Gujrat Public Holidays Notification

General Administration Department Notification Dated 18th October 2017

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West Bengal - List of Holidays 2018

Declaration of Holidays by Governor dated : 22nd September, 2017

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Government of Andhra Pradesh Abstract

Holidays - General holidays & Optional holidays for the year 2018 - Declared

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Government of Goa Public Holidays Notification

GAD Notification Dated : 12/10/17

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Government of Tamil Nadu 2018

Declaration of Holidays Dated : 7th November 2017

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Notification on Combined Online Annual Return in Andhra Pradesh

The Andhra Pradesh (Issuance of Integrated Registration and Furnishing of Combined Returns under various Labour Laws by certain Establishments) Act, 2015 – Amendment to Form - B- Notification –Issued

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Andaman & Nicobar Island Minimum Wages

Notification  on the Andaman And Nicobar Islands Minimum Wages Notification 

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EPF circular regarding disbursement of benefit to eligible members under the PMRPY/ PMPRPY schemes


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Schedule of Holidays in all government offices for Government of West Bengal, for the year 2017

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ESIC has raised the monthly wage limit of employees from Rs.15,000/- to Rs 21,000/- for contribution and coverage purpose and this will be effective from 1st January 2017.

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Jharkhand - Minimum rate of wages revised under Minimum Wages Act,1948

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West Bengal - Minimum rate of wages revised under Minimum Wages Act,1948

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Tripura - Minimum rate of wages for Tripura revised under Minimum Wages Act,1948

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Schedule of Holidays in all government offices for Government of Assam, for the year 2017

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Schedule of Holidays in all government offices under Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi, for the year 2017

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AP Intergrated Online Returns notification

AP Labour Department introduced FORM B (Combined Online Annual Return) under various Legislations and the same to furnished on or before 30th June every year.

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Salary Primer 2017-Part 2

The jury is out on whether the major government initiatives of today and tomorrow – particularly, Demonetization and Goods and Services Tax – will propel the economy and, more importantly, create jobs. What is evident already is that investments – private and foreign – are the prime mover revving up the jobs engines of today.

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Salary Primer 2017-Part 1
MOOC in Apprenticeship For Employability & Employment

The MOOC in Apprenticeship report delves into the two most impetuous forces of doing and learning – Apprenticeships and MOOC – and attempts to unravel the ensuing benefits of employability and productivity for businesses. It does so with along with the help of an analytical toolset comprising of an Apprenticeship Index and an Employability Index.

Learning-by-doing and learning-while-earning. Doctrines that we, as a nation, paid scant regard to are coming home to roost. Over the past 25 years as India transformed itself and hurtled through a series of events and opportunities – economic reforms, the IT and ITeS revolution, the financial crisis, demographic dividend and, now, the knowledge economy – we have come to pause and stare at jobless growth. This, even as 13 million new entrants throng the workforce every year.

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The net employment outlook for the imminent six months April 2017-September 2017.

The report aims to :
•Measure trends in hiring sentiment across the country, and estimate Job Growth, by city and sector.
•Drill across geographies, business size and hierarchy to provide additional dimensions of the statistic.
•Identify the key drivers of hiring sentiment at a ‘big-picture’ as well as sector-level.
Note: The Employment Outlook and Job Growth statistics need to be read together for each sector for better understanding of the trends.

Employment Outlook dips sharply, by 6 percentage points, for the forthcoming half year, April – September, 2017. Sectors are equally split between positive and negative hiring sentiment as they gradually recover from the after-effects of demonetization
•Sentiment is negative across geographies, but tier-2 cities more so (6 points down) than the rest. Employers are scaling down Entry (8 points down) and Mid level (5 points down) hiring quite drastically, and Senior level hiring is up significantly (5 points up).
•Large businesses are the least affected and are set to hire more during the coming half year (sentiment up 3 points), while the sentiment for small businesses is substantially down (10 points). Medium sized businesses plan to hire less as well (sentiment down 3points).
•IT, Engineering and Blue Collar roles gain prominence as sentiment for these improve by 4, 2 and 2 points respectively. Lesser Sales and Marketing jobs would be created over the next six months as employer sentiment is significantly down (7 and 5 points respectively).
•The Financial Services sector makes the most of the cashless environment with a 5 point increase in hiring sentiment. Healthcare & Pharma and Knowledge Process Outsourcing improve further (3points each) on their consistent track record. Construction & Real Estate and Manufacturing, Engineering and Infrastructure are the worst affected (8 and 5 points down, respectively).

The top three sectors (by city) in terms of employment outlook growth are -
•Mumbai: : Financial Services (5%) | Telecommunication (3%) | Healthcare & Pharma (2%)
•Delhi: Financial Services | Ecommerce & internet startups | KPO (4% each)
•Bangalore: KPO (4%) | Ecommerce & internet startups (3%) | Financial Services (3%)
•Kolkata: Financial Services (3%) | Media & Entertainment (3%) | Educational Services (2%)
•Chennai: Financial Services (3%) | Telecommunication (3%) |Retail (2%)
•Pune: Telecommunication (4%) | Ecommerce & internet startups (4%) | KPO (3%)
•Hyderabad: Media & Entertainment (5%) | Financial Services (4%) |Ecommerce & internet startups (3%)
•Ahmedabad: Agrochemicals | Retail | Travel & Hospitality (2% each)

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