posted by:   Courtesy :ECONOMICTIMES.COM | JUN 18, 2017 Date:Jun 19, 2017

Infosys braces for bigger cost blow as Vishal Sikka bulks up on highly-paid talent

In fiscal 2017, Sikka-led Infosys paid salaries of over Rs 1 crore to 50 of its India-based employees  BENGALURU: Infosys is paying over Rs 1 crore to more than 1,800 employees in its overseas locations, 150 of whom were hired in the previous fiscal year, data accessed by ET shows, highlighting the cost challenge India's second largest IT services company will face as it seeks to expand its workforce in developed markets.  These salary numbers assume significance because .. More
Posted by:   Courtesy : JOCHELLE MENDONCA, ET Bureau | Updated: Jun 15, 2017 Date:Jun 15, 2017

Hiring will increase in sectors like IT, startups, telecom and BPO: Indian Staffing Federation

Every year 12 million people are added to the country's workforce and 5 million people look out of agriculture for new job opportunities. NEW DELHI: Amidst all gloom of job losses, Indian Staffing Federation on Tuesday said that the staffing industry expects hiring to increase on sectors like IT, startups, telecom and BPO with substantial increase in flexi staffing in the IT sector. "Despite the current layoffs and negativity in certain sectors, Indian jobs market seems to loo.. More
Posted by:   Courtesy : ET BUREAU | UPDATED: JUN 13, 2017 Date:Jun 14, 2017

For IT Professionals 'Big 3' Bring A New Reality On Salary

A freshers starting salary can be influenced not only by his or her field of specialisation but also the geographical location of the job, says AnalyticsVidhya.     Analytics and machine learning are changing the nature of IT jobs. HIGHLIGHTS Freshers in analytics are paid well above other industries, a report said Starting salaries in Tier 1 cities beat those offered in Tier 2 cities Mumbai was the most well paying city while Kolkata was the lowest. Keeping .. More
Posted by:   Courtesy : All India | NDTV Profit Team | Updated: June 13, 2017 Date:Jun 13, 2017

In times of automation, job creation biggest challenge: ET India Leadership Council

Aditya Puri, Amit Agarwal, Chanda Kochhar, Anand Mahindra at panel discussion.    MUMBAI: Job creation is the number one challenge for India at a time when digitisation and automation are disrupting traditional roles across all sectors, panellists at the ET India Leadership Council said. The India Leadership council is an exclusive peer group platform working towards bringing change in the country's business environment. Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra, ICICI Bank.. More
Posted by:   Courtesy : ET BUREAU | UPDATED: JUN 12, 2017 Date:Jun 12, 2017

In the age of disruption, what are the new rules of negotiating salary?

If Robotic Process Automation is truly reducing the number of jobs, is salary negotiation a risk that a jobseeker should take?    By Rajeev Banduni In a recent Harvard commencement speech, Mark Zuckerberg addressed his alma mater’s fresh graduates for “establishing a ‘social infrastructure’ for the world” as “generation­defining public works projects” that involve people towards a socially beneficial cause. Much like the recent .. More
Posted by:   Courtesy : ET CONTRIBUTORS | UPDATED: JUN 08, 2017 Date:Jun 08, 2017

Entry-level employees don't need to fear layoffs, finds ET's Jobs Disruption survey

The entry-level employees are found to be more comfortable with new technology because they themselves are digital natives? Entry-level employees need not worry too much about layoffs. The Jobs Disruption Survey of nearly 11,000 employees by ET Online has found that employers are keen to retain entry-level employees.  When asked if your company thought younger employees should be reskilled/retrained instead of you, 38 per cent respondents said 'yes'. An.. More
Posted by:   Courtesy : ECONOMICTIMES.COM | Jun 03, 2017 Date:Jun 05, 2017
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