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The global economic recession has put several industries, including textiles and automobiles, in jeopardy but the worst affected is the IT sector. The crippling impact of the worldwide economic slowdown, coupled with the recent corporate ...
In India, there is a great potential for software business, with abundant and cheap manpower compared to other developing and developed countries. Due to the fall in outsourcing business, the IT companies in India, which were recruiting lakhs ...
Inflation is the basic reason for global recession leading to fiscal misfortunes. Too much use of credit cards tends to lead to reckless spending by the public. Lending by banks and financial institutions without scrutinising the viability of ...
The malaise of recession has its roots in the United States with over 1.5 million people losing jobs there. The IT sector and manufacturing industry in India have started cost cutting measures in the form of job cuts and lay offs. Adding fuel ...
The global economical recession is adversely impacting the job market the world over and India is no exception. Unemployment is on the rise and many employees are either facing retrenchment or pay cut. The IT sector is the worst affected. The ...
The recession we are facing now is said to be the biggest crisis the world has seen in 75 years and is expected to continue through 2009 and 2010. This major global shock has created high uncertainty in the areas of job creation and employment ...
Global recession is the biggest challenge faced by us today. With recession at its nadir, people are losing jobs. The employees instead of cutting down jobs should test the dexterity of their employees. People should adopt a holistic approach ...
The rise of the IT sector in post-globalisation era made job finding easy. But the mushrooming of IT portals made fraudulent and illegal activities easy. Now the Satyam scam has stained India’s image. Employees of all IT giants are in a ...
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