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62% Indians more satisfied with work conditions: Survey

62% Indians more satisfied with work conditions: Survey

Employees in India, 62 percent, are far more satisfied with their work conditions compared to those in Asia Pacific, as per a survey.

Sebi provides clarity on insider trading norms

Sebi has said that insider trading regulations would be applicable on all "connected persons" and not just on persons designated by the board of a company.

Finance Ministry warns employees of action for critising govt policies

Finance Ministry warns employees of action for critising govt policies

The Finance Ministry has warned employees of disciplinary action if they criticise the government or its policies.

Networking can enhance rapport between employers, employees

Networking can enhance rapport between employers, employees

In a recent study, researchers report that offering opportunities for workers to network with their colleagues can reduce the likelihood of turnover by 140 percent.

Majority of women, men prefer younger bosses: Survey

Majority of women, men prefer younger bosses: Survey

Youngsters are considered less patriarchal and more sensitive towards gender parity.

Facebook train employees on how to manage political bias

Facebook train employees on how to manage political bias

"Facebook plans to add a section on 'political bias' to its class on 'managing bias.' All Facebook executives and many employees have taken the class which focuses on identifying and neutralising racial, age, gender and other types of bias," Wall Street Journal quoted Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer, Facebook, as saying. 
 

Employees use social media to kill mental fatigue: Survey

Employees use social media to kill mental fatigue: Survey

Nearly 34 percent of the people surveyed said they use social media at work to take a mental break from their job, revealed a Pew Research Centre survey of 2,003 US adults.

Twitter offers bonuses to employees to retain them

Twitter offers bonuses to employees to retain them

In a bid to prevent staff departure, Micro-blogging site Twitter Inc has been offering additional restricted stock and cash bonuses to its employees.

Genius! Bill Gates kept tab on employees by memorising their license plates

Genius! Bill Gates kept tab on employees by memorising their license plates

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates in his early career monitored employees' work hours by memorising their license plates to keep a track of them.

DNA: Analysis of Finland's plan to give every citizen 800 euros a month

Authorities in Finland are considering giving every citizen a tax-free payout of €800 (£576) each month - equivalent to 58,000 in indian currency.

Beware! Your boss can now snoop on your private chats

Beware! Your boss can now snoop on your private chats

Companies can now snoop on employees' private messages on email and messaging services within work hours.

Employees no more inclined to start-ups, want to switch: Survey

Employees no more inclined to start-ups, want to switch: Survey

The best of the best talents once eagerly joined startups, but after a year or so, a majority of professionals seem desperate to leave for more established players.

90% employees complain about salary disparity: Survey

According to a survey by JobBuzz.In, the employer rating platform from TimesJobs.Com, employees believe their companies pay external hires and favourites more.

Qualcomm preparing to layoff as many as several thousand employees: Tech website

Qualcomm Inc is preparing to layoff as many as several thousand employees, tech website The Information reported on Monday.

Hiring activities likely to grow up to 15% in FY16: Survey

About 51 per cent respondents surveyed believe there will be a hiring growth of up to 15 per cent this fiscal, according to the Genius Hiring-Attrition & Compensation Trend Survey: 2015-16.

Companies facing tough time to retain workers; 82% employees intend to switch jobs within a year

With a new wave of career opportunities in the country, employees are more likely to switch jobs in the next one year, according to a survey.

4 out of 5 employees plan to pursue new career in 2015: Report

Career development options need to be improved internally by organisations to prevent talent exodus, as 4 out of 5 employees are planning to pursue new job opportunities in 2015, says a report.

Indian employees to see 10.9% salary hike in 2015: Report

Employees in India will see their salaries increase by an average of 10.9 per cent in 2015, the third highest pay rise in Asia after Pakistan and Vietnam, says an ECA International report.

11,500 startups to come up in India by 2020: Report

Nasscom President R Chandrashekhar said 300 VC/PE (venture capital and private equity) and 225 angel investments deals amounting to over USD 2 billion had been made in India.

Jobs gallore in ecommerce space;1.5 lakh jobs likely in 2-3 years

The current estimated size of the industry is about Rs 18,000 crore and is expected to reach Rs 50,000 crore by 2016.