Higher job losses faced by those below 40 years of age not good for recovery: CMIE
Worst still, job losses were concentrated in urban regions, among women, among the relatively younger workers, the graduates and post graduates and the salaried employees, CMIE said in its weekly analysis.
A Budget poser: Will I be able to keep my job in 2021?
It would be safer to expect that jobs wouldn’t come flooding to a job seeker in the ne...
Positive upward trend continues in job market, shows Monster Employment Index
The data indicates that the employment index has remained consi...
2021 Tough Job: Buoyancy in the job market may continue to be missing, but bad news won’t get worse
The Make-in-India drive will bring in some fresh investments but do not bet big on it to create many jobs. For a country that adds 7-10 million new workers every year, all this will be just a drop in the ocean.
New demand-driven scheme in the works to create more entrepreneurs
The plan is to impart entrepreneurship development training to aspiring and existing entrepreneurs for setting up and scaling up their enterprises through 610 entrepreneurship development centres at district levels.
Python, digital marketing, and web development popular among students: Survey
Internshala Trainings, the e-learning arm of Internshala, has brought out a report highlighting the major skills that Indian students learned in 2020, preparing themselves for the career opportunities of 2021. The survey finds that ethical hacking and machine learning training were also popular among students with 15% and 14% enrolments respectively.
EPFO net new enrolments rises 56% to 11.55 lakh in October
Roughly 6.80 lakh members exited and then rejoined EPFO, indicating switching of jobs by subscribers within the establishments covered by EPFO and subscribers choosing to retain membership by transferring funds rather than opting for final settlement.
18.1 million to be employed by direct selling industry by 2025
This proves that the Direct Selling Industry is flourishing and illustrates its potential with the continued rate of growth -- increasing at an impressive rate of 12.1% Y-o-Y.
Embracing new normal, corporates set to step up hiring, appraisals in 2021
The coronavirus pandemic emerged as the biggest inflection point for the Indian job landscape. For the corporates, work-from-home and remote workers became the new normal and for the professionals, online learning and digital skills took centre stage.
Seven in 10 employees now have greater appreciation of benefits, challenges of WFH: Survey
‘Workforce of the Future’, a Cisco-commissioned survey of more than 14,000 respondents across 14 markets in the Asia Pacific, including over 1,000 respondents from India, asked office-based employees for their expectations from employers from 2021 onwards. Results show that employees see this as a watershed moment.
Indian job market sees recovery as 2020 nears closure: Monster Employment Index Report
During the recovery period of August-November 2020, job posting across industries such as Import/Export (15%). Logistic, Courier/Freight/Transportation (14%), Retail (13%), BPO/ITES - 9%, Garments/Textiles/Leather, Gems & Jewellery (8%) improved in comparison to the lockdown period (April-July 2020).
Hiring sentiment to improve in next 3 months
About 8% of the companies surveyed said they would hire more people in the January-March quarter, as per the results of the survey shared with ET.
Skilled freelancers earn top dollar as employers turn to high-end gig economy
As Covid-19 accelerates the shift to on-demand workforce models and employers turn to the high-end gig economy to boost productivity and performance and get projects done, highly skilled freelancers are being paid top dollar.
Quess Corp, a top private employer, sees India jobs rising to pre-Covid levels
“We are seeing a rebound definitely in the employment market,” Ajit Isaac, Quess chairman, said in an interview to Bloomberg TV Monday. “We expect to finish this year close to where we were at the beginning of the year. That is an indication of how the economy is going. I think the worst is over.”