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2018

  • How to motivate performers who have lost interest at work

  • E-commerce boom: More jobs, better salaries and more in 2019

  • No immediate job cuts at GSKCH, but concerns remain after HUL buy

  • Women hard to come by in Centre’s PSUs

  • Your star CEO may not be a spotless leader

  • Data analytics industry suffers skill gap

  • Firms ask govt to reimburse 13 weeks maternity leave wages for all

  • Here's How You Don't Let Love Sabotage Your Workplace

  • Payday panic: Delayed salaries increasingly becoming common in corporate India

  • 2 years of DeMo: 60% jobs restored, but employment in unorganised sector stays muted

  • Unemployment rate highest in 2-years: CMIE

  • Labour Pain: Unemployment Rate reaches 2-year High at 6.9%

  • Study finds unemployment rate at 6.9%, a 2-year high

  • Millennials learn to find their feet in a new city

  • Over 60,000 job losses likely in telecom sector; freshers from campuses may be preferred, says study

  • Five ways to grow in your career without a mentor

  • Acquiring Talent? Here is How Entrepreneurs Can Improve Their Interviewing Skills

  • After higher inflation, real salary increase to be lesser in 2019

  • Big CEO churn at private banks leaves search firms troubled

  • Gujarat migrant labour tussle: Infrastructure, construction sector to be hit

  • Mass exodus of employees: Can HR pre-empt it?

  • BoB, Vijaya and Dena mega merger to lead to job losses?

  • Let’s talk about that annoying colleague

  • Latest Updates On Premature Withdrawal From EPF (Employees' Provident Fund)

  • ‘It’s a sweatshop’: Behind the glamour of India’s startups is a culture of all work, no play

  • “It’s a sweatshop”: The ugly truth behind working at an Indian startup

  • Five ways to win confidence of a new boss

  • New telecom policy set to put the sector back on tracks

  • Stay interviews are here

  • Here’s How To Prepare For Your First Performance Appraisal

  • Ready For A Promotion? How Do You Tell Your Boss About It?

  • Tech companies to create fewer jobs this year

  • Software services industry to create only 2.5 lakh jobs this year

  • AI boom in India leads to drop in hiring at software firms

  • Fewer people to be hired this year by Tech companies

  • IT companies may create 50,000 fewer jobs this year, says report

  • If you have no problem talking to strangers, you can lead a team of coders

  • How companies can address aggressive social media behaviour by employees

  • Caught in Reliance Jio's fire: Job cuts at Nokia, Ericsson & Huawei

  • GST gives initial push to jobs, actual numbers may reflect in 2-3 years

  • How do positions in the C-suite get filled?

  • Humour at the hiring table

  • Hospitals, clinics turn to hiring agencies for acquisition of talent

  • Overworked? Five ways to tell your boss you have too much on your plate

  • 5 ways to ensure your employer sees you as 'go-getter' and not a 'lagger'

  • A Losing Battle

  • Returning to the home industry after change, now on a high

  • 3 Ways Predictive Analytics is Changing Recruitment Practices

  • Five ways to be a self-starter at work

  • Affected workers to be redeployed, says telecom secy Aruna Sundararajan

  • Airtel pink slips to 50% of Telenor India staff

  • Why download an app when you can build one

  • The Leader has to Nurture the Managerial Talent in the Organization

  • Social media becomes platform for hiring

  • How technology is enabling new age employee wellness programs

  • Telecom Sector To Create 10 Million Jobs In 5 years

  • Telecom sector to create 10 mn jobs in 5 years: TSSC

  • Employment opportunities in telecom sector to go up by 10 million in next 5 years

  • Over 1 Crore Jobs in Telecom Sector in Next 5 Years, Says TSCC

  • Telecom sector to create 10 mn jobs in next 5 years: TSSC

  • Telecom sector to create 10 mn jobs in next five years: Telecom Sector Skill Council

  • Telecom sector to create 10 million jobs in next 5 years: TSSC

  • Telecom sector to create 10 mn jobs in next 5 years: TSSC

  • Telecom sector to create 10 million jobs in next 5 years: Telecom Sector Skill Council

  • Telecom sector to create 10 mn jobs in next five years: Skilling council

  • 3.75 lakh jobs could be up for grabs in core sectors this year

  • Telecom sector to create 10 mn jobs in next 5 years, says TSSC

  • Experienced workforce take to agri-based jobs

  • Job opportunities in smaller towns show promise: Report

  • Coimbatore climbs up in job market as Chennai fizzles out

  • 5 ways retain best performers

  • Is there a threat to talent mobility in India?

