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Corporate-Weary Executives Are Beginning to Embrace the Gig Economy

As an executive coach and advisor to some of corporate America’s most influential leaders, including those in career transitions, I have the pleasure of helping very powerful people. I have seen and coached through it all with my clients and...
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What Jaitley's two FB posts tell us about the economy and finance ministry

From: Buisness-standard By A K Bhattacharya Recommended by: business-standard Last week, Cabinet Minister Arun Jaitley made two significant announcements on social media that instantly became big news. More than their significance
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Successful Companies Will Be Those That Embrace the New Employee Economy

As the world of work evolves, the employee-employer relationship has also evolved and now looks much different than even a few years ago. The employee journey is fluid, and organizations must allow for the movement into, within, and out of...
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The Walmart effect on economy

From: Buisness-standard By Sukumar Mukhopadhyay Recommended by: business-standard Walmart’s $16 billion purchase of Flipkart has triggered a debate once again around the logic and the impact of it on the retail market in
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Uncertainty over Goa's economy

From: Buisness-standard By P K Mukherjee Recommended by: business-standard Goa is staring into an abyss of uncertainty. The Supreme Court’s decision to effectively ban all mining operations in the state with effect from March 16
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Mythbusting the Gig Economy

If 2017 was the year “gig economy” became a household phrase, 2018 will be when businesses adopt this flexible workforce model at scale. Why? We’re in a new era of work, where professional success has many definitions, business
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Economic Survey prescription: Beat investment slowdown with public spending

From: Buisness-standard By Saugata Bhattacharya Recommended by: business-standard The detailed and innovative analysis of the past few Economic Surveys was ratcheted up in FY18, with the goods and service tax (GST)-enabled data