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Employees no more inclined to start-ups, want to switch: Survey

The best of the best talents once eagerly joined start-ups, but after a year or so, a majority of professionals seem desperate to leave for more established players.

The Internet company tackled the puzzling problem with a study that concluded how teams work together is more important than who is on a team.
'Placements' is the first solution developed by LinkedIn's India product development for the local market.

SP Jain School of Global Management which has campuses in Dubai, Singapore, Sydney and Mumbai is rated 95th on 'The Economist' rankings list.

The trend which is currently in the e-commerce and tech startup sector, was seen in aviation, telecom, insurance, retail and social sectors a few years ago.
Around 530 out of 5,711 listed firms on the Bombay Stock Exchange have been fined by the bourse for not having at least one woman director.

Business schools are increasingly becoming global in nature and content, and that is the way forward for them, says Geoffrey Garrett, Dean of the Wharton School.
Last year, Facebook had offered up to Rs 1-2 crore salaries to at least 12 students at IITs for the positions of software engineers in California.
A mid-level IT manager in India draws an average salary of $41,213 while his Swiss counterpart gets over four times more.
"The bullish hiring plans are mainly driven by e-commerce giants", says ManpowerGroup India Group Managing Director A G Rao.
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