Just before the Battle of Kurukshetra , Kunti tied a Raksha Bandhan on her grandson, Abhimanyu’s wrist. Shachi, the wife of Indra, tied a rakhi on her husband before he undertook the battle against the asura King, Mahabali.
It’s been said that there’s nothing worse than finishing fourth at the Olympics. And we have seen this very recently during Olympics 2021 in Golf for India.
The second wave of COVID-19 has affected the job market in some sectors in India, from small businesses including micro and medium to large enterprises are laying off more employees as demand and sales have dropped due to the localized state lockdowns.
The efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity of sales representatives directly impacts the revenue, so organizations must look for ways to engage sales people better to improve their general productivity.
Human Resource Management (HRM) has certainly evolved over the decades and this department is now considered absolutely critical for business success.
The lockdown forced us to adapt to new working patterns quickly. And now, as the restrictions have started to ease, we’re thinking about adopting some of these new practices in the longer term.
“The risk of the pandemic is still significant. We are ensuring precautions in all our activities from manufacturing to logistics and sales. It’s sad that despite every effort by our Governments and medical professionals, another wave of the pandemic is hitting us.
When the pandemic hit, adapting to the ‘new normal’ was quite the challenge. In the initial few weeks, while most people kept themselves engaged with trending challenges and spent more time with their loved ones, for employees working from home, it has been a different ball game altogether.
An economically strong and independent woman, like any other individual, can contribute significantly to any household, state or nation financially and socially. The issues concerning equality of sexes isn’t a festive phenomenon, but a raging topic that needs to be highlighted as a matter of prime focus when it comes to issues such as GDP, parity index, and overall growth of the economy.
Introduction of the legislation to implement the setting-up of the Higher Education Commission of India is expected to liberalise higher education in sync with the NEP.
The overall budget maintains the trend of enhancing the quality of life of Indian Citizens. Simplification of processes, faceless assessment and now faceless appeals are a reflection of this Government’s continued commitment to fight corruption.
What the country lacks is the right combination of manpower in different departments and skilled employees in all forms of banking. Today, there is lot of focus on people competency development.