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Techies, this IT company gives maximum paternity leave
Techies, this IT company gives maximum paternity leave
The war for talent is playing out in a big way as companies outplay each other on employee benefits. Of these, paternity or childcare leave to the secondary caregiver parent has emerged as one of the key attractions.
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Here’s how much apps added to the GDP
“The internet economy could contribute up to $537.4 billion to India’s GDP in 2020, of which a minimum of $270.9bn could be attributed to apps,“ says the study.
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TCS confident of achieving yearly target despite small hit this quarter
TCS, like its peers in the $150-billion IT industry, is seeing slower pace of large deal closures and it is increasingly relying on smaller digital deals.
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US hiring will not impact India hiring, claims Infosys
Asserting that hiring in the US will not impact its recruitment plans in India, the Bengaluru-based company said it has rolled out campus offers to 19,000 people here.
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Vodafone rolls out ‘Vodafone Sakhi Pack’ for female subscribers
Vodafone, one of India’s leading telecom operator, has launched a new service called ‘Vodafone Sakhi Pack’ for its female subscribers in UP West and Uttarakhand.
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Infosys fares better than TCS but short-term pressure continues
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