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Indranil Ghosh, Business Head, TeamLease Services Limited

Indranil Ghosh, Business Head, TeamLease Services Limited

Re-Imagine the Re-Emerging Sectors Post Covid

After the pandemic-induced wretched employment scenario resulting from mass employee layoffs and economic uncertainty last year, things are finally beginning to look up this year as far as India Inc's intent to hire across industries and skill sets is concerned.

Satish Rajan, Vice President - Marketing, TeamLease Services Limited

Satish Rajan, Vice President - Marketing, TeamLease Services Limited

Top 5 Staffing Trends for Businesses to Bounce Back and Build Resilience Post-Covid

It all started suddenly. Yet, it will take a long time to truly be over. Maybe even the predicted third wave will slow the speed of returning to near-normalcy. In a short span of less than a year, Virus, Oxygen Concentrators, Vaccinations, have all become household words, and topics of heated discussions.

Rituparna Chakraborty, Co-founder and EVP, TeamLease Services Ltd

Rituparna Chakraborty, Co-founder and EVP, TeamLease Services Ltd

To Bounce Back Quickly, We Suggest Innovation and Smart Investments in New-found Job Roles

At a crossroads in life when every human being is hoping for better times, even while witnessing suffering at close quarters, income distribution and livelihood sustenance assume far more importance than they ever did.

Deval Singh, VP & Business Head, TeamLease Services Ltd.

Deval Singh, VP & Business Head, TeamLease Services Ltd.

Why Diversity Matters: Women in Tech

Why Diversity Matters: Women in Tech

India leads the way in the world chart when it comes to women in technology. As per NASSCOM estimates, women now make up 34% of the IT workforce, an increase of 10% since the last decade. India’s IT industry is a $150B industry- one of the largest sectors that drive the country's GDP. Do you see any correlation between the two? I hope you do for the fact that diversity matters.

Manish Sabharwal & Rituparna Chakraborty

India became more formal job friendly with recent ESIC reforms

In 1965 Professor Milton Friedman warned India that the Mahanalobis economic model being adopted “threatens an inefficient use of capital by combining it with too little at one extreme and an inefficient use of by combining it with too little capital at the other extreme”.

Rituparna Chakraborty

How digital technologies are shaping the HR industry

A few years ago, when ‘digital’ entered the corporate lexicon and boardroom discussions, few knew or anticipated the far-reaching impact that it would create. Today, for organisations, it is no longer about preparing for digital or making a transition to a new of way of thinking and doing business and work.

Manish Sabharwal

Karl Marx: Evaluating the long shadow

Niyat is a beautiful Urdu word — it roughly translates to your mind’s intentions. But that delicate language has an even more beautiful word called, zehniyat; roughly, your heart and soul’s intentions. One of life’s most interesting questions is whether we should judge people by outcomes or their niyat or zehniyat.

Rituparna Chakraborty

Confidence, curiosity ensure millennials succeed in career

I find myself often in a rather unenviable position to predict the future of jobs. In spite of my valiant Nostradamus attempts, I have concluded that predictions are good for TRPs but are potentially misguiding for our youth.

Shiladitya Ray

SchoolGuru: The mobile app offering certified higher education courses

While India has tried its hand at distance education models like massive open online courses (MOOCs), they haven't really worked out well enough.

Rituparna Chakraborty

A skilling crisis, not a jobs crisis: Need to make skilling a key goal towards nation-building

Skills should have been a priority after Independence because an unskilled or unemployed Indian is not a free Indian, and the launch of the Skill India campaign in 2015 seemed a fresh departure from the past. Taking a historical perspective, the phase 1 of skills in India was largely about a purposeless drift without vision, execution or institutions.