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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.

Study discovers that employers are more inclined towards hiring thin women

Study discovers that employers are more inclined towards hiring thin women

A recent research has found that employers are more likely to hire a woman with a lower BMI.

EPFO asks field offices to receive PF dues through e-mode only

EPFO asks field offices to receive PF dues through e-mode only

Retirement fund body EPFO has asked its over 120 field offices across the country to ensure that all employers are depositing their PF contributions only through electronic mode by using the Internet banking.

Post your best photo on Facebook for that elusive job!

Post your best photo on Facebook for that elusive job!

According to a new research, employers are using social media platforms like Facebook to screen job candidates. 

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.

Now, withdraw PF money without employers’ permit

Moving a step closer to online settlement of PF withdrawal claims, the Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) has allowed its subscribers to file their applications directly to the retirement fund body without employers' attestation.

Companies looking at new ways to retain best talent: Report

Moving away from traditional retention schemes, employers are exploring new alternatives to check exodus of talent from their organisations, according to ManpowerGroup Solutions.

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.

India ranks 4th in APAC in terms of resume fraud

As the employers in India have intensified the recruitment drive in the last quarter, the percentage of discrepancies found in the screening process has also increased year-on-year, according to a recent report.

Analysis, data mining most sought after skills in 2014

Skills for data mining, statistical analysis and storage system were among the most sought after this year by employers, according to professional networking site LinkedIn.

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.

''Job market outlook to brighten in 2014-15''

According to the survey conducted by HeadHonchos.Com, a job search and career portal, 84.1 percent employers expect new job creations this year.

Most outrageous excuses employees give for arriving to work revealed

A study by online career site CareerBuilder revealed that frozen car keys and bear attacks top this year’s list of the most outrageous excuses for arriving to work late, Live Science reported.

Employers to face challenge in finding highly qualified people

Employers in India are facing challenges in finding highly qualified people and this trend is set to continue for the next three years, says a latest survey.