A legal solution to discrimination based on the employee position needs immediate cognizance. Not only do such practices demotivate workers but also makes them feel like an unwanted resource. It is a fact that each worker, from the chief executive to the junior-most staff, can make or break an organisation's reputation and brand. … [Read more...] about Class divide in India Inc: Are companies choosing to ignore it?
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Right now, the seal is a simple ring design with ORCAA’s killer whale logo and text that reads, “Algorithm audited for accuracy, bias, and fairness,” with the date. Falkenberg hopes to one day update it so it gets timestamped from the date it’s uploaded to a company’s website. Because algorithms are constantly changing, Falkenberg wants the seal to let users know when an algorithm was last certified. O’Neil says algorithms should be regularly audited–perhaps once every two years or so, depending on the complexity of the code. Falkenberg also hopes to link the seal to O’Neil’s website so users can understand exactly what it means when they see it. … [Read more...] about This logo is like an “organic” sticker for algorithms
Denny Tomy, Business Head at loan advisory firm, theloanguru.in adds, “A borrower can build a separate corpus by decreasing the EMI and invest those savings in mutual fund schemes that give higher returns than the interest being paid to the bank for the home loan.” Also, the corpus built over five years, for instance, will be helpful in paying a lump-sum amount and reducing the principal outstanding. … [Read more...] about 2020 to usher in lower EMIs for SBI’s home loan customers
Finding a kid-friendly device like an e-reader or audio player is a pain point for a lot of modern parents. Kids’ content, like educational podcasts, shows, or audio books, are often part of bigger catalogs when using a platform like Amazon Prime or Google Play. So the parent either has to cue up the content themselves, or hand the operation over to their kid, who has to navigate a large library of options. And even if parental controls are set up for those platforms, the physical controls and interfaces aren’t designed for clumsy hands or developing brains. … [Read more...] about This smart speaker for kids is a godsend for modern parents
Unlike most restaurant businesses, Luke’s Lobster is 100 percent responsible for every aspect of its supply chain. No middlemen here. This hands-on, transparent approach is its secret to innovation—and great tasting food.In this video, television personality Tyler Harcott gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the story behind what well may be the world’s best known lobster roll and the people who make it happen. Luke’s Lobster co-founder and CEO Luke Holden, a third-generation fisherman, shows Harcott what it takes to get fresh seafood from the ocean, to his customers—rain or shine, sleet or snow. … [Read more...] about Revolutionizing the restaurant industry, one lobster at a time