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EPS-95 pensioners will embrace death outside EPFO Office as talks with government fails to highlight the need for upskilling in the current business environment at its 56th HR Conclave Bengaluru Edition!

Published on December 6, 2018

Bengaluru: Despite growing at an accelerated pace, the Indian economy is beset by the twin challenge of rising unemployment and the increasing shortage of professionals equipped with new-age skills. Enterprises are struggling to fulfil their talent demand as a result, even as jobseekers find their career opportunities severely limited. How do modern enterprises tackle this situation? It is to initiate meaningful discussions around these critical issues that, the second-largest online job portal in India, is organising its upcoming 56th HR Conclave in Taj MG Road, Bengaluru.

Scheduled on December 7th, 2018, at the event will bring together top HR leaders to share their insights into the talent shortage that Indian businesses face, as well as the steps they can take to plug the growing skills gap. Industry experts such as Shilpi Saxena (HR Head – Kurlon Ltd.), Lakshmi Sridhar (Vice President- Corporate Talent Acquisition – Microland Ltd.), and Deepali Dani (Head of Talent Acquisition – Walmart Labs India) will talk about the urgent need for upskilling and creating a sustainable talent pipeline. Jatinder Salwan (Head HR – Societe Generale Global Solution Centre) will moderate the panel discussions at the event.

Speaking about the upcoming event, Zairus MasterCEO –, said, “India’s young talent pool is an incredible resource which is currently not being used to its full potential. Our latest HR conclave is aimed at initiating discussions around how this problem can be resolved. We believe that upskilling of the country’s workforce holds the key to unlocking the next phase of enterprise growth, as well as the growth of the larger socioeconomic ecosystem. Not only will upskilling address the growing skills gap that businesses are facing today, but will also help Indian professionals in becoming ready for tomorrow’s tech-driven, digitally-led future.”

Themed ‘Upskilling and the New Talent Pipeline’, the 56th HR Conclave will see prominent industry leaders share their thoughts about how Indian organisations can fulfil their current and emerging talent demand for long-term success and growth. The event is also aimed at raising awareness about the increasingly-critical need to upskill/reskill the workforce and highlighting the important role that nonconventional online learning resources such as can play in driving India’s reskilling revolution. currently offers 500+ industry and government recognised courses and certifications, across multiple domains, curated from top global educators. Through this platform, is significantly shortening the reskilling/upskilling journeys of Indian jobseekers and empowering them with the skills they need to thrive in a fast-changing business landscape.


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