Let me answer it right away. NO. Just look at some of the headlines from news sources in beginning of this year: India banks plan recruitment spree (FT February 7 2010) TCS to employ 30,000 more (Rediff.com February 12, 2010) Infosys to recruit 15,000 (Rediff.com February 12, 2010) Deloitte to hire 12,000 (Rediff.com February 12, 2010) Got the picture? Everyone is hiring in India, particularly IT and financial companies. If you are recruiter at a small or medium sized company, things are only going to get worse as far as finding right talent is concerned. Talent is the commodity that

A career in chartered accountancy is for the people who have a penchant for numbers and accounts. The demand of CA’s has been growing in between 10 percent to 15 percent over the last three years and the trend is expected to continue in the coming years. Chartered accountancy is one of the highest paying careers in the country. It is not only remunerative but is considered to be one of the most respected professions in India. As per the news published in one of the leading newspapers, in ICAI campus placements 952 Chartered accountants were placed with an average

Millennials are the young adults who were born after 1981 and are considered as the “future leaders” of the society. They have ambitious career objectives, are technologically sound, have high emotional intelligence and are ready to replace the “soon-to-retire” Baby Boomers. Unlike their predecessors, millennials look for more than just a job. They look for roles which are interesting and career progressing. This is why organizations need to redefine their management style, company culture and modify expectations in order to be more appealing to their leading workplace occupiers – the millennials. “Millennials want to work for organizations that prioritize purpose

If you have ever taken a second to look at the founders and creators of your favorite businesses and brands, you will find that many are under the age of 34. Even in my local community, the entrepreneurial landscape is thriving with twenty and thirty-somethings all out to create a future for themselves. I plan to join the ranks of being an entrepreneur. When asked why I wish to do so, I have realized it was never really a choice for me, but a notion that was always there, a trait that was embedded within in somehow long before I