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#Metoo and how HR leaders can save further damage

Women must be treated with dignity at workplace: HC

The high court said the employer must realise the physical difficulties that a woman would face in performing her duties at the workplace while carrying a baby in her womb or looking after the child after birth.

H-1B should attract best talent: Homeland Secretary Nielsen

The technology companies depend on it to hire tens of thousands of employees each year from countries like India and China.

Are you serious with your new year resolution?

As Santa’s glittering sleigh gave way to a bright new year, it is time for yet another fad to captivate us – the creation of new-year resolutions.

Arif Aziz is Diageo's new CHRO

He has joined Diageo as Chief Human Resource Officer and will be based out of Bengaluru, Karnataka.

India's first of its kind course on 'Outsourcing' begins at IIT Kharagpur

The one-week course, run by the Department of Mining Engineering at the institute campus in Kharagpur, included deliberations on how outsourcing of work can be made ethically and within legally justified parameters and how the best practices can be encouraged in the labour market.

Did You Know? Tim Cook got a 22 per cent pay raise in 2018

"The Compensation Committee determined that no downward adjustments to the payouts would be made based on Apple's 2018 performance and the individual contributions of our named executive officers and approved the maximum total payout at 400 per cent of annual base salary."

American Express' new CHRO

He has been elevated to this role from VP HR - Greater China&South East Asia in Hong Kong.

OYO's leadership crew 2019

The hires are significant given OYO’s major expansion drive in China. As per data released by the company, OYO Jiudian is currently present in 280 cities across the world’s second-largest economy, operating more than 5,000 hotels and 2,60,000 rooms.

Jaguar Land Rover to slash 4500 workforce globally

This trend of going lean due to the uncertain current environment seems to be affecting JLR’s American rival Ford as well who are also planning on ridding themselves of thousands of jobs in Europe. The automobile industry seems to have been driven up the wall and is desperate to get sales up as soon as possible. This, however, is at the cost of unemployment, angst and job insecurity.