By FPJ Web Desk
The ministry has prescribed involvement in unauthorized access of any IT system, computer network of the employer, customer or client as ...Read More
By Suchayan Mandal
2021 is way different from any other year. We say this because the year gone by had witnessed one of the worst phases in the history of h...Read More
Net office space leasing fell 44 per cent year-on-year during 2020 to 25.82 million sq ft across seven major cities as corporates deferre...Read More
Along with local tea stalls, office chairs, parties and lunch break are the things which Indians missed most about their workplaces while...Read More
Paytm has doubled down on its efforts to hire staff from smaller towns and allow them to continue working from those locations instead of...Read More
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, video calls allowed life to go on in an ever-changing world, but for some these virtual session went awry.
By Sanjay Jog
His message to the opposition was that Maha Vikas Aghadi government does not merely talk but act fast
New Delhi: The Delhi government has issued work-from-home (WFH) orders for 50 per cent of its employees associated with non-essential ser...Read More
Here are five laptops that have been found to be powerful performers at an economical price bracket.
By Pooja Prabbhan
From mental health apps and healing crystals to Netflix subscriptions and ‘work from home’ furniture, the carts of young Indian gifters a...Read More
The government on Thursday announced simplified guidelines for BPOs and ITES companies to reduce the compliance burden on them and to fac...Read More
By Farzana Suri
For women, juggling both work and family, the pressure of working from home has made it overwhelming.
New Delhi: Signalling the future of work in the pandemic times, nearly one in three call centres (27 per cent) in India will switch perma...Read More
About 52 per cent employees and 64 per cent C-suite executives in India are seeing just how effective remote work can be and embrace the ...Read More
Close to one-third of workers in India cited increased rates of burnout over the past six months with the lack of separation between work...Read More
According to a survey, strong support from family and flexible work hours
led to the rise in hiring of women employees from 30 per cent t...Read More
By Tina Khatri
To understand its implications, we bring an overall view of the situation with pros and cons, as analysed by experts.
The study examined how productivity patterns in Microsoft Teams have shifted since early this year and surveyed over 6,000 information an...Read More
By Teji Mandi
Even before the pandemic struck, WFH was an idea whose time had come. In polluted cities with long traffic hours and high office rentals,...Read More
By Prof G B Luthria
No matter how big or small a task is, we need our hands to execute it. But, in times of pandemic where 'humble hands' can be a transmitte...Read More