Soft language in DEI may actually make it more difficult to achieve hard results

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How companies are shifting their office spend to lure workers back

As companies and workers continue to try to figure out where and how work will take place in a hybrid environment, the costs being spent on existing office spaces previously built around the 9-to-5, five-day workweek are being closely examined. Flexibility has become the buzzword for both sides of the employee-employer power dynamic. Workers have … Read more

Great Resignation to continue, one in five likely to switch jobs: PwC

The Great Resignation is set to continue, according to a new global survey by PwC, with one in five saying they are likely to switch jobs in the next 12 months. PwC launched its “Global Workforce Hopes and Fears Survey 2022” at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday, which surveyed more than 52,000 … Read more

More than half on Indian Gen Zs and millennials have a side job: Deloitte study

A large proportion of Indian Gen Zs and millennials have a paying job in addition to their primary job, such as social media influencer, working for a non-profit, and selling products or services online being the top side jobs held, according to a Deloitte study released on Thursday. The numbers stood at 62% among Indian … Read more

Job market rebound continues but Delhi sees a decline; March hiring up 16% YoY, says survey

Recruiters continue to demonstrate positive hiring intent across sectors, cities, and experience bands as businesses inch toward pre-pandemic levels of normality, a new survey has found. The survey, conducted by Naukri.comfound sequential increment in hiring across all key sectors in the last month of the financial year. The Naukri JobSpeak Index for March grew 16% … Read more

India job market rebounds; Witnesses 18.4% headcount growth across key sectors, report says

With the country recovering from the third wave of COVID-19 and the economy gradually returning to normalcy, the job market witnessed an 18.4 per cent year-on-year growth in March led by travel and hospitality and energy sectors, according to a report. Even as the job market has seen recovery, travel and hospitality sector has witnessed … Read more