Reskilling & upskilling employees: IT firms’ answer to bridge talent gap
Companies have already doubled their budget allocations towards reskilling and upskilling programmes. The share of expenses for such projects will only go up from here on, say industry experts.
Want to attract the best talent? Here’s how to do it
The chase for a senior resource is no cakewalk. But remembering these few factors can make your search for the best leadership talent easier and fruitful.
Watch: Radhika Gupta on the need for gender diversity
In a chat with Fortune India, Radhika Gupta, MD and CEO of Edelweiss Asset Management, talks about how the fallout of the the Covid-19 pandemic can be used in a positive manner, among other things.
Improving goal setting for your team
Boredom will set in if you have trivial goals.
India’s talent crisis: Is it a musk deer tragedy?
A more inclusive approach to talent, greater willingness to bet on nascent talent and tapping uncommon talent pools can significantly mitigate the talent shortages.
Brand building 101: Empowering your employees to become brand advocates
Word-of-mouth publicity from employees is being leveraged by companies across the world to raise their business profile.
Big churn at banks leaves search firms troubled
As RBI keeps a hawk’s eye, finding the right candidates for the top jobs will be a challenge.
Indian firms won’t increase reskilling budgets
At least 100 Indian CXOs say they will increase employee training and reskilling investments slightly or it will stay the same over the next three years, according to an Accenture survey.
‘80% companies see discrepancies in jobseekers’ record’
Common discrepancies include those in information on employment history, education qualifications, and criminal convictions, says a report by HireRight.