Ethos describes the beliefs or ideals that characterize a community, nation and its ideology. The expression “Indian Ethos in Management” refers to the experiences of Indian civilization over the centuries for managing both the professional as well as personal front.
According to research by Deloitte, 94% of executives and 88% of employees believe a distinct corporate culture is important to a business’ success.
The list of gender discrimination issues at work, particularly in India, is endless. But let’s start right at the top. Only 5% of India’s CEOs are women.
Holi is a Sanskrit word which is also known as the Spring Festival and sometimes, also referred to as the Festival of Love.
Human Resources is probably one of the few business functions where women employees are as many or sometimes more than men. Some theories suggest that women has higher emotional quotient as compared to men.
People in India and outside, who are familiar with the epics like the Mahabharata and the Ramayana, know about female protagonists such as Sita, Draupadi, Kunti, and so on.
The Indian IT industry has made significant progress in recent years, in terms of empowering women and reducing the gender gap. For FY 2017–2018, the IT and ITES sector employed 34% women
The education system is undergoing a paradigm shift due to the pandemic, which has accelerated digitalization for every sector.
If you are a working mom, you know the struggle of snoozing the alarm for five more minutes, getting your kid ready for school, managing the home chores, and prepping yourself to travel to work to face hundred more emails and countless meetings during the day.
Since the 19th century, women have been struggling for parity and righteousness. They have become victims of outrage imposed by a misogynist institution.
It was a historic moment when Finland’s Sanna Marin became world’s youngest woman prime minister at the age of 34.
In an ideal world, workplaces would be meritocracies where every employee gets their fair share of responsibilities and rewards. However, our reality is rife with biases, whether they are unconscious … Read More