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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

Stress on industry due to Covid-19 to extend beyond Q1 of fiscal: Assocham survey

Stress on industry due to Covid-19 to extend beyond Q1 of fiscal: Assocham survey

Apr 21, 2020

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

The report of 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: Time of India

Opportunities from Covid-19: Re-imagining the benefits management system in Digital India

Opportunities from Covid-19: Re-imagining the benefits management system in Digital India

Apr 13, 2020

The country is on the right path in its march towards leveraging technology and creating a disruptive solution for service delivery.

 

Former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi had said in 1985 that only 17 per cent of the money meant for beneficiaries of government schemes actually reached them. Times have changed, and changed dramatically since then.

Publication: dailyO