A cocktail of erratic schedules, inadequate sleep, pressure to maintain timelines has put pilots, ATCs and key staff under severe duress.
"With such bosses, verbal communication does not work and one needs to exchange regular emails,” says Rituparna Chakraborty.
Career Point University has 1,600 students studying engineering, computer applications and MBA, but it is mainly known as a coaching centre.
“It is not a tough call when you feel the pulse of a young workforce,” said Shalini Pillai, head of People, Performance and Culture, KPMG in India.
“This will go up further because generic courses are not creating sufficient job opportunities,” says Narayanan Ramaswamy, lead partner in education for KPMG India.
Startups and those working in them may have achieved a mark of distinction in an acutely class-conscious society— the evidence is surging demand on matrimony websites.
The company has a workforce of around 5,000 employees and is one of the largest recruiters in engineering and management campuses.
As more women let their hair down at pubs and discs, demand for female bouncers has shot up. Their number has risen fourfold to 5,000 in one-and-a-half years.
Startups are taking the unconventional route to hire people. If you aspire to work for a startup, here’s a tip: Expect the unexpected.
Sabbaticals are getting common across industries, typically lasting for three months to a year. Employees must ensure sabbaticals do not harm their career.
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