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88% employees willing to stay longer if appreciated at work: TimesJobs Survey

88% employees willing to stay longer if appreciated at work: TimesJobs Survey A majority of employees feel underappreciated by their bosses and feel with a little more acknowledgements they would happily work harder and stay on longer in their current jobs November 2, 2016: Being appreciated for one’s work is an excellent motivator that can stem attrition and improve employee morale finds a recent TimesJobs study. Nearly 90% of India Inc. employees say they will stick around longer if they feel appreciated for their work reveals a study by TimesJobs. The study, which surveyed more than 1,600 employees, further reveals that 82% employees are willing to work harder if their bosses appreciate them. “A happy employee is the best brand...
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Millennial Work Ethics: Reshaping the Workplace ? A TimesJobs Study

Millennial Work Ethics: Reshaping the Workplace – A TimesJobs Study 60% of millennials aren’t happy with their current boss, and 80% of them are planning to switch jobs, how will India Inc. manage this? October 25, 2016: Every organization is dealing with millennials now, as consumers, employees and more significantly as future leaders. Millennials account for over half the population of India and are the best-educated generation in India’s history – attracting, engaging, hiring and retaining this talent has become critical to business success today. Nearly 60% millennials are not happy with the leadership styles of their boss.ֲ  Most feel that there are differences in opinion, work styles and comprehension of tasks, among them and their employer. In fact, 70%...
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Dissatisfaction Grows: TimesJobs Job Satisfaction Survey 2016 Results

TimesJobs’ Job Satisfaction Survey 2016 Dissatisfaction with job on the rise, employees blame poor work-life balance: TimesJobs A whopping 60% Indian employees are not satisfied with their current job, 80% are looking out for job change reveals the ‘Job Satisfaction 2016’ survey by TimesJobs October 18, 2016: India Inc. is about to be bumped over by a big challenge ג€“ that of talent retention. The findings of the ‘Job Satisfaction 2016’ survey by TimesJobs.com reveals that 60% employees are not satisfied with their current job and 80% of the participating employees stated that they are looking to switch jobs. Compared to the ‘Job Satisfaction 2015’ survey results there has been a noticeable rise in the level of dissatisfaction. In the...
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TimesJobs reveals what employers look for in a CV

TimesJobs surveyed over 1,100 employers to reveal the most crucial elements that make or break that crucial first impression which makes a CV matter so much in getting the job. October 13, 2016: A CV is the very first point of contact between a job-seeker and an employer – and making this first impression a good one is critical in getting ahead in one’s career. TimesJobs conducted a study to reveal the elements a CV must (& must not) have to be able to grab the employer’s attention and get shortlisted for an interview. In a study of over 1,100 employers, TimesJobs highlights the most crucial elements that matter to recruiters when shortlisting a CV. Most employers prefer a two-page...
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Northeast leads demand growth in September 2016: TimesJobs RecruiteX

Hiring grew by 22% in Meghalaya as north-eastern cities kept up the hiring momentum amid a dull hiring period, reports the latest TimesJobs.com RecruiteX. October 6, 2016: As the major employment hubs encounter a slow hiring phase, north-eastern cities of India lead the talent demand scene during September 2016. Meghalaya and Manipur, in particular, posted significant rise in talent demand during the month. “While there has been no dearth of quality professionals coming from north-east India, however employability within the region has been a tough challenge. With the government’s entrepreneurial promotion policies and other efforts in job creation, industries are overcoming these hurdles. TimesJobs data shows that currently IT-ITeS, consumer durables, FMCG and BFSI industries are primary drivers of this...
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Only 5% employers see a rise in Women Leaders in India: TimesJobs Study

Talks pep-up around diversity, but gender diversity has a long way to go, as just 5% employers are willing to have more women leaders in CXO positions, reveals TimesJobs latest study October 4, 2016: Around 40% organizations anticipate more female employees at the mid level in their workforce, however; only 5% see a rise in number of women at CXO levels reveals the latest TimesJobs Study on Gender Diversity in India. Speaking about the importance of gender diversity Aniruddha Ganguly, Group President HR, GMR states “Emphasis is on diversity at the work place by giving preference to women candidates for critical and senior level roles.” While gender diversity has been the talk-of-the-town, with most leaders stressing the importance and benefits...
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TechGig reveals 5 Big Reasons for Joining Tech Communities

Use it or Lose ‘IT’ – Leveraging ‘IT’ Community Knowledge to remain Cutting Edge TechGig highlights the Top 5 Reasons top IT Professionals join tech communities September 27, 2016: While most IT professionals agree that keeping abreast with the latest in the tech world is a necessity, they also agree that they don’t have the time to keep scanning for the latest information across various disparate sources. This is where niche online communities play an important role. Focused tech communities connect techies in the most interesting and focused ways. They have moved beyond just code submissions now. And are now crowd-sourced platforms for interacting with like-minded people, improving knowhow and sharpening skills to remain cutting edge. So, if as a...
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Pre-festive celebrations for job seekers as hiring surge by 8%: TimesJobs RecruiteX

