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  • 31 Jan 2018 - LinkedIn

    The World of Work and Survival of the Trusted Advisor

    This change driven by technology is reshaping the staffing industry permanently. Clients will always need a trusted advisor by their side. And recruitment firms are the frontrunners to play that role.

     
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  • 11 Jan 2018 - Economic Times

    Recruitment companies see 40-50% revenue drop from telecom sector

    Turmoil in India's telecom sector has hit the recruitment industry hard, with their revenue from the segment falling sharply in the past 12 months as companies curbed hiring and paid less for placements.

     
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  • 02 Nov 2017 - DNA

    Change management: New tool to raise efficacy of HR rules?

    Change Management is essential for every step in an organisation. If you want to meet your sales target, they key is change management. If a new strategy needs to be executed, change management will help.

     
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  • 27 Sep 2017 - BW Businessworld

    HR will switch from a transnational to advisory role

    In the recent past there has been an uptake in the digital HR. However, one should not get carried away and believe that digital will replace human/ face to face interactions.

     
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  • 12 Dec 2016 - Economic Times

    6 Ways to improve your career potential

    Whether you have just got a job, or are well-settled in your career or are still wondering which path to choose, the following advice is relevant for you.

     
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  • 26 Feb 2016 - Shailendra Tyagi

    Convert ordinances into laws to speed up growth

    Shiv Agarwal, MD, ABC consultants & founder of HeadHonchos.com, the online job & career portal tells Shailendra Tyagi that government's reformist intent and encouraging policy gestures has set the stage for India to take that leap forward.

     
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  • 03 Oct 2012 - NDTV

    Money Mantra: Slowdown affecting CEO salaries

    On this episode of Money Mantra, experts discuss how the economic slowdown is affecting executive pay structures, as more and more CEOs see a fall in salaries.

     
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  • 17 Aug 2012 - NDTV

    Are India's top managers overpaid?

    On We Mean Business, NDTV's Ashutosh Sinha, Anandorup Ghose, Head - Executive Compensation and Governance Practice for South Asia, Aon Hewitt, Shiv Agrawal, MD, ABC Consultants, Sai Venkateshwaran, Partner and Practice Leader, Financial Reporting Advisory Services, Grant Thornton India, discuss whether India's top management is overpaid.

     
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  • 14 Oct 2009 - Business Standard

    Do Indian CEOs overpay themselves?

    Eventually it boils down to whether Board compensation committees whose job is to fix salary levels have the power to question the CEO, especially owner-CEOs.

     
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  • 07 Jul 2009 - DNA

    Esops make a comeback

    Employee stock options should come back into vogue not only as a retention tool but also as a means to buttress employee morale and to re-energise and re-engage high performers in organisations.

     
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  • 01 Mar 2008 - DNA

    It's nice to be given an extra month's paycheque, but...

    If your salary shrinks under the impact of taxes, don’t go complaining to the finance minister. He has done all he could to help you earn more by reducing the tax outgo.

     
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  • 28 Feb 2008 - DNA

    It's time for the 'dream team' to walk the talk

    Unless the government gets its act right in the budget, India’s growth story could well be under threat. It’s time for the ‘dream team’ to walk the talk

     
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  • 05 Jan 2008 - DNA

    Getting by in the Age of Unreason

    The reasonable men, on the other hand, are reconciled to the change and over time, adapt themselves to it. In other words, they alter themselves to fit into the world.

     
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