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Foxconn States That 25% of New Hires Are Married Women

As per media reports, Foxconn, the manufacturer of Apple’s iPhone, has informed the government that 25% of its new hires are married women. Additionally, the company has clarified that its safety protocol, which requires all employees to avoid wearing metal regardless of gender or religion, applies equally to...

Empowering 4 lakh Kerala Youth with Future Skills in 3 Years.

The Union Minister of State for Electronics and IT, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, and Jal Shakti, Shri Rajeev Chandrasekhar, revealed that nearly 4 lakh young Indians in Kerala will receive training in Future Skills over the next three years through the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY)...

InsuranceDekho has launched the “SWRA” Program to empower and support women.

InsuranceDekho, an online platform that compares and buys insurance quotes from top-rated insurance companies, has initiated the “SWRA” Program. The program aims to empower and support women by encouraging those who have taken a minimum one-year career gap to rejoin the workforce. The ‘SWRA’ (‘She Will Rise Again’)...

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Gyani Labs is currently accepting applications for the 2024 sessions. Interested participants who wish to enroll in the program can directly submit their requests on or before March 10, 2024.Social Media & Digital Marketing Training - Hands-on experience training programMode: OnlineDuration: 4 MonthsFees: 100% Free, no hidden...

X, led by Musk, plans to onboard 100 content moderators in Austin by the end of the year

Social media company X is currently recruiting 100 content moderators for a new office in Austin, Texas

AI rise might lead to increase in cyberattacks – GCHQ

Britain’s GCHQ spy agency has issued a warning that the rapid development of novel Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools will lead to an increase in cyberattacks.

The Top 5 Signs – Indicators of a Toxic Work Culture in Organizations

A toxic work culture may exhibit various manifestations, and here are five key indicators that could suggest the existence of such an environment. It is crucial for organizations to proactively cultivate a positive and healthy work culture to safeguard the well-being and productivity of their employees.

Global Standards for Menstrual Leave, and Indian Menstrual Leave Practices

Global Standards for Menstrual Leave, and Indian Menstrual Leave Practices

APAC businesses plan to triple GenAI spending to $3.4 billion in 2024, says Infosys Research

Enterprises across APAC are making substantial investments in GenAI. China leads the region, with investment expected to grow by over 160% to reach $2.1 billion, closely followed by Australia and New Zealand in terms of growth.

Microsoft and Accenture are collaborating to integrate AI technology at Unilever

Microsoft and Accenture are collaborating to integrate AI technology at Unilever

SAP has announced a Transformation Program that is expected to affect 8,000 jobs

A German multinational software company, SAP, has unveiled its 2024 restructuring plan, set to affect 8,000 jobs, constituting 7.4% of SAP’s total workforce. SAP is planning to roll out a company-wide transformation program, which involves restructuring for 2024. Furthermore, the company is in the process of updating...

AI is too expensive to replace someone’s job

A recent study from MIT has found that the technology might still be too expensive to replace some workers. The researchers looked at the cost-effectiveness of automating tasks, focusing on roles that could use computer vision — a type of AI that derives information from images and video. The...