Healthcare was the top employment generator of the month, as other key sectors of the economy also contributed significantly to the surge in talent demand. September 20, 2016: Just as the festive season begins, its time for job-seekers to celebrate more jobs as hiring finally picks up pace with a 8% surge in August 2016, after witnessing a numb phase for the last two months. Talent demand grew by 8 per cent during August 2016, as hiring activity revived across key sectors, reveals latest RecruiteX, the recruitment index by TimesJobs.com. were the top hiring sectors during August 2016. “The RecruiteX trend for job growth from last year shows a 4% drop during August 2015. A surge of 8% during the...
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TimesJobs study shows salary dissatisfaction common across workforce generations

Over half of all employees feel dissatisfied with their salary September 15, 2016: A study by TimesJobs reveals that 55% Gen Y and 53% Gen Z employees were disappointed with their first drawn salaries. Dissatisfaction with salary is not new however the reasons may have changed with changing aspirations of different generations. “This disappointment with salaries is due to many factors – the lack of a proper benchmark tool is one of the reasons which is not readily acknowledged. However, the thing is, if you can assess your worth basis what the standard payout is in a particular sector for a particular role you will be saved of that disappointment when you actually get the job offer,” says Vikas Deep...
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Dealing with Dropouts – Organizations devise new ways to attract and retain campus talent

The good news is that number of organizations with a dedicated campus recruitment strategy has increased by a whopping 25 per cent since 2013. However, the biggest issue remains with dropouts – TimesJobs reveals how organizations are devising new ways to attract, engage and retain campus talent. September 7, 2016: Even as the number of organizations with a dedicated campus recruitment strategy is on an upswing, many roadblocks still exist in the process and its implementation. To appeal to new gen workers, organizations are coming up with innovative ways to engage campus talent to reduce dropouts and to retain them for long-term basis. “Drop-outs are a huge challenge for any organization. Limited engagement and low brand-connect are some of the...
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India Inc. wants to hire good employees, or not hire at all: TimesJobs Study

For HR managers finding the right talent has become a pain area, still they only want to hire a good employee or not hire at all. September 01, 2016: Reena Gupta, a hiring manager with an FMCG company says that hiring a good employee is the most critical and important thing for them. Understood, but in the current talent scenario where companies are in a war for talent, do we have the scope for this? Is a good or bad hire a matter of choice or a necessity? What do recruiters feel? In a recent study conducted by TimesJobs, 44% employers said it has become exceedingly difficult to find suitable talent over the last three years. A whopping 70% have...
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Interview Questions Most Sought After in Company Reviews: TimesJobs Study

Gaining company insights & interview tips are essential for success in getting selected in a new job, state India Inc. employers and employees August 30, 2016: While changing a job gives a very positive feeling, however facing a job interview unprepared is nothing less than a nightmare no matter at what stage of career one is. It has happened with all of us that a job interview call raises hope and excitement but as the feeling of facing an interviewer sinks in, excitement gets replaced by anxiety. What questions will be asked in the interview? Will I know answers for all of them? What if I fumble or don’t know the answers? Relax, it is not only you, but over...
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TechGig Code Wizards is Providing Job Opportunities to over 40,000 IT Freshers across the country.

August 22, 2016: There is a big challenge  – Out of over 1,50,000 engineering students, who graduated in last year from colleges across India, 80 per cent of them were deemed ‘unemployable’ by India Inc. How does one ensure that engineering students and fresh engineers are able to showcase their capabilities in getting the job done? Some of them are lucky enough to get into a ‘branded’ college and get placed from campus… but most are not. TechGig Code Wizards  – India’s biggest recruitment drive for final year Engineering and MCA students is set to change this by providing job opportunities to over 40,000 freshers across the country. CREDIBLE ASSESSMENT – THE SOLUTION TO THE EMPLOYABILITY CHALLENGE The sustainable competitive...
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India’s biggest recruitment drive for final year Engineering and MCA students is here!

TechGig Code Wizards is Providing Job Opportunities to over 40,000 IT Freshers across the country. THE EMPLOYABILITY CHALLENGE: August 17, 2016: Out of over 1,50,000 engineering students, who graduated in last year from colleges across India, 80 per cent of them were deemed ‘unemployable’ by India Inc. Isn’t that terrifying? It surely is, particularly for companies looking to hire engineers. The employability of engineering students and fresh engineers is a challenge that companies have been facing for a long time. Some employers opted for training the hires in order to make them competent for their jobs. Others took a financial hit, restricting themselves to a limited set of ‘branded’ colleges for conducting their hiring activities, hoping that they would get...
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CEO – TimesJobs’ Transformation into the Career Enhancement Officer

TimesJobs has transformed itself to serve the entire working professional community, rather than just active jobseekers. August 10, 2016: TimesJobs, one of India’s leading job portals has radically transformed its business to address a whole new and completely ignored set of working professionals. It launched this newly transformed and advanced avatar in the form of the ‘Career Enhancement Officer’, supported by a 360-degree marketing campaign. The e-recruitment industry has largely been focused on just providing jobs to active jobseekers, who barely constitute 15% of the larger class of working professionals. Over 85% of working professionals are not actively looking for a job change, however, that does not mean that they are not ambitious and unconcerned about their career growth. In...
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