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  • July-2012

    Work-life imbalance

    A research report by Catalyst, Talent Management in India, brings forth a staggering observa...
  • July-2012

    What 'to-do' list!

    A survey of 6,500 professionals by LinkedIn, revealed that 63% of Indian participants regularl...
  • July-2012

    Constant monitoring

    Aiming to prevent security breaches, most employers are expected to monitor their employee's ...
  • July-2012

    Faltering strategies

    Next Generation HR, a Hay group study, underlines the ironic insignificant contribution of HR ...
  • July-2012

    Beyond glass ceiling

    A recent whitepaper by Kelly services highlights that though the ratio of women professionals ...
  • July-2012

    Positive shift in employee engagement

    There is a global positive shift in employee engagement initiatives, as per the Global Engage...
  • May-2012

    Convoluted pension structures

    Mercer UK has unfolded a host of challenges that complicate the defined contribution pension ...
  • May-2012

    Choicest devices at work

    Productivity and flexibility go hand in hand and VMware's 'New Way of Work Study 2012' yet ...
  • May-2012

    On the professionals' radar

    In the era of ever-increasing technological dependence, it is a staggering realization that pr...
  • May-2012

    Peeved yet hopefulů

    Ever-increasing stress in European employees In the wake of ceaseless financial crisis and eve...
  • May-2012

    Changing attitude towards social media

    As suggested by Gartner, less than 30% of large organizations are expected to block social med...
  • May-2012

    Indians are best negotiators

    LinkedIn, the world's largest professional network, surveyed more than 2,000 working professi...
  • Apr-2012

    Now hiring

    The organized sector is set to create 1.6 million new jobs in the coming year, as stated in the...
  • Apr-2012

    Dilemmas of job satisfaction

    The Path Forward, a study by Accenture, reveals the inability of professionals worldwide to swi...
  • Apr-2012

    Checklist for global mobility

    Since most organizations have gradually realized the essence of global talent pools, delegation...

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