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Rukmini Rao
New Delhi, March 18, 2021
As job description and roles across sectors transform based on digital goals of companies, diversity and inclusion have become more holistic


PTI
March 8, 2021
These groups will represent and support the diverse communities that make up the workforce and are open to all Star and Disney India employees


Anwesha Madhukalya
March 2, 2021
The report said that while many women in India have the flexibility of working from home, they face other barriers including lack of time and discrimination for family care. Lack of time is the topmost barrier for working women


Ajita Shashidhar
New Delhi, September 17, 2020
As work from home and even work from anywhere is becoming the norm, companies are going all out to become more diverse


Anshu Daga
August 26, 2020
If we can build a safe space for our people to share their opinions and reflect on them without judgement, it can create a paradigm shift in how we deal with bias


Sonal Khetarpal
July 31, 2020
NEP 2020 has got the ball rolling to fix the school education but is innocuously quiet in acknowledging the contribution of the private schools and the failure of the public school system


Nidhi Singal
New Delhi, July 16, 2020
The IBM AI Curriculum was launched in collaboration with CBSE in September 2019 to impart AI skills to 5,000 Grade XI students and 1,000 teachers across India


Yasmin Ahmed
New Delhi, June 10, 2020
IBM CEO, in a letter to the US Congress, wrote that the company is going to withdraw from the sale of facial recognition for mass surveillance and racial profiling.


PTI
June 10, 2020
IBM CEO Arvind Krishna highlighted the need to create more open and equitable pathways for all Americans to acquire marketable skills and training, and the need is particularly acute in communities of colour


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 17, 2020
Fifteen companies that have successfully balanced employee aspirations with demands of the business


Balakrishna D R (Bali)
February 12, 2020
Once AI truly comes into its own, it could lead to gross GDP growth of around 26 per cent or $22 trillion by 2030


E Kumar Sharma
New Delhi, January 27, 2020
Valli Arunachalam, the older daughter of former executive chairman MV Murugappan, her sister Vellachi Murugappan and their mother MV Valli Murugappan together hold 8.15 per cent stake in Murugappa Group


E Kumar Sharma
New Delhi, December 11, 2019
Shorter employee stints is a new reality. Here is what managements are doing to build loyalty and get teams to deliver


PTI
November 7, 2019



Sonal Khetarpal
October 31, 2019
The top issue on fraudulent information, according to Authbridge's Annual Trend Report 2019 for Employee Background Screening relates to employment tenure, qualification verification, address verification, reference check and even identity verification


Goutam Das
New Delhi, October 3, 2019
WEF India Economic Summit 2019: One reason why companies are struggling with Industry 4.0 is because they are enamoured by the technology rather than thinking about the business, Rajat Gupta, Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company, contended.


Goutam Das
September 12, 2019
Social intelligence is about perceptiveness, awareness, the ability to resolve differences, trustworthiness and transparency. Creative intelligence is originality, curiosity, deep thinking, connecting the dots


Goutam Das
July 16, 2019
'In India, 65 per cent feel that some of their work could be done by a robot. Whereas, in developed nations such as the United States, only one out of three respondents shows confidence about their role not being taken over by AI'


Rajeev Dubey & Ajita Shashidhar
New Delhi, May 13, 2019
Even though as CEO Susan Wojcicki was on her maiden visit to India - YouTube's largest user base - she cut her teeth in the media industry as an intern with the India Today Group way back in 1991. \"I used to live in Kalkaji (New Delhi) and travel to the India Today office in Connaught Place by bus,\" she fondly remembers. In fact, her first assignment as an intern was to write about the birth of e-mail. From there, Wojcicki went on to rent out her garage in the US to the Google founders and eventually became Google's first marketing manager in 1999. In conversation with Business Today's Rajeev Dubey and Ajita Shashidhar, Wojcicki talks about YouTube's ambition, its brush with regulators, fake news and her unflinching faith in YouTube's ad-supported business model. Edited excerpts:


Dan Adams | M Muneer
New Delhi, April 14, 2019
What if you could double your new product resources by employing people who understand the technology and markets, who cost nothing to bring on board, and can start work tomorrow?


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