Flip side of fat pay cheque: Executives under a lot of pressure
There is also constant pressure to scale up or move out. This, along with high standard of living, is leading to more burnouts, say counsellors.
Try to see employees for what they really are
When people miss observing the obvious, they form judgments about people. When you observe the obvious, you realise that people are only behaving in a certain way because of their current state of being.
Aviation crisis: 10 AI flights cancelled as stir enters eighth day
The pilots have been calling in sick and not reporting for duty in protest against rescheduling of training programme of Dreamliner and issues related to their career progression.
Living the good life in your budget
Indian travellers continue to enjoy vacations with off-season discounts and smart value-for-money travel packages. Here’s your chance!
Gujarat's first spine centre inaugurated at Wockhardt hospital
Gujarat's first spine centre was unveiled at the N M Virani-Wockhardt hospital.
B S Yeddyurappa received royal treatment in jail
The royal treatment began even before BSY entered the jail premises - with jailers making way for him through a side door so that he could avoid news cameras.
DMK finally gets real on Lankan issue
Ruling DMK has sought to distance itself from the fighting militant group in Sri Lanka, LTTE, saying the party only supported the cause of Tamils and not the “revolutionaries”.
Paras' MENA report card lured Reckitt
Mena factor is emerging as the draw for multinational suitors looking for Indian companies, the recent Paras Pharma buyout by Reckitt Benckiser has shown.
DMK's stand on Lankan issue
DMK has sought to distance itself from fighting militant group, LTTE.
Extension in trading hours may make brokers' lives harder
Now traders will have to begin their regular meetings at 7.30 am and continue up to 8.00 pm, and probably even beyond. The journey of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala
First case of Dengue death in Delhi
The first dengue death of the Capital was reported on Saturday as a 22-year-old man succumbed to the disease at Maharaja Agrasen Hosptial in Punjabi Bagh.
Gizmo addiction, a new lifestyle disease
An increasing number of people, across age groups, find it difficult to live a moment without their gadgets and even find solace in them. Hot handsets
Best spas to rejuvenate your senses, up your well-being
A rewarding spa session can effectively relax your strained muscles, detox your body and improve your wellbeing. The few hours spent in a spa can be truly worthwhile.
The right foot forward
Drish Shoes Can’t Put A Foot Wrong: Indereshwar Singh Paul's company Drish Shoes will soon launch shoes specially designed for diabetic patients.
Dabur keen on Amrutanjan, hires Kotak
Is the Chennai-based 100-year-old cold balm-maker Amrutanjan, a possible takeover target on Dabur India’s radar?
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