Corporate culture post pandemic is more dynamic today than before, and businesses will undoubtedly need to do substantial financial and time investments in their culture in order to be competitive in the post-pandemic job market.
The Indian IT sector is on a massive recruitment drive. Record low attrition rates mean that companies shall award more opportunities to freshers.
From basic IT work to major tech initiatives, India’s cutting-edge technology has paved a long-term path for technological associations with the world’s biggest banks.
Dell technologies improves its current total reward program as an important step towards employee wellbeing.
Insurtech startup Acko has received a much-needed boost toward achieving their aim of making the process of buying insurance as accessible, affordable, and effortless as possible. Funding from companies like Amazon and Munich Re Ventures has assured Acko a spot on the top.
The Recruiter.com and Beeline partnership will open doors for many job opportunities in the market, as it will help the recruiters meet their extended workforce requirements through the contingent workforce solutions focused on a diversity-based approach.
Microsoft’s latest research shows that combining AI with skilling initiatives helps employees be more effective at their job. Increased AI adoption at work delivers better customer service, leading to continuous learning and development and the success of the business.
Google decided to give an extra day off, making it a long weekend for its employees to manage their home priorities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Speaking about the ease of working from home, it is evident how successful this experiment will be in the long-term. The significant reduction in cost has pushed many companies into considering it as a permanent arrangement.