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Fingent Ranked 33rd Among The Top 50 Great Mid-Size Workplaces In India

Fingent's leadership has taken several proactive steps to curtail the impact of the pandemic on its employees' financial safety, health and well-being.

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Automation: The Path To Outsourcing 4.0

The future of automation is unfolding fast. Don’t take your eyes off it. It will change our world.

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Time For Outsourcing To Aim Higher On Cost And Performance

Sourcing leaders have started to reboot their programs by following six principles

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India Largest Supplier Of Online Labour

While Software and technology services was the top sector in India, followed by creative and multimedia; sales and marketing, translation and clerical data entry were also among the sectors that were in demand

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Outsourcing: Challenged By Tradition, Sustained By Automation

Outsourcing clients want improved efficiencies, productivity gains, and cost savings, thereby generating interest on new technology models in the industry

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Disruption, An Opportunity To Excel

Challenges and way forward in supply chain management

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Bill Against Outsourcing Jobs Back In House Of Representatives

A bill seeking to prevent US companies from outsourcing jobs overseas by "abusing" H1-B programme has been re-introduced in the House of Representatives and may hit Indian IT firms and professionals

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President Donald Trump To Seek Advice Today From Firms Offshoring Work To India, Others

President Donald Trump, who has vowed to stop US manufacturing from disappearing overseas, will seek job-creation advice on Thursday from at least five companies that are laying off thousands of workers as they shift production abroad

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President Donald Trump Calls For More US Auto Jobs, Factories Ahead Of CEO Meeting

US President Donald Trump on Tuesday will push the chief executives of General Motors Co, Ford Motor Co and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV to increase production in the United States and boost American employment

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Donald Trump Warns CEOs Of Huge Border Tax If They Shift Jobs Abroad

US President Donald Trump has warned business leaders that he would slap a "substantial border tax" on American firms that set up manufacturing bases abroad while offering to "massively" cut down regulations and taxes to encourage companies to produce products domestically

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Davos CEOs 'Go Local' On Supply Chain In Donald Trump Era

Business leaders in Davos, traditionally the high priests of globalisation, are talking up the benefits of local production this week to shield themselves from criticism from incoming US President Donald Trump

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Expect US Policies To Be Friendly For Business, Innovation, Says Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka

Stating that any "discernible pattern" of clients worrying about adverse visa policies is yet to be seen, Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka on Friday expressed hope that policies of the new Trump administration would be friendly towards business, innovation and entrepreneurship

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Infosys Q3 Profit Up 7% At Rs 3,708 Crore; Revenue Guidance Revised To 8.4-8.8%

The country’s second-largest software firm Infosys on Friday reported a 7 per cent growth in its consolidated net profit at Rs 3,708 crore for the October-December quarter of the current fiscal

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Donald Trump Nominee For Attorney General Promises More Curbs On H1-B Visas

The Trump administration will take steps, including pushing legislative measures to curb "abuse" of H-1B and L1 visas by foriegn workers, President- elect Donald Trump's nominee for the post of Attorney General has assured US lawmakers, moves that could significantly hurt Indian IT firms and professionals

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Won't Allow H-1B Visa Holders To Replace US Workers, Says Donald Trump

President-elect Donald Trump has said he would not allow Americans to be replaced by foreign workers, in an apparent reference to cases like that of Disney World and other American companies wherein people hired on H-1B visas, including Indians, displaced US workers

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