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New Delhi, September 1, 2016
As per the citizen engagement platform LocalCircles, 78 per cent Delhi citizens claimed that they lost most time due to waterlogging, leading to loss in work hours. This was followed by 68 per cent in Chennai, 66 per cent in Mumbai and 58 per cent in Bengaluru, says the survey conducted across the metro cities to understand the extent of the problem.

Venkatesha Babu
June 29, 2016
Today Kronos sells software and services for scheduling, time & attendance, HR & Payroll management, hiring and labour management.

Team BT
Delhi, February 17, 2016
Leading entrepreneurs and HR practitioners debated on how start-ups should deal with HR issues and what the freelance marketplace holds for them.

New Delhi, December 3, 2015
Launched in 2014, Saral Rozgar was launched to connect people and employers for blue-collar and entry-level jobs in India. The platform has six million users.

Goutam Das
November 18, 2015
Saurabh Kochhar, CEO India of Foodpanda, talks about the problems and their solutions, and the lessons to be learnt from the TinyOwl incident in Pune, where one of the founders was held hostage for 48 hours by fired employees.

Sanjay Modi
September 23, 2015
There have been many dystopian predictions of advances in technology destroying jobs that have historically been done by humans.

Stanley Carvalho and Rupam Jain Nair
Abu Dhabi/New Delhi, August 17, 2015
Some 2.6 million Indians live and work in the UAE, according to Indian embassy figures. The embassy estimates about 60 per cent of those are blue-collar workers.

Akash Gupt
April 27, 2015
An enabling B2C policy on e-commerce can create a huge booster for the 'Make in India' programme of the government.

Ambarish Datta
February 23, 2015
If SME sector can avail benefits of future rate cuts, it will lead to overall push for a steady economy.

Goutam Das
February 17, 2015
According to some estimates, Airbus Group alone sourced over $300 million worth of products and services from India in 2013/14. The figure was $200 million in 2011/2012.

Rupam Jain Nair, Praveen Menon and Marwa Rashad
New delhi/Dubai/Riyadh, November 17, 2014
\"Inflation, value of the Indian currency and a rise in the cost of living in the Gulf were the factors that led to the decision,\" YS Kataria, a spokesman for MOIA said.

Goutam Das
June 3, 2014
Pradeep Bhargava, Director at Cummins India is carrying out a pilot project, trying to convince companies to follow best practices when treating their contract labourers.

Goutam Das
June 4, 2014
The manufacturing sector continues to struggle with labour strife. It is time for some soul searching.

Gurgaon, December 27, 2013
Despite little evidence that interest rates can control food prices, RBI governor Raghuram Rajan has raised rates twice since taking over to prevent food-price inflation from spilling over into the wider economy. He has warned of another hike next month if prices don't cool significantly.

Mumbai/New York, August 29, 2013
The patriotism of wealthy overseas Indians has helped the country avert economic crises in the past and it is little surprise that embattled policymakers are turning to them again to plug a record trade gap that is battering the rupee.

Mumbai, April 23, 2013
The pre-paid card can be loaded with Rs 10,000 at a time with a monthly cap of Rs 25,000. This can also be used as an add-on card for the existing account holders.

Shamni Pande
March 13, 2013
The skills shortage is costing India dear, yet remedies remain uncoordinated and young people's aspirations do not match reality.
November 7, 2012
Business Today readers write to the Editor with their feedback on the magazine's coverage.

Manu Kaushik
November 6, 2012
Anurag Jain, a serial entrepreneur, founded three BPO firms and then sold them. His latest venture is Laurus Edutech, a three-year-old company that provides vocational training to budding electricians, plumbers, technicians and the like. Excerpts from an interview:

N. Madhavan
October 26, 2012
A large proportion of the workforce today in the Indian factories is young. It has high aspirations but low patience. Widespread disparity in compensation and positions is pushing blue collar workers towards violence.

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