Championing inclusivity and diversity, its Lead With Care programme provides support for employees who have children with disabilities.
The majority of SMEs in India are embracing effective digitalisation, recognising that such a move is essential to support organisational growth.
A new platform is being developed to help the transgender community reskill for better employment opportunities.
Women in India who seek careers, particularly those in male-dominated professions, face more discrimination when looking for a marriage partner.
To encourage employees to spend more time with their families, an Indian company is shutting down workstations after employees’ shifts have ended.
Global hiring grew across many regions in the world, with the majority of job roles designed to be performed remotely, according to a new Deel report.
Despite a cautious approach to hiring, many organisations in India are expected to add to their headcount in 2023.
Employees working from home are using the time saved from not having to commute on increasing their productivity, says a new report.
Deel's Karen Ng highlights why employers are going beyond their shores in search of the right talent and the role Deel is playing to support them.
Despite concerns over a surge of COVID-19 cases in the country, many organisations are not deviating from existing hybrid work policies.
Employers who provide the right value proposition to Gen Z employees are more likely to be able to retain them in their first job for more than two years.
His expertise in digital human capital management will help Deloitte’s clients achieve their digital HR transformation goals.
While some companies want a full return to the office, others are offering hybrid options as part of a flexible workplace culture.
More SMEs in India are implementing ESG practices, but they face challenges such as uncertainty over how to measure the success of ESG projects.
Employees believe that a hybrid work model helps improves their productivity and gives them much-needed work-life balance.
The majority of the Indian workforce expects their employers to be leaders who inspire them to perform to the best of their ability.
Asia Pacific is expected to see wages rise next year due to a tight labour market and rising inflation concerns.
After an annual rise of 10.6% in 2022, which is the highest in the world, salaries in India are expected to increase by 10.4% in 2023.
Citing the many challenges of managing informal workers, many companies in India are looking to formalise their workforce.
The likelihood that women will participate in salaried or self-employed jobs does not increase with their degree of education, a new report has found.
Although 80% of the workforce has reported mental health issues over the past year, only around 30% of the affected have taken steps to manage symptoms.
At a time of talent shortage, several companies are giving off-cycle promotions to eligible employees as they attempt to hold on to experienced staff.
Hybrid working continues to be the most preferred workspace strategy in India, with 63% of the firms currently adopting this practice.
Employers believe that face-to-face interactions are key to forging bonds between colleagues in the workplace.
The number of female employees who re-joined and re-subscribed to the Employees’ Provident Fund this June was negligible.
To retain talent, companies are using stay interviews to have conversations with their employees to show that they are important to the organisation.
Flexible workplaces, a WFH ecosystem and flexi-work hours can all boost the participation of women on the labour front, says the Prime Minister.
Artificial intelligence (AI) in recruitment is expected to eliminate bias and be a regular part of the hiring process in the future.
After a review of India’s salary structure, a new Wage Code that considers the ratio of allowances against salaries will be implemented.
Around 34% of Indian employees, compared to 19% globally, say they are extremely or very likely to switch to a new employer.