Hiring on a roll, 88% Indian cos to ramp up headcount: Survey
Hiring on a roll, 88% Indian cos to ramp up headcount: Survey

In India, 63 percent of companies are currently hiring.

`Job market for coming months looks positive`

Growth in hiring activity was led by BFSI and IT industries.

Hiring grows 9% in March, to pick up further: Naukri.Com

The Naukri Job Speak Index stood at 1,609 for last month, registering 9 per cent increase in hiring activity over March 2014.

Job market in a sweet spot, average 10-12% hike expected

Analysts say there's a catch that money is not the only retention factor and the "scope of work" is also a big driver.

Incentives to boost job market on anvil: Experts

In the last year's Budget, the government had given an impetus to skill development, while the 'Make in India' campaign has raised expectations pertaining to more measures for the job market growth.

US private job growth jumps in June

The private sector added 281,000 jobs in June, surging higher from a lackluster 179,000 in May.

Business looks to Narendra Modi to defuse India's jobs time bomb

Backers highlight Modi`s economic success over more than a decade as Gujarat CM, which boasts one of the highest growth rates among Indian states.

Women face wage gap, questions on their capabilities: Experts

Women face domestic commitments that make them leave when they are at mid-managerial levels.

A Common Minimum Programme (CMP) for India in the making?

As purists lament the ever falling public discourse level in the run up to the general elections, here comes the good news of emerging consensus across mainline political parties on curbing crime against women, reigning inflation, taming corruption and improving job climate for youth.

Job market eyes a prosperous new year with double-digit hikes

The sectors that are likely to drive the job market include IT, healthcare, education, development sector moreover the new retail banking licences are also expected to give a decent hiring trend in year 2014.

Most Indians pessimistic about job market

Only one-third of the people said it was a good time, the leading US opinion poll organisation said Monday releasing the results of Gallup surveys conducted in 146 countries in 2011.

Hiring improves in June; Auto, pharma lead

Except Hyderabad, all other cities have seen some increase in hiring activities.

'Study of interest profile better way to chose employee'

Matching the profile of interests of a person in various works with skills required for a particular job could be a better way to evaluate a his/her suitability for a particular job, a new research suggests.

Oxford graduates pull pints in dire jobs market

Dearth of jobs in the UK is compelling a number of Oxford University passouts to work as bar tenders,waitresses and waiters,a survey has revealed.

Workers flocking to Kerala in search of jobs

Kerala, which largely
depends on remittances of around two million Malayalis working
in the Gulf, has now become a thriving job market for workers
hailing from Assam, West Bengal, Bihar and Orissa.

'Job market slowing down on eco uncertainties, inflation'

Employment market is seeing slowdown with sluggish hiring activity in telecom, insurance and realty sectors amid economic uncertainties and rising inflationary pressures, says job portal Naukri.com.

Indian corporate hiring activity dipped 5% in July

Online hiring by Indian corporate companies dropped by 5 percent in July despite a six-month strong momentum in the overall job market, says a recent survey by recruitment services firm Monster India.

UP madrasas change syllabus to better job prospects

To improve the job prospects of madrasa students, the Uttar Pradesh Board of Madrasa Education has changed its syllabus and made English, Hindi, Urdu and computers compulsory.

Pune most promising for hiring prospects; Delhi disappoints

Most cities in the country have seen a considerable improvement in the hiring outlook, with Pune showing the highest rise for the January to March period in 2010, says a survey.

US employers worry on retaining top talent: Survey

As the economy is showing signs of recovery, majority of American companies are turning their focus to attract and retain top talent, says a latest survey.