IIM Indore concludes placement for EPGP students with average salary of Rs 24.10 lpa
The EPGP is an intensive one-year full-time residential MBA program designed for executives with minimum 5 years of work experience. The EPGP Class of 2020 completed its international immersion module entitled “Advanced Leadership Program” during September-October, 2019 at SDA Bocconi in Milan, Italy.
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Seven out of 10 workers lost employment during lockdown in Karnataka: Survey
The survey covered self-employed, casual, and regular wage and salaried workers and it released the findings for Karnataka on Thursday. Seventy-six per cent of urban workers and 66 per cent of rural workers lost their employment, the survey findings said.
Only 40% jobseekers think layoffs won't happen, finds survey
Around 50% of job seekers said they are utilising this time to focus on up-skilling, as per a survey.
Lok Sabha passes bill to cut salaries of MPs by 30 percent
Lok Sabha on Tuesday passed a bill to reduce for one year the salaries of MPs by 30 per cent "to meet the exigencies arising out of Covid-19 pandemic".
India's young white-collar workers are front-row in the firing line
People aged 15-24 years will be much harder hit than adults in the immediate crisis and face a higher risk of longer-term economic and social costs.
No hiring freeze: Companies hunting top talent despite salary, job cuts
More than 200 director-level and above posts were available over the past week, according to Xpheno, a staffing firm that compiles data from job portals, LinkedIn and company sites.
Back to the paddy fields, coronavirus smashes Indian middle-class dreams
In the COVID-19 pandemic, India's economy is forecast to shrink by 4.5% this year, according to the International Monetary Fund. At least 400 million Indian workers are at risk of falling deeper into poverty, according to the International Labour Organization.
Organised private sector plans layoff, salary cut amid COVID-19 crisis: Report
Among the surveyed organizations, 73 per cent said they have plans to decrease the salary of employees, 57 per cent said this layoff is temporary, while 21 per cent said they are doing permanent layoffs for at least 2 years.
Vistara CEO Leslie Thng says no layoffs; salary cuts to be reviewed in January 2021
Vistara's Chief Executive Officer Leslie Thng told that there have been no job cuts at the airline in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Without salary since March, maths teacher in Delhi sells bags for living
Weekly markets in the national capital, which remained shut since March-end due to the coronavirus lockdown, reopened on Monday after the Delhi government allowed it till August 30 on a trial basis.
Supreme Court disposes of plea seeking payment of salary to doctors, healthcare workers
A bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan said the high court had already taken suo motu cognizance of multiple media reports about the non payment of salary.
Five in 10 organisations across industries keeping their salary increment budgets unchanged: Survey
According to the survey, five in 10 companies have deferred or suspended their promotion schedule; at the same time a downward trend on promotions numbers across all job levels was observed wherein 33% of organisations admitted to having reduced it. However, most organisations in IT/ITES, life sciences/pharma and retail sector have refrained from any downwards trend in overall promotion cycle.