  • 'Crowdsourced' recruitment gaining momentum: Experts

  • 'Crowdsourced' recruitment gaining momentum: Experts

  • Crowdsourced recruitment gaining momentum: Experts

  • 'Crowdsourced' recruitment gaining momentum: Experts

  • 'Crowdsourced' Recruitment Gaining Momentum, but Hurdles Remain: Experts

  • Recruiters find senior level hiring a challenge

  • Senior Level Job Candidates Look For 20-40% Hike, Finds Survey

  • Senior Level Job Candidates Look For 20-40% Hike, Finds Survey

  • Recruiters find senior level hiring a challenge: Survey

  • Recruiters find senior level hiring a challenge: Survey

  • Jobs: Hiring Senior-Level Management Difficult For Recruiters

  • A mixed bag: Schemes encouraging but budget unclear on execution and sources

  • Union Budget 2018: ​India Ready for Universal Basic Income, Govt Should Implement It Over 2 Years: Former RBI Governor Bimal Jalan

  • Jobs Being Displaced due to Technology, but New Jobs Will Outnumber the Ones Lost: Suresh Prabhu

  • Telecom sector faces large scale layoffs in 2017; job cuts to continue in 2018, says CIEL HR Services Report

  • Telecom to lose more jobs; on course to cull 90,000 more: Report

  • Telecom Is Bleeding Jobs - Lost 40,000 Jobs In 2017, Will Probably Lose Another 50,000 Soon

  • Why telecom is the coldest job market now in India

  • Telecom sector to see another 90,000 job cuts: Report

  • India's Telecom Sector To Slash 80K-90K Jobs

  • 50,000 Indian telecom workers to lose jobs in 2018

  • Job Losses In Telecom Sector Might Touch 90,000 Mark

  • Telecom Sector To Lose 90,000 Jobs By September, Says Report

  • Telecom sector, facing lower profits, to cut 90,000 more jobs in 6-9 months: Report

  • Salary hikes in India Inc to hover around 8-10%, IT may see lower increments

  • Salary hikes in India Inc to hover around 8-10%, IT may see lower increments

  • Telecom to lose more jobs; on course to cull 90,000 more

  • Telecom loses 40,000 jobs since 2017, may cull 50,000 more

  • Telecom to lose more jobs; on course to cull 90,000 more: Report

  • Telecom to lose more jobs; on course to cull 90,000 more

  • Group training, HR engagement will make way for personalised attention

  • Fields Indian techies can skill themselves in to survive the IT bust

  • These are the Indian tech jobs that aren’t disappearing in 2018

2017

  • Robots, humans to fight for new jobs: Experts

  • Sabbaticals: The good, the bad and the ugly

  • Now you will have to impress a machine to get hired

  • Bot is the new boss

  • No WhatsApp for office use, firms take to pvt customised apps

  • Indian Firms Are Now Using AI-Based Bots To Recruit Candidates

  • Five ways to tell your boss you have too much work

  • At some Indian firms, job seekers must impress bots first—not the boss

  • Stay interviews -- Companies' new tool to stop high-performers from quitting

  • Ways to deal with subtle bullying at work

  • Working from home? Companies are warming up to the idea, but at slow pace

  • Blind Hiring: The strategy companies in India follow for entry-level jobs

  • Blind Hiring' Slowly Gaining Ground In India, Say Experts

  • Blind Hiring' Slowly Gaining Ground In India, Say Experts

  • Blind hiring catching on in India to avoid biases: Experts

  • Blind hiring catching on in India to avoid biases: Experts

  • Five ways to structure a feedback conversation

  • 5 ways to end workplace discrimination

  • The feminist view: How sweet but what's the catch?

