Businesses are expecting to do well in 2012, and the focus will be on attracting talent and retaining through innovative strategies.
Conflicts with the boss can be rooted in working styles, or even in personality clashes. Try to deal with both.
The World BPO Forum, in association with BPO Association of India plans to train people in Tier-II and Tier-III cities over the next few years.
Results for Indian Institutes of Technology -Joint Entrance Exam (IIT-JEE) EE 2012 were announced in the capital on Friday.
Hiring intent is robust in the pharma and healthcare segments, say headhunting firms.
A new chain of pre-schools - Kinderpillar Ivy League Kids has been launched in the country by a group of professional women.
Technology solutions provider Pitney Bowes plans to digitize mark sheets, certificates and degrees at various Indian institutions and universities.
Some jobs, such as voice-based ones at BPOs, are likely to result in burnout, says Sanjay Gupta, global head — HR at ExlService.
Intel India will mentor up to 7,000 girls through its Technology and Entrepreneurship Program launched recently in the Capital.
Human resource services provider ADP plans to double its business in India in the next two years.
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