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8 ‘Wisdoms’ From the Global Happiness Conference

Last month, my co-founder at Butterfly and I found ourselves in Dubai at one of the most exclusive global conferences in the world, alongside some 4,000 of the brightest and most influential leaders and policymakers from the public and private
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Tax-free gratuity ceiling for private sector employees to be doubled to Rs 20 lakh

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times Private-sector employees will soon be able to withdraw up to Rs 20 lakh in tax-free gratuity after the Centre decided to amend a law and double the amount, bringing them at par with
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4 Steps HR Can Take to Protect Employee Medical Records

In April 2014, as electronic medical records became standard, the FBI issued a “private industry notification” warning health care organizations of an increased number of cyber intrusions targeting medical records due to, among other
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Private Sector Jobs Grow By 147,000 In October

ADP said private employers added 147,000 new workers to the payrolls last month, the smallest private sector jobs increase reported by the payroll processing and HR services company since April. Economists were expecting the ADP National Employment
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156,000 New Jobs Added Last Month as Economy Continues Modest Growth

Jobs grew at a steady, if modest rate in September, with employers adding 156,000 non-farm jobs during the month. This morning’s monthly jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics was not far off the forecasts of labor economists who
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Private Sector Hiring Soared to 216,000 This Month

Private sector hiring soared in November as employers added 216,000 new workers, just shy of 100,000 than the 119,000 hired in October. HR services and payroll processor ADP and its partner, Moody’s Analytics, reported this morning that
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This Is What It's Like For Female Entrepreneurs In Afghanistan

It's been 15 years since U.S. forces invaded Afghanistan. In the capital city of Kabul—the world’s fifth-fastest-growing urban population, which jumped from half a million in 2001 to over 4.6 million—the Afghan government struggles against a
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Vehicle recycling: Can Mahindra's plan save the day?

From: Via: RT @FortuneIndia: Vehicle #recycling: Can Mahindra's plan save the day? @arnikathakur
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Stephen Dubner, “Freakonomics” Host Answers Everyone’s Burning Economics Questions

From:   By: Isaac Taylor Via: Stephen Dubner, "Freakonomics" Host