Tag: Stanford School of Medicine

Google Cloud set to hire people with autism

Rob Enslin, president - cloud sales, Google, has announced the launch of Google Cloud’s Autism Career Programme, which is designed to hire and support...

Will Britain roll out laws to minimise disruptions during strikes?

With ambulance workers and nurses in England and Wales threatening to go on strike later this month, that is, December 2022, the British prime...

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Pension bills surpass salary, wages bill of centre & 3 states: CAG report

Expenditure on pension has become an important part of the fixed expenditure for the Central and state governments in recent years, mentions the latest...

UK to make flexibility at work a right for employees

The UK government is planning to make changes to its labour and employment arrangements. One of the major changes, which is likely to happen,...

MoD seeks reservation for ex-Agniveers in corporate jobs

Ministry of Defence (MoD) organised an interaction session on 30 November, 2022 with the Indian Defence Industry, under the aegis of the Society of...

PepsiCo to lay off hundreds, for operational efficiency

Hundreds of staff members at PepsiCo’s beverage, snacks and packaged-food businesses in North America may lose their jobs as the Company plans to cut...

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EQ, IQ & empathy define the success of a CEO

Q. You spent 16 years at LIC before moving to a corporate role at ICICI Prudential. Now, 22 years on, I am still curious...

“The big change has been that we have moved from jobs to skills,” Amaresh...

Q. How would you define the culture at GE? A. Having been present in this region since 1902, GE has been around for 120 years....

“Being good to everyone is being unjust to performers,” Mathew Job, CEO, Crompton

Q. In today’s times, what’s more challenging for a CEO like you — profit & business growth, talent & people, diversification, compliance or managing...