Take a virtual tour into the work culture as told by 22 Indians, across 22 different countries across the globe
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.
Story of a negative personal experience with a startup in India
You’ve been dreaming of finally leaving your corporate cubicle forever. Maybe it’s because you think your work is boring and repetitive. Maybe it’s because your boss is an prick. Or maybe it’s because you’re truly passionate about something, and are willing to forego the comforts and perks of a normal job to follow your dreams.
We bring you 10 people who did leave their corporate cubicles. Their motives were different – some have set up businesses, others have travelled, yet some others have tried to give back to society. But their underlying motives remain – they’ve turned their backs on a safe, conventional life and taken the plunge. And they’re all very happy with their life choices.
Organizations take great care in building up a solid reputation over the years with great products, impeccable service and fostering an inclusive and harmonious work culture. However, at times, the actions of one or a few employees can cause immeasurable damage to the entire company. We profile employees who their company probably regrets hiring.
Have you ever complained about the rigid dress code at your work place? Or when the mercury went soaring in those hot months of the summer, felt like stripping down to the bare minimum? Even if you have, what this publishing house in San Francisco, California, did for a month will probably shock you. However, they weren’t just being flippant. There was science and psychology behind the move. Conflicted by the mixed views on the…
Taking a cue from their global counterparts like Google and Amazon who have played elaborate pranks on their customers and audiences for April Fools, Indian companies too joined the party this year with hilarious setups for the occasion. Here are some on the best April Fools pranks that were seen on the Indian corporate scene. 1. Ola This prank began early in the morning of April Fool’s day, when Ola sent out the following tweet…
Featuring 12 of Twitter India’s most popular names, and their story – Yes, those funny people have lives, and jobs.
Excel fields are running empty. Code reviews are getting ignored. Office bays seem strangely deserted. And bosses don’t seem to be minding for once. It’s world cup season, and India is putting aside trivialities like deadlines and revenue targets to get a dose of its favourite pass time. Here’s how.
The Pao vs Keiner case has brought renewed focus on whether the tech world is hostile towards women. Tech companies across the board seem to have had their share of sexual harassment incidents.