5 ways to shed tag of poor performer

There always a reason why you’re being perceived that way and it is your job to find out the reason. ET talks to experts on how to shed the tag

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‘60% Employers Say Soft Skills Essential for Hiring’

60% employers feel soft skills are very significant while hiring employees but of this, the majority (70%) find it extremely difficult to find these skills.

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Demonetisation is bad news for you if you were planning a job change. Read why

Demonetisation has thrown businesses out of gear and led to a postponement of hiring plans. Sentiment has been cautious amid the ongoing cash crunch.

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Hiring activities jumped 14% jump in November: Survey

The Naukri Job Speak Index for November 2016 stood at 1,817, recording a growth of 14 per cent in recruitments over the same period last year. Among the cities, Pune

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5 ways to quickly get out of a career rut

Once you identify yourself as being in a situation like this, there are certain measures you can take to fix it. Brinda Dasgupta gets tips from experts on how to

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Note ban impact: Jobs market slows, but no disaster yet

Among sectors, there will be no major growth in hiring focus at conventional businesses but it will be different in areas of digital disruption.

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Job market forecast: Take a look at how these 8 sectors will react to note ban in 2017

Experts see mid-size and small players in ecommerce having better growth and hiring plans compared with the bigger players.

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Manpower employment outlook survey predicts slowdown in Q1 hiring activity

While 22% of the 4,930 employers participated in the survey forecast an increase in staffing levels, 1% anticipate a decrease and 59% expect no change, resulting in a Net Employment

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Telcos' hiring slashed as firms battle cost pressures

Vodafone India, the country’s second largest telco, said it will look to hire in areas like technology, business to business (B2B) and digital segments.

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Unemployment Rate Hits Lowest Level Since Financial Crisis

Donald Trump’s presidential victory may have caused some employers to hit the pause button, but not many. In the first jobs report since Trump was elected president, employers added slightly

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