The world needs more good news! That’s why we’ve decided to gather some good Human Resources (HR) and Employee Experience (EX) stories every week to inspire you and make you feel hopeful about the future.
- 12 Companies Join Hands To Organise The Biggest Hiring Hackathon For Data Scientists. (Source: Analytics India Magazine)
- Ecom Express is hiring 30,000 people as part of its seasonal and also added 200 delivery centers across India. (Source: Times of India)
- TCS, Infosys, HCL Tech, and others to see more freshers than lateral hires in the next six months. (Source: Business Insider)
- Biden admin is likely to provide US citizenship to over 500,000 Indians. (Source: Business Standard)
- TNIE tweet helps visually impaired man start his small business. (Source: The New Indian Express)
- Techfynder to add 150,000 professional contractors in India by 2021. (Source: Business Standard)
- Quess Corp unveils ”QJobs” for blue-collar recruitment; aims to get 1mn jobs on the platform. (Source: Economic Times)
- Govt’s online OPD initiative sees 700,000 consultations. (Source: Business Standard)
- Chennai company launches job portal focusing on the LGBTQ community, persons with disabilities, and veterans. (Source: The Hindu)
- ICICI Prudential Life raises Rs 1,200 crore through maiden NCD sale. (Source: Business Standard)
- Techfynder adds 122,000 contractors globally. (Source: People Matters)
- Lowe’s giving employees bonuses and hiring 20,000 for holidays. (Source: ABC7News)
- Giant Eagle looking to hire 1,300 employees for the upcoming holiday season. (Source: News5Cleveland)
There are a million stories like this that we don’t know about, but they sure deserve all our respect. If you know any such story, please share it with us. We would love to tell the world about more positive news!
Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle.– Steve Jobs