From Remote Hiring To Redesigning Spaces: How Digital Technology Can Change The Way We Work

The demand for particular next-gen skills is getting harder to meet, which makes hiring more difficult. By 2026, India will require 30 million workers with digital skills.

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“The number of contributing members to PF has been growing at a CAGR of over 20 percent since 2018, whereas the overall workforce has grown...

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“The forthcoming budget must continue to foster an inclusive, stable economic landscape, and most importantly, it must champion the cause of workforce formalisation, a task...

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Staffing Challenges in Consumer Durables & Electronics: 57% Attrition Sparks Urgency

“Attrition is a persistent obstacle that can substantially impact an organization’s bottom line and growth prospects."

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