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Organizing the unorganized , an opportunity in crisis

Organizing The Unorganized, An Opportunity In Crisis

Apr 25, 2020

The World Bank Group recently said, coronavirus (COVID-19) is a crisis like no other the world has faced estimating that the pandemic could push about 49 million people into extreme poverty in 2020. A large share of the new poor will be concentrated in countries that are already struggling will increase with estimated 16 million in South Asia.

With 90% of our people working in the informal economy, India is grappling with a herculean task of protecting these workers, their livelihoods & …

Publication: BW Business World

Chandigarh: 62% industrial units plan to cut manpower

Chandigarh: 62% industrial units plan to cut manpower

Apr 23, 2020

According to the survey conducted by Assocham, in partnership with business and management consulting firm Primus Partners, of 3,552 small, medium and large segment industries in manufacturing, infrastructure and service sector, only 36% of the industries would like to retain their human resource for re-opening of the economy.

Publication: The Times Of India

COVID-19 impact on industry to last beyond June: ASSOCHAM survey

COVID-19 impact on industry to last beyond June: ASSOCHAM survey

Apr 21, 2020

The economic stress on Indian industry arising out of the nationwide lockdown forced by the COVID-19 health emergency is expected to last well beyond one quarter, according the respondents of an ASSOCHAM-Primus Partners’ joint survey.

The report on the survey findings also highlighted that companies are planning deferment or cancellation of investment plans and that more employers prefer to retain manpower than those seeking to reduce the head-count…

Publication: The Week

Stress on industry due to Covid-19 to extend beyond Q1 of FY21, more firms willing to retain manpower: ASSOCHAM Survey

Stress on industry due to Covid-19 to extend beyond Q1 of FY21, more firms willing to retain manpower: ASSOCHAM Survey

Apr 21, 2020

The ASSOCHAM-Primus Partners Survey was conducted across different sectors, including manufacturing, infrastructure and services with a sample size of 3,552, encompassing all segments of the industry- small, medium and large.

Publication: The Economic Times