Oh there are laws against it and company policies too! Even so, complaints against sexual harassment – and harassment in other forms – rarely if ever swim up to the top.
You’ve completed your X or XII and you arrive at the campus ready for a fresh start while internally fretting about how you will fund your education. And there you are met by a smiling education counselor who tells you that you can do your course without paying a single penny upfront! Is this possible?
The Employer-Employee-Relationship has evolved over the years. With employers safeguarding themselves from expenditure and litigation on the one hand and employees pushing for the best benefits on the other, the agreement between the employer and the employee has evolved too.
Maternity and care for elders are the top two reasons why women quit. The good news is that while earlier it was for good now it is just a career break. That is not to say it’s easy to jump right back in.
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While the idea of internship itself is not new, there’s a buzz that unpaid internships are unfair. What do you think?
Which industries will survive the pandemic? If you had to name one which would that be?
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Experts talk about new skills to list for a job in the post pandemic era if you want to survive. Here’s a peek.
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The onboarding process helps new hires wade through rioting emotions, confusion, and unfamiliarity, – and come to grips with his new job.
LinkedIn recently conducted a poll on what recruiters and candidates expect from the job market. Take a look at some of the responses.
WHETHER YOU ARE A JOBSEEKER, RECRUITER, OR EMPLOYER, YOU SHOULD KNOW WHAT HR WILL LOOK LIKE IN THE POST PANDEMIC ERA.
The pandemic forced everyone indoors and elevated stress. But that is not quite what this blog is about.
THERE’S NO SUCH THING AS A PERFECT JOB – BUT THIS DOES NOT ALTER THE FACT THAT THERE ARE MANY WHO ARE DISSATISFIED WITH THEIR JOB OR PROFESSION
The job market is competitive. It has always been and will continue to be so, pandemic or no pandemic. While roles, job profiles, scope of work, designations, and virtually everything else can change, one thing that remains constant is the fact that securing your first job – as a graduate, undergrad, or freshman masters – can be daunting and even intimidating.
Every young mind has big dreams – and so they should. But not all dreams are fulfilled – often because of one erroneous decision – that of choosing the career path. Shifting gears is difficult at best and can become the crisis of your life at worse.
With almost everyone around the globe #workingfromhome …. Flexible HR is being touted as the new normal post #coronavirus #lockdown.
What does it mean to the stakeholders?