A few of these centres are pure “styling” centres, where details around designing car exteriors are chalked out, says Jochen Feese, senior manager at Daimler.
The online furniture and home products company, which has raised a total of $29 million so far, is also in the process of raising another Rs 500 crore.
Vodafone India, through its health safety and wellness (HSW) programme, is reminding its employees on primarily electrical safety, height work and road safety.
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Hiring start-up RippleHire, taking a cue from Dan Brown’s bestseller, calls its development and testing teams ‘angels and demons’.
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A breakdown in communication can hamper an individual’s productivity as well as that of the organisation, and should be resolved at the earliest.
Milestone-linked investor targets, expansion plans and the struggle to get the right ‘product market fit’ often sap the life out of this community.
E-commerce cos, Startups most sought after placement in top campuses like IITs, NIDs, IIMs; upsurge in salary, offers
Here’s a look at how the e-commerce/startup hiring story has played out at the country’s top campuses.
Companies like Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal, UrbanLadder, Pepperfry, Jabong, Housing, Houzify, CarDekho and Coupondunia are all lining up at the design institutes and for many of them.
Jombay, TalentPad, MyRefers, Interview Mocha, GrownOut and Talview.com - Startups that are changing the face of hiring
Hiring candidates based on gut feel and anecdotal information won’t hold for long. Startups in the hiring space are ushering in a mini revolution by leveraging technology and data science.
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