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October 7, 2018

Chitra Narayanan with Jyotindra Dubey
July 29, 2015
Corner-office salaries are moving northwards even as junior and mid-level pay remains stagnant, widening the compensation divide among ranks.

Arunima Mishra
Delhi, October 30, 2014
An increasing number of people from the Army, Navy and Air Force are opting for early retirement to go to management schools and carve out a second career for themselves.

Kamal Karanth
July 11, 2014
The young leaders programme and the Rs 100 crore start-up programme will empower youth. Further, FDI in manufacturing sector will translate into more jobs.

Arunima Mishra
May 16, 2014
With the BJP-led NDA set to form the new government, experts who have been terming unemployment the biggest challenge faced by the country expect an immediate spurt in the job market.

Manasi Mithel
January 5, 2013
The health-care sector is one of a handful where demand for trained professionals is rising even as hiring in several other industries such as financial services, IT and automobiles remains muted. The demand for clinical research professionals will also go up.

Shamni Pande
July 19, 2012
The slowdown may also hit increments and the variable part of salaries.

Shamni Pande
March 21, 2012
Employers are keenly tracking the social media space.

New Delhi, June 15, 2011
According to staffing firm Kelly Services' annual Employment Outlook and Salary Guide 2011-12, 2011 proved a breather for the Indian employees as companies doled out salary hikes in the range of 10-13 per cent across industries.

New Delhi, May 9, 2011
Kelly Services India Managing Director Kamal Karanth said more number of recruiters are using social media, as it helps in quickening the hiring procedure.

Rahul Sachitanand
May 9, 2011
More and more of them, especially multinationals resuming expansion plans that had been put on hold during the economic slowdown of 2008/09, are looking to hire Indians and post them across continents.

Anuradha Shukla
New Delhi, February 4, 2011
India's infotech and infotechenabled services sector is shrugging off its post-meltdown caution and going on a hiring spree.

Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, January 22, 2011
With huge order books under their belts, Indian IT firms are turning to college campuses to hire fresh graduates as wage inflation, attrition and manpower shortage continue to hit them.

Saumya Bhattacharya and Anumeha Chaturvedi
February 3, 2011
 IT and ITeS stage a smart rebound. Hiring volumes are set to go up.