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“Virtual Works” A Hybrid And Flexible WFH Package By YesssWorks

YesssWorks Spaces has introduced 3 budget-friendly Virtual Works Packages starting from the range of INR 999 onwards.

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To Hold On Or Let Go The Office? Conundrum Of Start-Ups & MNCs In India

The office spaces of MNCs traditionally, have their own vitality. In addition to creating a space to connect & collaborate, companies invest in office spaces that reflect their brand, provide premium employee amenities, create a smart building experience and setup IT infrastructure for data security.

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Amazon India Most Attractive Employer Brand, Microsoft India 2nd: Survey

The survey also noted that the Indian workforce prefers to work for companies operating in sectors like IT, ITeS and Telecom.

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India Notifies Pact With US To Check Tax Evasion By MNCs

This information will enable an enhanced level of assessment of tax risk.

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We Have A Comeback Story To Tell

In an interview with BW, Vijay Mansukhani, MD, Mirc Electronics (Onida) tells Ruhail Amin about the resurgence of Onida, the scope of growth of consumer electronics market in India and the reasons why Indian consumer electronic brands don’t compete on a global scale

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This Is How MNCs Judge You In Interviews

Panasonic India believes in allowing its workforce to be creative, be able to make decisions, solve problems and contribute to the overall success of the business

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An Agenda For The Next 30 Years

Industry has to also focus on innovation, development excellence and cost control, along with the highest quality standards to remain competitive and play an important role in the global markets that it can

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Brand Modi: Sharp But too Niche?

Many years ago as a young consumer researcher, I had the opportunity to work on the revitalisation of a well-reputed but shrinking business. A baby oil from a much-loved MNC.

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The Indian Cash Cow

If it were a murder, it would have been the perfect murder. It was quick and quiet. In February, while India’s corporate governance vigilantes obsessed over Maruti and its deal with Japanese parent Suzuki, Alstom Transport India, a wholly owned subsidiary of French engineering major Alstom, bought out the transportation division of Alstom India, another arm of Alstom. The division was sold for Rs 176.9 crore, a figure far lower than the division’s sales for the previous 12 months, leaving minority shareholders of the Indian arm high and dry.

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