Format: August, 2017

Manish Sabharwal

29 Aug, 2016

Day of the specialist

Public policy requirements of the 21st century demand a bureaucracy less generalist In 1921, a Harvard medical school professor, Lawrence Henderson, wrote that medicine had crossed a “great divide” because “for the first time in human history a random patient with a random disease consulting a doctor at random stands...

4 min's, 16 sec's

Kunal Sen

26 Aug, 2016

Spurious MBA education - a useless, fancy, label

In background checks carried out during 2014 23% of all potential employees that were screened in India showed up a lie or a discrepancy, with more than half of this related to education. This statistic grows at 26% per annum and a lot of it originates in fake degrees and certifications obtained from dubious...

3 min's, 52 sec's

Manish Sabharwal

24 Aug, 2016

Jobs Jumla: How Technology is Upending Modi’s Monumental Plans to Put India to Work

An article in ‘The Wire’ talks about Automation is deindustrialising India, which is not sufficiently innovative to face up to the threats posed by artificial intelligence, nor equipped to build on its mainstay capabilities in agriculture and other traditional industries; along with inputs from Manish Sabharwal....

8 min's, 24 sec's

Manish Sabharwal

24 Aug, 2016

Jobs Jumla: How Technology is Upending Modi’s Monumental Plans to Put India to Work

An article in ‘The Wire’ talks about Automation is deindustrialising India, which is not sufficiently innovative to face up to the threats posed by artificial intelligence, nor equipped to build on its mainstay capabilities in agriculture and other traditional industries; along with inputs from Manish Sabharwal....

8 min's, 16 sec's

Neeti Sharma

23 Aug, 2016

Finding the right match

An article in Mint talks about how companies are using psychometric tests to hire the right talent; along with inputs from Neeti Sharma. Can psychometric tests uncover the real you? Why companies use them during the recruitment process. As a recruiter, be wary if your potential hire has a tendency to make impulse...

5 min's, 50 sec's

Kunal Sen

23 Aug, 2016

Hot jobs for millennials

Research finds that millennials, born between 1981 and 2000, make for top-notch product designers, store promoters, and research specialists. Most employers are well aware that the problem isn't so much attracting Millennials as it is keeping them over a long period of time. To that end, the key is to make it a...

3 min's, 22 sec's

Sudeep Sen

19 Aug, 2016

E-tailers to hire flexi-temp to meet festive rush

An article in Finanical Express talks about how e-retailers will use an additional 50,000 temporary workers this festive season to be able to meet delivery schedules; along with inputs from Sudeep Sen. E-retailers will use an additional 50,000 temporary workers this festive season to be able to meet delivery schedules...

2 min's, 52 sec's

Neeti Sharma

17 Aug, 2016

Students take online route to earn & learn

An article in ET Wealth, talks about how students are taking up online jobs to earn and learn; along with inputs from Neeti Sharma. Studying, making money and gaining experience, all at once. With a world of jobs and business opportunities opening up online, a number of students are earning and learning simultaneously...

3 min's, 21 sec's

Manish Sabharwal and Sonal Arora

16 Aug, 2016

Squeezing hostages

A joint byline by - Manish Sabharwal and Sonal Arora; published in Mint: http://goo.gl/6AhFq5 The Provident Fund Organisation’s cadre restructuring will cost Rs2,000 crore and represents a massive abuse of its monopoly. The eliminating of EPFO’s monopoly, however difficult, is the right thing to do for social security...

4 min's, 6 sec's

Kunal Sen

16 Aug, 2016

SMEs attracting women with offers of greater flexibility

An article in Economic Times and Indian Express talks about how SME sector is opening up to hire women across sectors; along with inputs from Kunal Sen. A mix of greater flexibility, more mentoring and a personalised management style is attracting more and more women, especially those who are restarting their career...

2 min's, 4 sec's

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