One in three Indian professionals now have decreased income: LinkedIn survey
IT, media, and manufacturing employees think their firms will do worse in the next 6 months. However, they’re confident about long-term growth - 77% of manufacturing professionals, 67% of media professionals, and 65% of IT professionals thought their companies would pick up in the next 2 years.
View: Indian youth can revitalise Covid-battered economy
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Social media is the new hunting ground for those with revoked offers
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Employees at large firms most confident about future of their employers: Survey
The survey noted that "41 per cent of enterprise professionals think their companies will do better in the next 6 months, while 63 per cent think their companies will be better off one year from now".
Job offers continue to be revoked at B-schools
Several companies that include some of the big recruiters in hospitality and automobile sectors have also deferred the date of joining by longer than usual.
Situations Vacant: 12,000 jobs on offer in edtech
There are currently around 12,000 active openings for permanent job roles across levels at leading edtech companies, according to an estimate put together for ET by ManpowerGroup.
Chinese tech companies with government links face curbs
India is trying to identify Chinese tech firms with direct or indirect links to country’s govt or military.
LinkedIn brings events online, helps companies connect with communities virtually
In March, LinkedIn Events enabled companies to create an event using their LinkedIn Pages.
Railway-linked stocks rally up to 16% as privatisation process kicks off
The project would entail a private sector investment of about Rs 30,000 crore.
Come back next year, startups, tech firms tell employees
Many firms say work from home has not impacted productivity. Some even say productivity has improved.
Steel consumption up in sectors linked to rural economy: Tata Steel
‘Between April, May, and June, steel prices have gone up by about $50 a tonne.’
For opinions that matter: LinkedIn launches 'Polls' feature to tap into power of professional network
The new feature allows members to reach out to their networks to ask for feedback.
Unbroken link: How tie-ups helped companies in crisis
In the world of business, where large, medium, small and micro players operate in the same ecosystem, coexistence can be beneficial in tiding over a rough patch. No large player can execute a big project on its own strength. It requires the load-bearing capacity of several small and micro players who, in turn, depend on the large company.
Unbroken link: How tie-ups with MSMEs helped large players
No large player can execute a big project on its own strength. It requires the load-bearing capacity of several small and micro players who, in turn, depend on the financial prowess of the large company.
Some companies that have been forced to lay off staffers are helping them find jobs elsewhere
Layoffs are the big story now, and it's never a good day to lose your job. But there's a now a side story to it.
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