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Himani Chandna

Himani Chandna is a Senior Special Correspondent at BW Businessworld covering issues around pharmaceuticals, healthcare, job market, talent acquisition and management of human resources

Latest Articles By Himani Chandna

Reskilling: In The Age Of Machines

Himani Chandna

The appetite for traditional IT jobs is on the decline due to rise in robotics and automation. IT professionals must therefore reskill themselves to stay in the game

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Coke's President Venkatesh Kini Steps Down, T. KK Krishnakumar To Take Over India And Southwest Asia Business

Himani Chandna

While his exit becomes effective starting May 1, Venkatesh will remain with the company until the end of July to ensure a smooth transition with his successor, company said. Venkatesh has capably served the company for 19 years

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Faces Who Count

Himani Chandna

Different family members play an important role in running the 119-year-old corporate empire

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Rock Solid Empire

Himani Chandna

A slowdown in the economy and rising acquisition costs have derailed the Godrej Group’s plans to achieve a 10-fold growth in 10 years. But Adi Godrej isn’t the one to complain

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IT Companies To Remain Slow In Hiring

Himani Chandna

The hiring at IT majors including the top five IT services companies – Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys, Wipro, Cognizant and HCL Technologies is muted – these companies in total, hired around 60,000 engineers from campuses in 2016 compared with more than 100,000 last year

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'Labour Reforms Will Be A Focus Area'

Himani Chandna

Gopal Krishna Agarwal is the national spokesperson of the BJP on economic affairs. He interacted with Himani Chandna on email

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There Are No Jobs

Himani Chandna

Neither PM’s ‘Make In India’, nor growing FDI inflow has been able to overturn the dwindling hiring intent in the country. In addition, automation and lack of employable skills are making matters worse

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“Skill Gap Is One Of The Biggest Challenges”

Himani Chandna

Abheek Barua, Chief Economist at HDFC Bank spoke to BW Businessworld's Himani Chandna in an exclusive conversation

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British Medical Journal Calls For Taxation On Unhealthy Food & More Tax On Tobacco Products

Himani Chandna

South Asia is home to more than half-a-billion people spread over highly diverse countries. In comparison with India and China, Southeast Asia is less visible in global politics and economics

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'We Will See Many Startups Failing Quickly'

Himani Chandna

Sunil Kant Munjal, Chairman of Hero Corporate Service, spoke to Himani Chandna of BW Businessworld on issues such as Infosys’ pay hike controversy, demonetisation and job market

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