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EPISODE 59

Companies want women to return after their maternity break but give them jobs that are not challenging enough. Swetha Totapally-Regional Director for Asia-Pacific for Dalberg Advis ... Read more

Companies want women to return after their maternity break but give them jobs that are not challenging enough. Swetha Totapally-Regional Director for Asia-Pacific for Dalberg Advisers explains in this episode of The Working Life how women drop out of the career track even after getting back into the workforce. Read more

EPISODE 58

E-commerce, retail and hospitality sector increase their temp workforce during the festive season. But how many of these hires are women? In today's episode of The Working Life, ec ... Read more

E-commerce, retail and hospitality sector increase their temp workforce during the festive season. But how many of these hires are women? In today's episode of The Working Life, economist Mitali Nikore highlights that just 25% of the temp recruits are women and are paid barely 60% of what their male counterparts. Tune in for more!! Read more

EPISODE 57

Have the days of moonlighters, employee retention and big hikes all in the past? In this episode of The Working Life Aditya Narayan Mishra, MD of recruitment firm CIEL HR Services ... Read more

Have the days of moonlighters, employee retention and big hikes all in the past? In this episode of The Working Life Aditya Narayan Mishra, MD of recruitment firm CIEL HR Services, cautions that IT firms should not pull the plug on any employee benefits and policies as hiring will start soon along with attrition. Read more

EPISODE 56

Companies transitioning from traditional energy sources to newer ones are facing a talent crisis. Amidst high attrition, Praveen Purohit deputy CHRO at Vedanta Group explains in t ... Read more

Companies transitioning from traditional energy sources to newer ones are facing a talent crisis. Amidst high attrition, Praveen Purohit deputy CHRO at Vedanta Group explains in this episode of The Working Life how skilling the workforce should be a priority than stemming attrition. Read more

EPISODE 55

Traditional and core sector firms are reworking policies, compensation, benefits to attract and retain a younger workforce. At the same time, they have to ensure the senior executi ... Read more

Traditional and core sector firms are reworking policies, compensation, benefits to attract and retain a younger workforce. At the same time, they have to ensure the senior executives who have worked for decades do not feel snubbed. Himal Tewari, CHRO of Tata Power explains in The Working Life how 100 plus year-old firm is balancing the different age groups. Read more

EPISODE 54

A recruiter calls for a job when you least expect it. Ever wondered how they get your contact, are aware of your skillsets, and various job changes and even know your peers and sen ... Read more

A recruiter calls for a job when you least expect it. Ever wondered how they get your contact, are aware of your skillsets, and various job changes and even know your peers and seniors? In today's episode of The Working Life, Lohit Bhatia, president, of workforce management, at Quess Corp maps out how to become an ace recruiter. Read more

EPISODE 53

Australia won't allow international students to enroll for cheaper vocational courses as soon as they arrive in the country. At the same time, students are perturbed that getting j ... Read more

Australia won't allow international students to enroll for cheaper vocational courses as soon as they arrive in the country. At the same time, students are perturbed that getting jobs in popular destinations like Canada is difficult amidst a sluggish economy. Nishant Khanna, director for Webberz Educomp Ltd, explains why students are vying for new countries for jobs and studies. Read more

EPISODE 52

Manufacturing industry, one of the largest job creators is rebranding itself to attract the young workforce. Companies in this sector are reworking on salaries , benefits , policie ... Read more

Manufacturing industry, one of the largest job creators is rebranding itself to attract the young workforce. Companies in this sector are reworking on salaries , benefits , policies and even adding flexibility to prevent employees from joining IT , retail, or financial sector. Amit Chincholikar - Global CHRO, Yokohama Off-Highway Tires cautions why the industry desperately needs to relook at its old ways of working or lose key talent . Read more

EPISODE 51

There is a frenzied hiring taking place in the insurance sector. Firms are increasing their workforce in large numbers and facing mass exits. Santanu Banerjee, CHRO at Bajaj Allian ... Read more

There is a frenzied hiring taking place in the insurance sector. Firms are increasing their workforce in large numbers and facing mass exits. Santanu Banerjee, CHRO at Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Company explains in this episode of The Working life how the sector is shedding the tag of a sector that pushes policies onto customers. Read more

EPISODE 50

The telecom industry became one of the essential service providers that had manpower working right throughout the toughest times. What are the advantages and challenges of working ... Read more

The telecom industry became one of the essential service providers that had manpower working right throughout the toughest times. What are the advantages and challenges of working in this sector? Amrita Padda, Chief People Officer at Bharti Airtel explains in this episode of The Working Life Read more

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