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Friday, March 28, 2008

Indian Business | Jobs Sector Latest Updates

With increase in Fdi's there have been a lot of growth in job sector in India and it has been predicted that in 2008 hospitality industry would provide largest job oppurtunities ahead of the IT sector which has been market leader in providing jobs to fresh graduates and use them as tech coolies. also update yourself with latest updates from Auto Sector Updates Jobs Sector Updates Energy Sector Updates Media sector Updates Entertainment Sector Updates Telecom Sector Updates Banking Sector Updates Finance Sector Updates Healthcare Sector Updates Biotech Sector Updates Pharmaceuticals Sector Updates - and get the comprehensive news about growth of indian economy.
Job Sector Latest Updates / Latest Jobs Openings:

April 2008 Jobs Updates :

  • ICSI targets to create pool of 50000 professionals by 2015 - (20/4/2008)
  • IT industry goes slow on hiring, courtesy US slowdown - (19/4/2008)
  • Govt set to outsource recruitment for jobs - (19/4/2008)
  • Gokak to recruit 400 hearing and speech impaired personnel - (18/4/2008)
  • Australian bank to shift 500 jobs to India - (18/4/2008)
  • Qatar set to ease sponsorship laws for foreign workers - (18/4/2008)
  • SC, HC judges discuss 10-fold salary increase - (18/4/2008)
  • IIT-M grads prefer old economy to new - (18/4/2008)
  • Executive hiring set to slow in Asia - (17/4/2008)
  • IITians prefer India over foreign nations for career avenues - (16/4/2008)
  • Overall global employment expected to increase by around 40 mn - (16/4/2008)
  • Infosys workforce to cross 100,000 mark this year - (16/4/2008)
  • Malaysia to stop using foreign workers, says minister - (16/4/2008)
  • Indians top Norway list of skilled workers - (16/4/2008)
  • KPMG to add 2,000 more employees in India by ’10 - (15/4/2008)
  • CSIR unveils incentives for its scientists - (13/4/2008)
  • Sixteen GNDU students placed with Tech Mahindra - (12/4/2008)
  • Labour Commissioner asks for implementing minimum wages - (12/4/2008)
  • Andhra Pradesh starts overseas recruitment agency - (12/4/2008)
  • Nath aims to bring 1 crore new jobs - (12/4/2008)
  • Indians not paid for seven months in Kuwait - (11/4/2008)
  • Bihar's highest migrant earnings come from Delhi - (11/4/2008)
  • Failing to recruit qualified engineers, UK firm turns to India - (11/4/2008)
  • Bill to impose sanctions against nations who refuse to take back illegal migrants - (11/4/2008)
  • RIL's Jamnagar refinery is a rich well of talent - (11/4/2008)
  • Indians may get a quick passage to Canada - (11/4/2008)
  • Salaries of management graduates jump 22% this year: Report - (9/4/2008)
  • Diverse backgrounds find favour with employers - (9/4/2008)
  • Temporary staffers continue to find favour with India: Study - (9/4/2008)
  • Innovation is the key for retaining talent too - (9/4/2008)
  • 107 officers seek pre-mature retirement in 15 days - (8/4/2008)
  • Indian finance executives get highest pay hike in Asia - (8/4/2008)
  • Pvt life insurance cos in the hunt for sales team leaders - (8/4/2008)
  • No slowdown impact on B-School placements - (8/4/2008)
  • Expats make up 99 per cent of private sector staff
  • Job losses hit; recession fears begin to haunt
  • Defence ministry to look into pay problems: Antony
  • PSUs seek freedom to fix variables like allowances and perks
    - HUL AGM okays higher pay for honchos

    - MIC seeks 8% job quota for Malaysian Indians

    - India plans joint labour management system with UAE, Bahrain

    - HUL announces performance-linked bonus for staff

    - Value of Indian workers' wages in Gulf may fall

    - Indian doctors, nurses in demand in UK, US

    - ISB 2008 batch gets Rs 19 lakh average placement offer

    - Orissa police personnel demand salary hike

    - Accentia to increase headcount to 5,500 by end of FY09

    - Samsung to hire 2,000 engineers by 2010

    - More ISB graduates join crorepati club

    - Lack of skilled manpower threat to PE companies

    - Sushma Nath to be new expenditure secy

    - Shareholders fret as PSU employees celebrate pay hike

    - Coffee chain growth makes brewing a better career option

    - Law firms hike salaries to retain talent as foreign cos troop in

    - Sushma Nath to be new expenditure sectary

    - Expats warm up to growth sectors as salaries zoom

    - India, Kuwait agree on model contract for jobseekers

    - Govt employees to get effective salary hike of 28%

    - Flexible hours will help women take care of kids

    - Pay panel's performance-based scheme to energise employees

    - No more 'Sahayaks' for Para-Military officers: Pay Commission

    - Haryana to implement 6th Pay Commission recommendations

    - NTPC to step up hiring of engineers

    - IT cos, investment banks eye economics graduates

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