QAT Vs NEP | Match 3 Jul 23, 2019
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Jul 18, 2019
Wipro promises Rs 1 lakh bonus to freshers, junior employees to stem lower level attritionWipro reportedly hired 6,000 freshers in the June quarter, as many as in the whole of the previous fiscal.
Aug 06, 2018
Tech Mahindra hints at hiring 4,000 freshers in next 3 quarters; co to focus on 'demand-based' recruitmentTech Mahindra reported attrition at 19 percent (last 12-month basis), while utilisation levels were at 81 percent (including trainees).
Jul 17, 2018
Infosys sees higher attrition at junior level, says chief operating officer Pravin RaoDuring FY 18, Infosys received 15.4 lakh applications for jobs and interviewed 1.44 lakh and extended offer letters to 53,943 applicants.
Apr 15, 2018
Employees could see see average salary hike of 9 to 12 percent this year, say HR expertsEmployees can look forward to an average hike of 9-12 percent while top talent may get as much as 15 percent raise this year as improving hiring pace is pressing organisations to retain their key performers, says HR experts
Feb 27, 2018
India Inc's average salary hike to be 9.4% this year; up to 16% appraisal for key talent: SurveyAs per the survey, companies in India gave an average pay increase of 9.3 percent during 2017, marking a departure from the double digit increments
Jul 07, 2017
Wipro may quit West Bengal as Mamata Banerjee refuses SEZ status to its second centreMamata Banerjee said SEZs were approaching the sunset clause, so some other means could be thought of.
Apr 16, 2014
Infosys Q4 results: Why high attrition rate remains a worryStaff left India's second largest IT services exporter Infosys Ltd at an unprecedented pace in the last quarter, worrying its management and raising investors' concerns about its ability.
Aug 07, 2013
To cut attrition, AAI to make new recruits sign bond of Rs 5 lakhArray
Jun 07, 2013
Salary woes: One in four Indian employees to switch jobsIndia to experience highest attrition rate globally, at 27%.
Jul 12, 2012
33 percent of Indians intend to quit job after 2 yearsA new survey suggests that one in every 3 Indian commits to a job only for two years which is lower than the global average. This speaks a great deal about the engagement levels of employers.