How to keep women from leaving the workforce has been a much-debated subject around the world. By now everyone knows the script, women join work in good numbers but very few make it to the top. At every step beyond, they either leave or get pushed out.
Having customers who are also Facebook fans are more valuable to retailers than those shoppers who aren’t as social media savvy, new research finds.A study by researchers at the University at Buffalo, Texas A&M University and Aalto University in Finland ,.
I talk with CEOs across the globe who are disappointed in their HR people. They would like to be able to use their chief human resource officers (CHROs) the way they use their CFOs—as sounding boards and trusted partners
In case of miscarriage or medical termination of pregnancy, a woman shall, on production of such proof as may be prescribed, be entitled to leave with wages at the rate of maternity benefit, for a period of six weeks,.
Some believe a lack of financial or technology literacy, risk-aversion or difficulty with accessing capital are the reasons women-owned companies haven’t expanded at the same rate as their male counterparts.
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Effective Administration and Achieving Goals!
Here are a few critical points to be considered for starting and succeeding in your own business and owning profitable and successful business.
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1. Leaning Back too much — you come off lazy or arrogant.
2. Leaning forward — can seem aggressive. Aim for a neutral posture.
3. Breaking eye contact too soon — can make you seem untrustworthy or overly nervous.