The report surveyed 775 Indian enterprises and analysed functional and environmental aspects across 19 sectors to evaluate employment outlook trends
Factory activity expanded at its slowest pace in eight months in April as growth in new orders and output dipped as the general election got under way
The booming IT sector reigns supreme by continuing to create the maximum jobs in the country, according to a report by online job portal Shine.com.
The AIMA-KPMG report does add that the implementation of advanced digital technologies is expected to replace low and mid-skilled jobs with high-skilled ones
Apart from joblessness and price rise, Indian also picked corruption, terrorism, crime, economic disparity, poor quality schools, air pollution, health care and communal relations as the major problems in the present day
From October 2018 to April 2019, every release of EPFO is showing a dip in average monthly job creation. Only November 2018 release is an exception which showed marginal increase of 1,262 jobs on average.
According to the latest data, the highest job creation was recorded in January 2019 at 8.94 lakh against the provisional estimate of 8.96 lakh released last month
The pilots along with engineers and senior staff are yet to receive their March salaries. But paychecks have now become even more elusive, hinging on a positive outcome of the ongoing stake sale process
CEO pay in the private sector has climbed strongly over the last three years, from Rs 3.2 crores in FY15 to Rs 5.5 crores in FY18.
Another component of the report looked at the job losses and estimated that India might have lost 50 lakh jobs between 2016 and 2018