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KillerLaunch.com ensures companies keep hiring during CoronaVirus
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KillerLaunch.com ensures companies keep hiring during CoronaVirus

The Coronavirus pandemic has upended the society's operations, and the market is under unprecedented stress. With over 3 Lakh cases in India and the loss of $250 billion after Lockdown 1.0, according to former Infosys CFO-V. Balakrishnan, India's financial state has taken a blow.  Industries like tourism, automotive, tourism, and aviation, have had to terminate their operations while other sectors, like healthcare, technology, and life sciences, have been saddled with overwhelming recruitment demand. Though the commonality across all industries, during COVID-19, is the disruption to HR and recruitment. Along with adjusting to layoffs and hiring freezes, recruiters and job seekers have had to transition to Working From Home. Nevertheless, Indians are resilient and are taking these ...
Maharashtra Chief Minister Launched Job Portal For Job Seekers
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Maharashtra Chief Minister Launched Job Portal For Job Seekers

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today launched a web portal Mahaswayam that will cater to job seekers, employers, entrepreneurs, and training institutes who can avail details regarding skill development and employment. Earlier, the state government ran three different portals- Maharashtra State Skill Development Society (MSSDS) portal for Skill Development, Maharojgar for employment and Mahaswayamrojgar for entrepreneurship. These three have now been merged into Mahaswayam, making it easier for all beneficiaries as well as the state to keep a track of the demand and supply of workforce. Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Minister Sambhaji Patil Nilangekar, who was also present at the launch said, "It was important to get all the three sectors on one platform to en...
Dissatisfaction With Job on the Rise, Employees Blame Poor Work-life Balance: Survey
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Dissatisfaction With Job on the Rise, Employees Blame Poor Work-life Balance: Survey

A Whopping 60% Indian Employees are not Satisfied With Their Current job, 80% are Looking out for job Change Reveals the 'Job Satisfaction 2016' by Timesjobs. India Inc. is about to be bumped over by a big challenge - that of talent retention. The findings of the 'Job Satisfaction 2016' survey reveals that 60% employees are not satisfied with their current job and 80% of the participating employees stated that they are looking to switch jobs. Compared to the 'Job Satisfaction 2015' survey results there has been a noticeable rise in the level of dissatisfaction. In the 2015 study, 78% employees stated that they were happy with their current job, although they were still open to other opportunities. This drop in satisfaction is a sharp contradiction to the claims and promises of Ind...
Just Jobs Launches a Unique Job Portal Designed for Blue Collar Sector
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Just Jobs Launches a Unique Job Portal Designed for Blue Collar Sector

Just Jobs is on a mission to empower the unserved informal sector of India by connecting skill with opportunity. Just Jobs is excited to announce the launch of its one-of-a-kind, fully-featured job portal, Just.Jobs, exclusively designed for entry-level jobs sector. Just Jobs is an innovative staffing startup that connects blue collar job seekers with employers from both households and small-to-medium sized businesses offering job opportunities. Just Jobs, India's most economical, reliable and completely ad-free online job board for blue collar jobs, is in line with the Indian Government's vision of 'Digital India', 'Skill India' and 'Make in India' ventures. It is committed to serve as a neutral facilitator to empower employers and the job seekers connect easily to meet their respective...