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  • Job Interviews: 65% of Candidates Prefer Getting Rejected by Mail, Says Survey
    The survey also reveals that a vast majority of professionals, both active and passive, are interested in hearing from the company after interview and pegs the figure at 46 per cent.
  • Average Salary Hike of 10.8% Likely for Indian Employees: Survey
    According to 2015-16 Asia Pacific Salary Budget Planning report by Towers Watson, a global professional services company, India is clearly the front-runner with a 10.8 per cent average salary increase, ahead of countries like Indonesia (9.5 per cent), China (8.6 per cent) and the Philippines (6.7 per cent).
  • IIT Topper Rejects Corporate Offer, Opts for Research
    Computer science and engineering student Sikhar Patranabis has scored 9.87 and passed out as the highest-ranked graduate this year. He is tipped to get the President of India Gold Medal.
  • Majority of Employees Intend to Switch Jobs Within Year: Survey
    As many as 73 per cent of respondents admitted to appearing for an interview in past 12 months, Michael Page India's 2015 Employee Intentions report said.
  • Hiring Activity Drops in May; Job Momentum to Improve: Naukri
    The Naukri Job Speak Index for the month of May stood at 1,664, recording a 2 per cent dip in hiring activity over May last year. On month-on-month basis the index slumped 4.14 per cent from 1,736 in April.
  • India 2nd Most Optimistic in Hiring, Growth Momentum Slows: Survey
    According to the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey released on Tuesday, out of 5,007 employers across the country, 37 per cent have been bullish about hiring plans, and job seekers are expected to benefit from this robust labour market scene.
  • Recruitment Firms Taking This New Route to Attract Talent
    TeamLease Services senior vice president Kunal Sen said the recruitment firm has developed a smart job app which would allow a job-seeker to apply in less than a minute, including uploading of resume, if required, and allow job-seekers to get updates on their applications.
  • US Starts Accepting Employment Applications of H-4 Visa Holders
    The new rules allow H-4 dependent spouses of certain H-1B non-immigrant workers to request employment authorisation.
  • Job Market Recovery May Take 12-18 Months: Experts
    The latest Labour Bureau survey has also shown a slowdown in the job creation, although there are signs of growth in manufacturing, infrastructure and mining sectors, which are among the major job creators.
  • UPSC to Conduct Civil Services Exam on August 23
    This time the candidates will have the option to choose either the civil services or the Indian Forest Service or both, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has said.
  • Banking Sector Likely to Witness Up to 25% Increase in Hiring
    Hiring in banking sector is expected to go up to 25 per cent this year on the back of a growing economy, policy overhauls and improved business sentiments in the country, say industry experts.
  • MBA Hiring to Grow by 84% This Year Globally: Survey
    The report reveals that 75 per cent of Asia-Pacific companies, including in India, plan to hire recent MBA graduates compared to 69 per cent in 2014.
  • No LTC in Case of Posting in Home Town: Government
    Besides, these employees cannot convert home town LTC to avail special concession scheme to travel to North-East region, Jammu and Kashmir, and Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the Department of Personnel and Training said in an order.
  • More Than Half of Indian Employers Facing Talent Crunch: Survey
    Globally, 38 per cent of employers face talent shortage.
  • Indian-Origin Professionals Most Successful in UK: Study
    According to a detailed analysis of the 2011 census, Indians are the most successful ethnic minority group with 15.4 per cent found in class 1 of eight occupational groups, comprising higher managerial, administrative roles as well as professions like doctors and lawyers.

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