TimesJobs Study Archive
Nearly 20-30% candidates tend to fake references even when 70% HR managers rely on them for quality hires, says a TimesJobs study with responses from over 650 recruiters. January 31, 2017: About 75% HR managers, employers and recruiters ask for references when hiring a candidate. This is because they attach a lot of significance to
Talks pep-up around diversity, but gender diversity has a long way to go, as just 5% employers are willing to have more women leaders in CXO positions, reveals TimesJobs latest study October 4, 2016: Around 40% organizations anticipate more female employees at the mid level in their workforce, however; only 5% see a rise in
Over half of all employees feel dissatisfied with their salary September 15, 2016: A study by TimesJobs reveals that 55% Gen Y and 53% Gen Z employees were disappointed with their first drawn salaries. Dissatisfaction with salary is not new however the reasons may have changed with changing aspirations of different generations. “This disappointment with
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
Millennial professionals are changing the Recruitment Paradigm – TimesJobs’ latest TJinsite Report delves into the changes this new generation is bringing about in the Indian job market. November 3, 2015: As generations change at workplace, the recruitment game is changing too. With over 60% of India Inc. employees aiming for better work-life balance and higher
Reinventing retention the next big thing Until now retention strategies were based on instinct rather than any research or guiding principle. But, today, when the entire work culture has witnessed a paradigm shift, organisations are forced to think differently. Increasingly, organisations are acknowledging this change and thinking of innovative ways to retain employees.
Nearly 50% of Indian organisations still overlook the element of cultural fit when assessing and hiring candidates, revealed a recent TimesJobs.com study. June 25, 2014: In most cases, the successful integration of new hires is based on their ability to culturally fit in with the organisation. Yet, surprisingly, Indian organisations still base their final