Pharmaceutical sector hiring set for double-digit growth

Srivastava of Boehringer Ingelheim India added that there is strong demand for medicine and other health products in India.

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Private equity hiring peaks as several senior executives start their own funds

The Indian PE industry hired around 130 people across levels in 2016, 15% more than the previous year, with the churn rate much higher at the senior levels.

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Hiring likely to see 10-15 per cent growth in 2017: TimesJobs

Nearly 45 per cent organisations said jobs opportunities will be maximum in metro cities, including, Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Chennai

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FY16 most productive year for staff hiring: report

However, the impact at the margin on account of demonetisation could slow down the pace of job creation towards the end of FY17.

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'Significant' decline in job background check discrepancy: Report

The report looks at discrepancies with respect to four major areas — employment, education, reference and address. Employment check has the highest discrepancy (10.06 per cent).

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Changes in labour laws can raise formal employment to 40 per cent

According to TeamLease, the current labour regulations not only make things difficult for job creators, it does little in protecting employees.

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More men likely to quit job due to bullying at workplace

One way of bullying is that your colleagues or your boss impede your ability to do your job properly, make changes to your work or hand the fun and important

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New year may remain challenging for job seekers, pay hikes

The hiring outlook for India got a significant blow post- demonetisation and segments like real estate, construction, infrastructure and high-end automobiles will be impacted in the longer term, experts said.

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Govt committed to provide job to every hand, says Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

The Union Minister of State for Minority Affairs further said that about 1.04 crore youths were trained through Central Government Programmes and NSDC associated training partners in the private sector.

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Telecom hiring dips on cash crunch, Jio entry

The fall in hiring is complemented by a sharp drop in attrition as telcos optimally utilise existing staff for their core telecom business.

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