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5 ways you can make it easy for job recruiters to reject you

Wondering why you didn't make it to that company you applied to that one time? Among the many reasons that could have caused this, one could be you not having found favour with the hiring

A 13-year head start: Lessons learnt from a company that started WFH more than a decade ago

"We see an increased effort to make rules and stick to the discipline of work hours, breaks, and completion of tasks to deadline. Many homes now have designated work areas where members are able to work undisturbed. This experiment is a worthy one."

Dos and don'ts of interacting with recruiters when hunting for job

If you have been approached by a recruiter for a job interview or you have decided to avail the services of one, there are certain dos and don'ts that you must remember.

EPF contribution at 10% likely to push up your take home by only 1-2%

As per the analysis, a 4% gross increase of basic wages due to reduction in EPF contribution to 10% for both employers and employees for May, June and July 2020 may not make a material difference to an employee.

Do you know how much you are paying to get paid?

Do you know how much you are paying to get paid?

As an employee, you are not just contributing hours into months of hard work, time and energy. Those are unquantifiable measures. But delve deeper and you will see that you can actually me

Write your success story: How strong writing contributes to your career

Writing is a skill. You are the craftsman continuously improving upon your current level of mastery and thus increasing your professional effectiveness and income. Here's how you can constantly upgrade your writing skills for professional success.

Don’t forward work emails to a personal a/c, separate work & life: Centre

“Create a separate user profile with minimal privileges for work-only use. Close all work-related windows, applications, files, and documents when not in use. Do not use work email addresses to sign up for unauthorised, free tools. Grant access to your employees to corporate network only though a company-approved VPN with multi-factor authentication,” the advisory states.

Future of work: What to expect after coronavirus crisis blows over

Factors will determine if your job profile will evolve. However, don’t expect a change where the business-efficient alternative is to replace you to save nonproductive costs or deal with change in customer behaviour.

From pay cuts to job security, answers to six questions you have about covid and your career

If the company is planning lay-offs, start circulating your resume and talking to people in the industry without discussing it with colleagues. It is also a good idea to build a contingency fund to help you sail through in case you don’t find a job immediately.

Thinking about a career change during the coronavirus pandemic? Here are 8 things to consider

Thinking about a career change during the coronavirus pandemic? Here are 8 things to consider

Though India does not have similar jobs data reporting structure during this pandemic, it is easy to see that the job market this year will be the

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