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Why is Vishal Sikka keeping quiet about new MD and CEO of Infosys, Salil Parekh?
Why is Vishal Sikka keeping quiet about new MD and CEO of Infosys, Salil Parekh?

Salil Parekh will occupy the corner office at the Infosys Bengaluru office as MD and CEO of the IT giant.

Dozing
off at a date? Women in Japan aren't falling in love due to stress at work
Dozing off at a date? Women in Japan aren't falling in love due to stress at work

Office love is no longer alluring and blind dates were even regarded as stressful and tedious.

Your workplace can make you sick this winter: Try these essential vitamins for better health

Cold and flu are spread by coughs and sneezes, and is especially common in the winter months.

Your workplace can make you sick this winter: Try these essential vitamins for better health
Dealing with workplace sexual harassment: Consent not the same as yes; need more women in power
Dealing with workplace sexual harassment: Consent not the same as yes; need more women in power

American legal scholar Catherine Mackinnon says that equality is the best way to deal with harassment.

The robots are coming: About 800 million workers worldwide may lose their jobs to automation by 2030

Even if the rise of robots is less rapid, some 400 million workers could still find themselves displaced.

The robots are coming: About 800 million workers worldwide may lose their jobs to automation by 2030
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Shashi Kapoor Passes Away: A Look At His Life In Pictures
Shashi Kapoor Passes Away: A Look At His Life In Pictures
From Tesla's Model 3 to the BMW i8 roadster,The Hottest Wheels From The LA Auto Show
From Tesla's Model 3 to the BMW i8 roadster,The Hottest Wheels From The LA Auto Show
When Deadpool, Darth Vader And Spiderman Hung Out At Tokyo Comic Con
When Deadpool, Darth Vader And Spiderman Hung Out At Tokyo Comic Con
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Caught in the act: Planting false stories to smear rivals may backfire for you
Caught in the act: Planting false stories to smear rivals may backfire for you

Companies that spread fake news against their competitors ultimately experience the brunt of negative publicity.

Fun workplaces alert! Restaurant owners in Bengaluru are devising interesting solutions to retain staff

Restaurant owners are going beyond paying just salaries to woo their employees.

Fun workplaces alert! Restaurant owners in Bengaluru are devising interesting solutions to retain staff
Workplace sexual harassment: Which kind of behaviour is considered inappropriate for office? 
Workplace sexual harassment: Which kind of behaviour is considered inappropriate for office? 

Experts say sexual harassment can be difficult to combat because people have different reactions to others' behaviour.

Women-led investor groups are interested in taking over The Weinstein Company

The Weinstein Company is on the verge of bankruptcy after sexual misconduct allegations that have poured in against Harvey Weinstein.

Women-led investor groups are interested in taking over The Weinstein Company
Have same vision & values to avoid clashes in family-businesses: Victorinox CEO, Carl Elsener
Have same vision & values to avoid clashes in family-businesses: Victorinox CEO, Carl Elsener

Elsener feels that the main reason for clashes is that people look out too much for themselves.

Fashion mogul Paul Smith says the key to success in business is to not be snobby

Smith says designers go "horribly" wrong when they "do things to just get the attention of the press".

Fashion
mogul Paul Smith says the key to success in business is to not be snobby
Sudhanshu Vats says Viacom 18's story is being written every day
Sudhanshu Vats says Viacom 18's story is being written every day

Vats says this is just the start, and new worlds are opening up to them.

Sexual harassment at work ups risk of anxiety, depression in women

In order to cope with the situation, these female victims also resort to drink and drugs.

Sexual harassment at work ups risk of anxiety, depression in women
Stressed at work? Here's why you should always reconsider your decisions
Stressed at work? Here's why you should always reconsider your decisions

Making decisions in this type of situation, known as a cost-benefit conflict, is dramatically affected by chronic stress.

Bosses, take note! High-pressure expectations from employees could lead to 'workplace cheating'
Bosses, take note! High-pressure expectations from employees could lead to 'workplace cheating'

When employees feel their job depends on meeting high benchmarks, some fudge results in order to stay employed.

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