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Article on June 06, 2018

Harshvendra Soin appointed as the Chief People Officer of Tech Mahindra

Rakesh Soni, the current Chief People Officer to assume an advisory role in the organization. Soin's appointment will be effective July 1, 2018.

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Haryana government announces 2 per cent hike in DA hike for state govt employees

Making this announcement here, Haryana Finance Minister Abhimanyu said this enhancement would entail an additional financial burden of about Rs 309.54 crore on the state exchequer for 14 months from January 2018 to February 2019 in the financial year 2018-19.

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Give maximum thrust on placement of students says WB Education Minister to private institutes

"Those who are not being able to ensure placement of students, think about it - if you can reduce the four-five branches to one or two. Think about the creation of jobs and employability factor," Chatterjee said.

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Supreme Court allows reservation in promotion for SC/ST employees

"We will say you (Centre) can go ahead with promotion in accordance with law," a vacation bench comprising Justices Adarsh Kumar Goel and Ashok Bhushan told Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Maninder Singh, representing the Centre.

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Current trends within the HR World

Witnessing dramatic changes in how talent is identified, onboard and supported, HR industry has now shifted to more evidence-driven from a traditional HR model. The increasing adoption of HR software has aided to streamline the data analytics process and expedite “Social connections”.

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Winning Stroke: Interview with Pankaj Vermani, Founder & CEO, Clovia

"Always be in an attitude of gratitude. Always stay humble. Always strive for excellence in whatever you do."

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Only a Quarter of Businesses Currently able to Attract Recruits with the Right Knowledge: Epicor Research

Modern ERP, robo-workers, automation, and AI could plug emerging industry skills gap and help businesses get fit for digital transformation

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Whether Employment Disputes can be settled through Arbitration?

Section 10A of the Industrial Disputes Act 1947 (“ID Act”) contains provisions for employers and workmen to voluntarily refer their disputes to arbitration by entering into written agreement. In case of employees not falling within the category of workmen, reference to arbitration can be again voluntary through written agreement executed between the employees and employer. Increasingly, the employers are inserting such arbitration clauses in the employment agreements to resolve future employment disputes.

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