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Colgate extends scholarship program with online learning app, BYJU's

Colgate, in it's 9th edition of the program offers more than 300 scholarship and free education lessons from BYJU’S.

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The New Organizational Currency: Designing Effective Teams

‘Team’ – a term that has existed, for sure, before dictionaries came into existence but whose importance grew exponentially in the last 40 years. Sometime around the late 20th century, this term found its way into the organization war rooms. Writers such as Belbin, Woodcock, Margerison and McCann, D

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Managing "Diversity in the work place"

As the wave of globalization sweeps across organizations, there is convergence of workforce from diverse countries, cultures, values, age and gender compelling organizations to change not only their policies and practices but also their core framework and culture in order to create conducive environ

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How organisations can prepare a roadmap to reskill employees

Reskill to stay relevant. Technology has disrupted the traditional business environment and is changing the discourse of business methods today. It’s impacting the business processes and skill sets to the extent that many of them are becoming outdated or defunct. In fact, it has compelled business

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Low Job Creation, GST Be Recruiters' Revival.

India adds nearly one crore new workers into the existing workforce, annually -- roughly equivalent to the total population of Czech Republic or Portugal. However, India created just 2.31 lakh jobs in 2016

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What can organizations do to retain the women in their workforce?

Discriminating women at workplace has never changed. But now what can organizations do to retain women in their work force is the main question.

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Millions Of Employees In Healthcare Sector Are At Risk Of Losing Jobs

With price control over cardiac stents and generic prescription proposal, medical device makers and pharmaceutical giants are expected to hand over pink slips to their employees

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India is on a radar from global perspective

Meet Paul Dupuis, new chief executive officer of Randstad India. He took over the company from Murthi. K Uppalari, CEO & MD of Randstad from past 4 years. Dupuis has served the industry for 24 years and worked in Asia, Japan and Korea. He shows distinctive leadership qualities in recruitment and bus

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TATA Motors cuts surplus staff to gain competitive edge

Amid fears of massive job cuts in the IT sector, Tata Motors added another layer of turbulence in the job market. The company, in May, has slashed its managerial workforce by up to 1,500 people as part of an organisational restructuring exercise.

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"We have to make India the skill capital of the world"

Pilot cum politician, Rajiv Pratap Rudy is excited to see the countries such as Afghanistan, Malawi, Bangladesh and Bhutan which are absolutely keen to learn from India’s experiences of skill training. Rudy, union minister of state (independent charge) for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSD

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