August 25, 2009
(Bangalore)--After showcasing their talents to the world all these
years, companies in India could face a huge 'talent deficit' in the
coming years, says a report by Deloitte, a global consultancy firm.
As per the report, the reason for this scarcity is that the country...
August 24, 2009
(From The Guardian) Research commissioned by the Observer has
revealed that UK boardrooms are still overwhelmingly male-dominated, despite the
fact that more than nine out of 10 companies claim to have an equal opportunities policy in place. Women occupy only 242 out of...
(From The Australian) JULIA Gillard today will concede that Australia's industrial relations culture is holding back the productivity boost promised by her new workplace system. The Deputy Prime Minister's push follows business complaints that
the new Fair Work Australi...
August 20, 2009
It's not that there had been no innovation inside Tata Group, the
117-year-old Indian powerhouse responsible for that nation's first
steel mill, power plant, and airline, among other achievements. But
when India's long protected economy was opened in 1991, Chairman
August 17, 2009
Sokoto State government recently embarked on a recruitment drive to
admit 10,000 youths for the second phase of its skill acquisition
programme. The initiative is part of government's determination to
curb restiveness, crime and poverty in the state. MOHAMMED AMINU
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