GLOBAL TALENT STREAM
Pay-to-performance may make it tough for banks to lure top talent
The mandate, intended to motivate the top management and make it more responsible, may instead end up reducing the lure of banking sector among domestic and global professionals, some experts warned even while others welcomed the new pay guidelines based on “pay for performance principle”.
Tech talent at B-schools set to score high this placement season
Students with engineering degrees, especially those from the computer scienc...
Organisations have become better at planning their talent needs strategically rather than responding tactically: Mario Ferraro
Many Asian org...
Catenon expands to Singapore, bets on ASEAN tech talent opportunity
The need for tech talent across the world has been exponentially growing as every industry digitises itself to stay relevant, competitive and ensure it works on real-time for its end users. With a vision to be part of the APAC growth story, the Singapore office is envisioned to become a talent gateway between south-east Asia and the rest of the world.
Stream engine: What goes on behind delivering content on OTT platforms
Behind the smooth content delivery on OTT platforms lies a superfast and smart technological production, starring encryption, cloud, compression, CDN & decoding. As Ali Hussein, CEO of Eros Now, puts it: “Amid content and marketing, tech is the underdog that ensures a sublime consumer experience.”
Audi to launch Q8 in India in January
The company has already started taking orders for the vehicle from the weekend as it looks to re-enter the top end of the luxury vehicles segment.
Streaming TV war kicks into high gear with Apple, Disney launches
The new landscape has important implications for longtime segment leader Netflix, which is now locked in a battle with deep-pocketed rivals for actors, directors and producers to win and keep audiences.
Immigration Critical for Growth of Global Economies, says GMAC report
The report examines the role immigration in fueling productivity and growth, the need to support international mobility of talent across borders, and the critical role business schools play as gatekeepers to skilled immigration and talent development.
IT firms building talent to woo non-English markets
The United States and UK markets provide a major portion of revenue for these IT and engineering R&D services companies, but growth is expected to come from non-English-speaking markets, for which language skills will be crucial.
Bazaarvoice to expand global software engineering operations to India
To lead the expansion into India, the firm has appointed Srini Basava to the position of vice-president, software engineering and India country head.
Netflix and Amazon face censorship threat in India: Source
The govt is mulling censorship in view of rising court cases and police plaints against the streaming services.
Netflix says India's mobile-only plan successful, will test it in other markets
Netflix's mobile-only subscription plan for India has been performing better than expected, asserted company's Chief Product Officer. Though, there are over a dozen other players in streaming biz, Netflix has managed to expand its subscriber base.
RSS wants streaming platforms to nix ‘anti-India’, ‘anti-Hindu’ content
ET has learnt RSS has unofficially urged VoD service providers to also show content that brings out the “brighter side of India.”
60 US deans, CEOs write to Donald Trump to ease H-1B curbs
The letter said the US doesn't have the capacity to train enough people with required high-tech skills, and without a change in approach, this would hinder growth. In 2019, the US saw a 13.7% decline in international business school applications.
Rihanna's Savage X Fenty lingerie show to stream on Amazon Prime Video
The singer opened the show that featured women of all sizes and in a range of ethnicities and skin tones.
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