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Jobs vs Wages

An authored article of Manish Sabharwal in Indian Express talks about how the creation of high-paying private sector jobs is being murdered by three faultlines in wages: Government vs private, nominal vs real, and gross vs net.

Three faultlines in wages sabotage private formal job creation. Demonetisation will undo some damage.

IIT-B median salary offer rises 6.5%

An article in Hindustan Times talks about how the median salary offered by companies at IIT-B has increased by 6.5% during last academic year; along with inputs from Rituparna Chakraborty.

The median salary offered by companies at Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B) increased by 6.5% during last academic year, reveals the institute’s placement report.

Build those Lego Blocks Right, Your Recruiter's Here

An article in Economic Times talks about how companies are going to adopt newer ways of assessing students to gauge their behavioural and analytical skills; along with inputs from Neeti Sharma.

CHANGING PERCEPTIONS

Companies adopt newer ways of assessing students to gauge their behavioural and analytical skills

JK Govt contemplates establishing skill development universities

An article in Greater Kashmir talks a meeting conducted by JK Government to discuss about various aspects of the state’s skill development mission, including skill mapping, infrastructure, capacity building, skill upgradation and courses for employability and entrepreneurship; Manish Sabharwal was invited to this meeting to understand JK’s needs and prepare a vision and mission document t

Demonetization - Impact on small business

An authored article of Kunal Sen in World HR Diary talks about how demonetization has impacted the small businesses.

Urbanisation, less regulations key to job creation in India: panel

An article in Mint talks about how job creation in India can be boosted; along with inputs from Manish Sabharwal.

Two key areas— more regular wage employment and female employment—need urgent attention, say experts.

Technical education is right train on the wrong track

An authored article of Vikrant Pande (Provost, TeamLease Skills University) in DNA talks about how the teaching methodology in technical education is based on a faulty assumption.

Wage a war against informality

Column: India faces a ‘formal job emergency’. 100% of net jobs since 1991 have been informal

Raising wages by rigging minimum wages is like treating obesity by mandating small sizes

Stop Kissing All Those Frogs

An article in Economic Times is a joint byline from Manish Sabharwal, Chairman, TeamLease and Asheesh Sharma, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Skill Development; talks about finding the right kind of skilled labour.