After its takeover by Walmart, Indian etailer Flipkart is in the market to hunt for senior executives to strengthen its leadership team to take on Amazon in India.
“Flipkart is on a global journey with Walmart’s acquisition. This acquisition is different from what we saw in the telecom industry, where growth dropped and there was stagnancy in the market.
With the general elections 2019 approaching, jobs creation is a phrase that has acquired tremendous traction. It is one area of the economy that can send all the good news that the nation craves for. While a number of segments of the economy are taking big strides, this particular one is primed to explode.
In a bid to achieve a fair representation of gender mix in workforce, corporates in india are adopting various initiatives that aid in career advancement, engagement and life stage support for its women employees.
Though 48% of indian population is women, their participation in the workforce is merely 28.5% and this low participation is due to various social stigmas along with higher drop-out rae in education, Pankaj Bansal, CEO, PeopleStrong, said.
Women have always handled the two extremes so well. From being a mother to being a high-level professional they have always played all the roles to the fullest. From early 20’s to mid 40’s these women are changing the dimensions of the startup world. Just like a woman raises her baby, similarly their ventures are no less than a baby for them.
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The Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) 4thHR Technology Conference concluded successfully today at Hyderabad organized in partnership with Reliance Industries Limited (RIL). HR Tech is the fastest growing HR conference where a powerful confluence of people, businesses and technology take place on a common platform to transform HR practices according to the latest trends in technology.
NEW DELHI: In a bid to achieve a fair representation of gender mix in workforce, corporates in India are adopting various initiatives that aid in career advancement, engagement and life stage support for its women employees.
Though 48 per cent of Indian population is women but their participation in the workforce is merely 28.5 per cent and this low participation is due to various social stigmas along with higher drop-out rate in education, Pankaj Bansal, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, PeopleStrong, said.