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Greater gender equality in leadership demands dismantling of systemic barriers: Fireboltt co-founder Aayushi Kishore

"Greater gender equality in leadership demands dismantling of systemic barriers, fostering mentorship programs and promoting workplace flexibility," said Aayushi Kishore, co-founder, Fireboltt.

Assertiveness and open dialogue are key to overcoming DEI challenges: Pratiti Bhaumik, Virtusa

“Challenges associated with gender equity and inclusion are reflective of broader societal issues. Overcoming these hurdles needed assertiveness and fostering open dialogue to address biases and misconceptions,” said Pratiti Bhaumik, Senior Vice President, HR Corporate, Virtusa.

Fostering Women’s Safety: The Synergy of Schemes and Technology

India's 21st-century journey reflects remarkable progress across various sectors, making us the fifth-largest global economy. Yet, as we cherish our advancements, we must confront our societal challenges, especially crimes against women.

Budget 2021: Expectations of startups, salaried individuals, health and IT sectors from FM Nirmala Sitharaman

Where Budget 2020 was declared as an aspirational budget, Budget 2021 is expected to be an executionary one in view of economy-revival, as required after the worldwide pandemic took place in 2020
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Over 50% candidates with Hindi, regional languages clears UPSC civil service exam in 2018

In 2018, a total of 812 candidates were recommended for central civil services, among them 485 candidates were those who had chosen Hindi or other regional languages as mother tongue

Appraisal Time: 83% of millennial employees ready to switch jobs for a pay hike

As many as 80% people would consider changing their job in order to secure a pay rise; a majority of them being in the 25-34 age group, said a report from job search firm Indeed.

Pay equity: 70% companies are taking action to address gender pay gap but do they really understand it; click to know

More than 70 percent of organisations have started taking action to address pay equity, but fewer than one-third of them believe they have been successful in closing existing pay gaps at their organisation, according to CEB.

On International Women’s Day Nasscom and Mercer launch report to showcase IT-BPM readiness to support new mothers

Report launched on International Women's Day, titled ‘Facilitating Returnships: Providing Infrastructure to Returning Mothers’, showcase the IT-BPM industry’s readiness to support new mothers who want to return to their careers
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Gender bias in hiring is a reality: Midhula Devabhaktuni, Mivi

“Some people might consider gender bias insignificant. However, it is a reality that many women are excluded based on gender. We should aim for a more balanced representation at all levels, from junior developers to CEOs," said Mivi co-founder Midhula Devabhaktuni.

Google ‘internally’ settles gender discrimination suit with $118 million in compensation

The $118 million settlement covers about 15,500 female employees who have worked for the company in California since September 2013.
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