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Indians may spend Rs 250 billion on Diwali shopping
A buoyant economic mood and tempting discounts, both online and offline, are fuelling a shopping frenzy this Diwali, discovers Dhruv Munjal. Rajiv Suri refuses to call himself much of a shopper.......
Work from home gets employees' votes, makes bosses wary
The trend of professionals working from home is picking pace, but their managers are still apprehensive as 60 per cent employees say their bosses do not encourage this culture, a survey......
7th Pay Panel: Private sector employees want similar hikes
According to a survey, over 70 per cent private sector employees regret working in the private sector Following the 7th Pay Commission report, there is a significant discontent among private sector......
Why start-ups no more attract employees
In a reversal of early trend, employees are no more finding start-ups attractive with nearly 88 per cent of staff saying they are ready to leave their current jobs in new ventures if......
Work culture bigger attraction than salary hike, says a survey
In a shift in candidate behavior when evaluating a company's employability, good work culture has emerged as a bigger attraction than a salary hike, says a survey. According to the survey by......
Readers wishes for John Wright
Name:Balaram Nandi Message:Your contribution towards CRICKET will make YOU immortal and cricket loving people of the world in general and those of your India in particular will ever remember you......
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