Format: December, 2019

Manish Sabharwal

3 Jul, 2017

Ignore the jobs doomsayers

Notion that India has peaked in manufacturing & IT employment is at best premature, at worst, dishonest Einstein said that if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its life believing it is stupid. Only 0.7 per cent and 11 per cent of India’s labour force work in information technology (IT)...

4 min's, 47 sec's

Manish Sabharwal

3 Jul, 2017

Three ten-year plans

As India shifts from reducing poverty to boosting a middle class, goals must be set for land, labour, capital Venture capitalists know that the most interesting dreams are those running towards something rather than running away from something. They also know that the most interesting entrepreneurs are those who know...

4 min's, 53 sec's

Manish Sabharwal & Ashok Reddy

30 Jun, 2017

Cities: Our policy orphans

India’s farm to non-farm transition is being murdered by bad urbanization because cities have unelected or impotent leadership The speed of an average taxi in Bangalore city is now 7 km/h; most people can walk that fast (so much for the productivity upside of the internal combustion engine). India could give every...

4 min's, 30 sec's

Sonal Arora

10 Apr, 2017

Tips to help you decode the salary offer being made to you

With the beginning of the new financial year and the new headcount budget allocations kicking in at most companies, we will see hiring momentum picking up across industries in the first two quarters. Many first-time job seekers will hit the job market, and many employees at the early stages of their career will seek...

3 min's, 26 sec's

Manish Sabharwal

28 Mar, 2017

Revamping India’s 3E’s

An authored article of Manish Sabharwal A radical reboot of India’s employment, education, and employability ecosystem is making good progress Solving India’s problems of poverty are complicated by the 10 lac kids joining the labour force every month for the next 10 years – our demographic dividend. But the only...

5 min's, 21 sec's

Manish Sabharwal

2 Feb, 2017

Budget 2017: Staying the course on job creation

An authored article of Manish Sabharwal in Mint talks about how the 2017 Union Budget recognizes that India’s problem is not jobs but formal enterprises. A government focused on jobs should focus on formalization, infrastructure and human capital. This budget did a good job on two out of three The 2017 budget...

3 min's, 35 sec's

Sonal Arora

2 Feb, 2017

Safety at work: Be alert. Trust your instincts

An authored article on Sonal Arora in highlights few safety advices for working women. In the wake of the unfortunate murder of a techie in Pune by a security guard, Sonal Arora, vice president, TeamLease Services, offers prudent advice to working women. It is a sad reality that India is ranked second last...

3 min's, 0 sec's

Manish Sabharwal

31 Jan, 2017

US, me, myself

An authored of Manish Sabharwal in Indian Express talks about Trump’s economic nationalism. President Trump’s economic nationalism reinforces urgency of fixing India’s land, labour markets. Deng Xiaoping was highly skilled but he had something more valuable: Luck. Starting his economic reforms in 1978 meant that...

5 min's, 5 sec's

Rituparna Chakraborty

23 Jan, 2017

Budget 2017: 3 interventions each for improving education and skills, and increasing formal employment.

Non-fiscal interventions for education and skills Restructure education regulation: Innovation, quality improvement and quantity expansion in education is held back by the lack of separation of the regulator, service provider and policy-maker. Fixing government education delivery needs to be separated from education...

1 min, 25 sec's

Manish Sabharwal

30 Dec, 2016

A new story of us

An authored article of Manish Sabharwal talks about how GST and demonetisation are risky. But they could end up reviving the lost romance of policy. GST and demonetisation are risky. But they could end up reviving the lost romance of policy. A modern state is a welfare state with formal enterprises and formal jobs. An...

5 min's, 10 sec's