Tag Archives: Job

Job cuts in Deutsche Bank: From NYC to Bengaluru, employees’ careers end in an envelope, a hug and a cab ride

A Deutsche Bank employee in Bengaluru told Reuters that he and several colleagues were told first thing that their jobs were going. (Reuters) Summoned by HR to be handed a Deutsche Bank envelope, many of its staff across the world then left their desks for the last time on Monday, shown the door by their German employer within hours of ... Read More »

Deutsche Bank axes whole teams in Asia-Pacific as 18,000 job cuts begin

As part of the overhaul, the bank will scrap its global equities business and also cut some of its fixed income operations Whole teams in Deutsche Bank’s Asian operations were told their positions were gone on Monday, as the lender began axing 18,000 jobs globally in one of the biggest overhauls to an investment bank since the aftermath of the ... Read More »

Having Trouble Finding A Job? You Probably Aren’t Applying To Enough

“Why is finding a job so difficult?” I hear this question a lot. Of course, there are a lot of ways to answer, and most of them relate to the person asking. Is your resume well written and compelling? Does your experience match the positions for which you are applying? Are you prepared for your interviews? But, if the answer ... Read More »

CII calls for holistic national mission to drive job creation

The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has called for a comprehensive National Employment Mission and setting up of an inter-ministerial and all-State National Employment Board to drive job creation. “Employment generation extends to multiple dimensions, and a national mission is required to address all aspects holistically. The government’s National Employment Mission should include flexibility in hiring, tax incentives, education and ... Read More »

Good news for job seekers! Manufacturing, infrastructure sector to create 58,200 jobs in H1 FY20

The manufacturing, engineering and infrastructure sector are set to create 58,200 new jobs in the first half of this financial year, according to a report published by staffing firm TeamLease Services. As per the company’s biannual ‘Employment Outlook’ report for April-September FY20, these three sectors will see a 2 per cent increase in net employment. The report is based on ... Read More »

The One Thing You Should Consider Before Accepting A Job

The truth is, you could be great at your job, but if you don’t like or fit into your company culture, you will not be be happy or last a long time there. Company culture is essentially the personality of the company, as defined by the owners and reinforced by the people who work there. It encompasses the mission, work style, office ... Read More »

How To Empower Yourself When You Perceive A Threat To Your Job Security

It is Sunday evening and your smartphone vibrates. You see a cryptic text from someone you don’t know in human resources requiring an urgent meeting with you. Your mind races with worry about something you may have inadvertently done. Since you know that you didn’t do anything wrong, you’re a little confused. You contact some co-workers to find out if ... Read More »

Labour data reveal depth of job distress

According to the PLFS, 12.7% workers in rural areas and 29.9% in urban areas put in more than 60 hours a week during the April-June quarter of 2018, while the majority of rural workers put in 48 to 60 hours.(Shutterstock) AddThis Sharing Buttons Twelve per cent of rural workers and nearly one in three in urban areas across the country ... Read More »

Modi’s plan to tackle job crisis in India

The vacancies in various government departments stood above five lakh as of December 2018, including 2,85,725 in railways (C & D level) and 84,037 in central armed police forces. Despite the relentless increase in its salary bill, the Centre may go on a hiring spree to fill over five lakh vacancies in various central organisations over the next two years, ... Read More »

Trump’s Job Growth Is The Lowest Since He Took Office

The U.S. Department of Labor announced May’s employment report and it was not pretty. Expectations had been running for job growth in the 175,000 to 180,000 range. The reported number for May was 75,000 but combined with downward revisions for March (down 36,000) and April (down 39,000) the net change was 0. The underlying economy is weaker than perceived when you look at ... Read More »