The most successful companies are built on great people, and how well they are able to hold on to good talent. In no other sphere does this hold more true than among startups. Because of the high demand for top quality talent, and the associated high attrition rates in startups, most companies struggle to hold on to the crème-de-la-crème of their workforce. And while there are several factors that contribute to employee job satisfaction, one…
Right from clothes to mobile phones to books, these portals have it all. However, the e commerce has also brought with it wonders of shopping anonymously, and making a whole range of products available that were unthinkable before. So, no awkward questions to the shopkeepers, no embarrassing peeps from your shopping bags. From freshly produced cowdung to alien ears to midwife training silicon figures, we are spoilt for choice! Have a look at some of the weirdest products you can buy and get home delivered in India. While Flipkart and Snapdeal have their share of bizarre, Amazon hands down for housing the most WTF products you can think or not think of.
14 year old Taylor Rosenthal came up with the idea of First Aid dispensing vending machines, an idea that could save many lives and help deal with medical emergencies near kids areas. His startup RecMed, which he launched in 2015, has already been generating buzz. He’s raised $100,000 in angel investments and has already rejected a $30 million offer to buy his idea.
The famous Dabbawallas of Mumbai have stepped in with a unique idea, the Roti Bank. Their aim is to connect exceed food at parties and households and distribute it to the poor and hungry.
Creatx.io is an Indian company that has developed a SaaS solution for publishers that sits on top of their CMSes and aims to provide a superior workflow layer.
A few years ago, when Amit Jha (Name changed) was working as a clerk at a jewelry store in Bihar at his family’s behest, little did he know that soon he’d be making a fortune by selling rolls.
We have compiled the best of clips from some of the CCTV footage of shoplifting in India or involving Indian perpetrators. From the style of the theft to the swiftness of the act, these clips would have you blink twice, and wonder if that really happened. While jewelry seemed the most popular choice for thievery, these cunning rogues haven’t spared laptops, saris, mobile phones, cash and even beer in their heists.
Companies like TCS, Infosys and even Google are taking charge to encourage reduction of food wastage by employing simple, but effective messages, looking to encourage minimal food wastage.
When the cities are choking under the pressure of rapid urbanization and overpopulation causing rising temperatures, pollution and a reduced quality of life, more people choosing to move out of big cities and into small, sparsely populated towns can only be a good thing.
After a successful series on people who quit their jobs to follow their passions, we bring you people who quit cities in favour of small towns and villages, to inspire you.
A person spends the better part of their waking (and sometimes sleeping) hours at the workplace. So naturally, it’s an integral part of our lives, for good or for bad. However, amidst all the chaos, pressure and the depression, there’s a few people who manage to put a funny spin on everyday situations at work and make it look less like a chore and more like a riot. So here’s our list of 25 of the funniest tweets on office lives and jobs, including some from the funniest Indian Twitter accounts there are. If you have a job, you will relate with them.