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September 11, 2013
Starring: Niklas Frisk, Rohit Bhatia, Santosh B. Nayar, Snehdeep Aggarwal,  Moorthy K. Uppaluri and Michael Ault

Arunima Mishra
August 3, 2013
Mid-to-senior level executives take into account not just a fatter pay package while looking for a change. They also look for a better work profile and greater responsibilities as they build their careers. The most important skill required to find the opportunities available is networking.

Chandralekha Mukerji
June 18, 2013
How to improve your chances of getting hired after a career break.

Manasi Mithel
June 8, 2013
Jobseekers are flocking to staid old public sector units, many of which now pay better than their private counterparts, and offer security as well.

Chandralekha Mukerji
June 2, 2013
Whatever the reason-family, health or education-an applicant who has taken a career break makes recruiters apprehensive even if one manages to convince them about their ability. So, one must be prepared to explain the reasons for the break.

New Delhi, April 20, 2013
IT and software major Microsoft has emerged as India's most attractive employer for the third straight year in 2013, according to a survey by HR service firm Randstad.

Manu Kaushik
April 12, 2013
The grey clouds may not have disappeared, but optimism has risen for the third quarter in a row, finds the latest Business Today-C fore Business Confidence Survey.

Chandralekha Mukerji
February 24, 2013
Companies do not hire on the basis of what they will credit to your bank account but your cost to company (CTC), that is, the money they will spend on you. But what constitutes CTC? We help you decode the mystery.
January 3, 2013
As the year came to an end, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh hosted Russian President Vladimir Putin. A spate of deals was signed between the two countries.

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.

New Delhi, December 21, 2012
After remaining mostly stagnant in 2012 due to global economic slowdown, Indian job market may grow better than other countries, while high-performers can expect pay hikes of 10-15 pc in 2013. The public sector could emerge as the major ground for any large-scale hirings.

G. Seetharaman, E. Kumar Sharma and Manu Kaushik
October 9, 2012
B-schools have proliferated, leading to oversupply and a fall in teaching quality.
September 27, 2012
The recent Emerging Kerala 2012 Global Connect conference attracted 45 investment proposals worth over Rs 40,000 crore.

Manasi Mithel
August 24, 2012
The utility of part-time MBA courses is debatable, unless they are company sponsored.

Shamni Pande
July 1, 2012
Sins of omission and commission in your curriculum vitae could cost you your dream job. Candidates, even at senior levels, often mess up their CV and thus lose out on excellent opportunities. Take a look at some common errors experts find in resumes

BT Online Bureau
Mumbai, April 27, 2012
Microsoft India left behind Oracle India and Tata Consultancy Services to be adjudged India's 'Most Attractive Employer' for the second straight year.

Manasi Mithel
April 24, 2012
With hefty increments out of question this year, companies are finding novel ways to meet employee expectations.

Chennai, April 6, 2012
Ma Foi Management Consultants Founder K Pandiarajan says the company, which had been in the business for over two decades, is venturing into non-staffing solutions like strategy, research and education verticals, with an investment of Rs 25 crore.

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

Anuradha Shukla
New Delhi, January 27, 2012
While recruitment firms forecast positive appraisal scenario for sectors like healthcare, engineering, education and IT, increments could be lower in aviation, textiles and realty sectors, which are reeling under huge debt.

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