On a commute from work to home, I strike a conversation with an Uber driver and I’m let in on some amazing insights, and learnings that lend a perspective on life, career and on the economy.
First days at work can sometimes decide the rest of your tenure in a company. I still look at my first day at Google fondly, fresh out of college and first time in a corporate environment.
However, there are some things I wish I did or didn’t do, that would’ve helped the rest of my journey at google.
I’ve changed several jobs since then and here’s what I have learnt about making the most out of your first day or even the first week at work.
I know I could say I’m unwell but I’m in the best of health possible.
I would like to take a day off work today because…
An interview with one of the most promising female musicians in India
Let these companies be a cautionary tale and do not end up on the next list
In a chat with OfficeChai, Vijaya talks about her rise from her humble beginnings in Bihar, her transformation from a housewife to being synonymous with Zumba in the city.
Take a virtual tour into the work culture as told by 22 Indians, across 22 different countries across the globe
The number of women in the work place is increasing however the situation is still not all rosy.
Organisations would do well to initiate and undertake a number of steps, over the long and short term, to ensure an equal environment for their women workforce.
Let’s face it, slugging it out at a job that you’ve mentally checked out of isn’t helping anyone. Not your company, not your career and least of all, you. You are in it for the money, but maybe this job has run its course. Maybe you should be looking at greener pastures. Maybe you should move on. It’s about time.
Here are the ultimate signs it’s time to quit your job. And trust me, these are coming from someone who’s faced them, in multiple jobs.
Despite a great resume, relevant skills and experience, something was amiss. What was I doing wrong?
An account of my utter failure at converting phone interviews into jobs, and a list of practical lessons that I’ve learnt from this.