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Upgrade your skills constantly to keep your job secure

Upgrade constantly to stay ahead in your career. Most employers too prefer to upskill their existing workforce rather than hire new employees.

The top and relevant career skills you must learn in 2019

If you want to stay relevant at work in the coming year, make sure you know of and learn at least some of these skills.

Signs that you are likely to lose your job and how to prevent it

Here’s how to find out if you are close to being laid off and the steps you can take in order to prevent it.

You can grow faster by helping your boss succeed: Here's how

Like the Oscars, appraisals throw up unlikely winners and losers causing celebrations or heartburn. Ever wondered why appraisals are unpredictable?

Find out if you need to secure your existing job or look for a new one

Find out if you need to secure your existing job or look for a new one

Go through this decision tree to find out if you need to take steps to secure your existing job or start searching for a new one at the earliest.

Think beyond campus placements to kickstart your career

By Devashish Chakravarty Are you graduating this year or the next and planning to start a career? Most of your classmates will make a common blunder— they will focus on the final e

5 ways to talk salary hike with your manager

tips on how to navigate the process and pitch your boss on a salary increase in the most effective way possible.

Talent crunch drives up salaries for social media managers

Hiring experts and employers say the surge in compensation is on the back of a demand-supply mismatch and the dearth of quality talent.

Kick start your career even before campus placements: Here's how

Campus placements restrict you to a limited number of opportunities. Off campus not only opens you to the world of diverse opportunities but also makes you self-reliant.

Dos and don'ts to create the ideal one-page resume

Dos and don'ts to create the ideal one-page resume

By Devashish Chakravarty Print out a copy of your one-page resume. Tear off the top one-third and check if this bit is for you to get shortlisted. A recruiter, on an average, spends

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