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India Inc. wants to hire good employees, or not hire at all: TimesJobs Study

India Inc. wants to hire good employees, or not hire at all: TimesJobs Study For HR managers finding the right talent has become a pain area, still they only want to hire a good employee or not hire at all. September 01, 2016: Reena Gupta, a hiring manager with an FMCG company says that hiring

Total Rewards: A must for progressive organizations

Total Rewards programs are changing business dynamics in India Inc. The latest TJinsite study by TimesJobs indicates that nearly 43% of the surveyed organizations already have a well-built Total Rewards strategy and 23% have it in the planning stage. July 26, 2016: Total Rewards, encompass not just compensation and benefits but include other rewards such

Annoying Colleagues Hamper Workplace Productivity – TimesJobs.com Survey

Cultural mismatch plagues almost 60% employees, who feel intrusive coworkers interrupting their work, are the biggest drain on their performance and productivity. July 14, 2016: Together everyone achieves more – that’s a TEAM. While camaraderie and bonhomie among office colleagues can be wonderful, however many feel that their colleagues are exceedingly annoying too. TimeJobs.com surveyed

New FDI norms lead to more jobs in India – But how does a jobseeker capitalize on this?

New FDI norms lead to more jobs in India – But how does a jobseeker capitalize on this? New Delhi, June 2016: Investments lead to employment, and one of the concrete leads in this direction is the increased FDI inflows at US$ 55.46 billion in financial year 2015-16, as against US$ 36.04 billion in 2013-14.

Hiring RoI – The Future of Optimizing Recruitment: TimesJobs.com study

`While 62% organizations admit they are making hiring mistakes, 53% blame it on lack of proper tracking mechanisms. May 3, 2016: Businesses are often worried about the expenses they make on recruiting and then losing an employee even as a majority confess to picking wrong candidates, reveals a new TimesJobs.com study on usage of HR

Talent demand continues upward trend for BFSI, IT & Telecom: TimesJobs.com RecruiteX

The IT & Telecom sectors posted an increase of 17% in hiring activity, while the BFSI sector posted a 9% rise in talent demand year-on-year (y-o-y) Dec 15, 2015: Buoyed by the wave of development created by the Government’s initiatives like Digital India and Smart Cities – The demand for skilled professionals in the banking,

TimesJobs.com appoints Pankaj Maurya as Head of Technology

Maurya, who developed Google’s new search ranking algorithm, search engine infrastructure and rewrote the monetization code for Google Apps, will lead the Technology initiatives at India’s leading job portal    October 19, 2015: Times Business Solutions today announced that Pankaj Maurya, whose spent over 8 years at Google and the last couple of years at

Hiring grows 4% in September, infrastructure, IT & telecom top employment sectors. TimesJobs.com RecruiteX

Hiring activity grew by 4% in September 2015, with infrastructure and IT/telecom sectors leading demand – reports the latest RecruiteX – TimesJobs.com’s recruitment index.   06 October 2015: The latest recruitment index report by leading national job portal, TimesJobs.com reveals that infrastructure leads the way by reporting a solid 10% rise in talent demanded. In

For 90% professionals, work culture is a bigger pull than a salary hike: JobBuzz.in survey reveals.

65% of India Inc. employees feel they will choose a company that actively promotes its work culture as compared to ones that do not. September 22, 2015: Not long ago, job aspirants eager to earn a little extra and work in their preferred companies would readily accept stressful work cultures, cranky bosses and rigid HR

India Inc. Employees don’t believe in the Meritocracy Myth: JobBuzz Survey

Employees believe their companies pay external hires and favorites more – 90% feel there is no pay parity in their organizations for the same role and level. September 7, 2015: Despite its pay-for-performance motto, India Inc. is being blamed for playing favorites when it comes to pay parity at the same level, employees said in