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Work Culture Workplace Manners

6 reasons why laughing at workplace is better for you

· January 21, 2019

Laughing is one of the most sustainable intervention to reduce workplace stress and increase productivity of employees.

Employee Engagement Work Culture

Job burn-out: Sure-shot signs of workplace exhaustion

· January 17, 2019

Work-related burnout is usually characterized by physical/emotional tiredness, cynicism and hampered productivity.

Technology Work life Balance

7 ways in which technology is ruining your work-life balance

· January 14, 2019

Technology enabled intrusions are pushing employees to stay connected to work all the time.

Employee Engagement Productivity Workplace

Workplace relationships: Here’s why and how they are important

· January 3, 2019

Harmonious relationships within workplaces have more than many advantages.


10 workplace resolutions that can accelerate your career growth this New Year

· January 2, 2019

From minimizing your work commute to learning a new skill, here a few resolutions that can ensure a more productive 2019.

Work Culture

7 workplace trends to watch out for in 2019

· January 2, 2019

We take a look at top workplace developments that are likely to thrive in the coming year.

Work Culture

8 trends that redefined workplaces in 2018

· December 19, 2018

Corporations across the world aimed to build a more inclusive, diverse and thriving workplace culture.


It’s not always your fault: Dealing with stigma attached to job loss in India

· December 15, 2018

Irrespective of the reasons, the onus of job loss is inevitably on the employee.

Career Promotion

Is your promotion truly worth? Here are a few factors that will help you evaluate

· October 15, 2018

There is more to job promotions than just lucrative pay rises and attractive perks.

Money Salary

Terrified of starting salary negotiations? Here’s why you shouldn’t be scared anymore

· September 27, 2018

Negotiating an entry-level salary can be a nightmarish experience for many fresh graduates. However, polite, non-intrusive negotiation isn’t a bad thing, after all, say experts.