  • Welcome to the Boss' club

  • IT stares at its biggest job meltdown ever

  • Down 12%, Chennai private jobs see sharpest fall among metros

  • Job growth to trip on GST, demonetisation

  • The terrifying prospect of more job losses

  • From finance to retail, corporates hunt for blockchain experts

  • Loose your desk - working nomads

  • And now, a résumé verification industry

  • ‘Anybody can code’: Landing an IT job in India will require new skills

  • 2 Lakh IT Jobs At Risk, But Some Hope For Laid-Off Techies

  • New opportunities to absorb 50% laid off IT employees: Survey

  • About 50% Of Laid Off Techies Will Be Re-Skilled: Survey

  • New opportunities to absorb 50% laid off IT employees: Survey

  • Artificial intel eating up jobs in e-commerce

  • 50% of the sacked IT staff to get other opportunities: Survey

  • New opportunities to absorb 50% laid off IT employees: Survey

  • 50% laid-off IT employees to be absorbed by new opportunities: Survey

  • Don't Worry Techies, 50% Of Laid Off IT Sector Workers Will Be Re-Skilled

  • 50% laid-off IT employees will be re-skilled and transferred to other avenues: Survey

2016

  • CIEL HR Services plans 100 branch offices by the end of 2016

  • CIEL HR Services plans 100 branch offices by the end of 2016

  • CIEL HR Services plans 100 branch offices by the end of 2016

  • CIEL HR Services plans 100 branch offices by the end of 2016

  • CIEL HR Services plans 100 branch offices by the end of 2016

  • CIEL HR Services plans 100 branch offices by the end of 2016

  • CIEL HR Services plans 100 branch offices by the end of 2016

  • KPR backed CIEL launches franchisee model for HR services

  • CIEL HR Services plans 100 branch offices by the end of 2016

  • CIEL HR Services plans 100 branch offices by the end of 2016

  • CIEL HR Services scales up, eyes 100 offices by 2016-end

  • CIEL HR Services scales up, eyes 100 offices by 2016-end

  • CIEL HR Plans to Expand

  • CIEL HR Services scales up, eyes 100 offices by 2016-end

  • Who are the creators of Big Data jobs

  • Online Networks and Social Media most effective...

  • Online Networks and Social Media are the most effective...

  • Survey finds latest trends, hurdles in talent acquisition

  • Online Networks and Social Media are the most effective...

  • Online Networks and Social Media are the most effective...

  • Online Networks and Social Media are the most effective...

  • Online Networks and Social Media are the most effective...

  • Social media most effective tool in branding employer

  • Budget 2016-17 expectations from Aditya Narayan Misra...

  • Who are the labour laws...

  • Budget expectations - by Aditya Narayan Misra...

  • Online Networks&Social Media are the most effective...

  • Start-Ups : what should be the HR priorities?

  • Back to his core competence: hiring

  • CIEL HR Services: Mr. K. Pandia Rajan & Latha Rajan, founders...

  • Online Networks and Social Media are the most effective...

  • Employment contracts are changing, here’s what you should know

  • Tested and tried

  • Manage with care

  • It’s time to show exit interviews the door

  • Surveys report increased hiring: An illusion or a reality?

  • Social Sabbatical: Learning with
    humility

  • E-commerce bubble burst? Retail companies...

  • Retail companies seeing attrition rate for sales executives...

  • 5 ways to deal with a dismissive boss

  • Eat, Pray, Love at India Inc

  • Talent deficit can derail Make in India programme

  • Gaming industry looks at teen-talent for hiring

  • 5 ways to deal with overwhelming workload

  • New career opportunities stem from life sciences

  • Now, ‘Zero Bench’ comes to the rescue of techies

  • Now, ‘Zero Bench’ comes to the rescue of techies

  • Talent Crunch Forces Firms To Hire ‘Boomerang Employees’

  • Talent crunch leading firms to boomerang employees

  • Talent crunch leading firms to 'boomerang employees'

  • Talent crunch leading firms to 'boomerang employees'

2015

  • Ma Foi founder Pandiarajan starts second innings...

  • Ma Foi founder launches new HR company

  • Ma Foi founder Pandia Rajan re-enters HR business

  • Ma Foi founders return, launch analytics based HR services company

  • Ma Foi Pandiarajan back in HR business

  • Ma Foi Founder Pandia Rajan to Re-enter HR Business

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