Q. Our company has grown quickly, and we now have more than 100 people. I once had tight relationships with everyone; now I find that not everyone understands who I am, my values, or what I’m about. What can I do to allow us to get to know each other better? … [Read more...] about A CEO asks: Can I still form bonds with employees as the company grows?
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"Over the past few months, with the outbreak of COVID-19, the off-premise consumption of wine has driven rapid growth in the category and we expect this trend to continue to be strong for several months as more meals are cooked at home and home entertaining takes precedence over dining out," Abhay Sharma, founder, Sonnamera said, as quoted by the publication. … [Read more...] about Sula Vineyards to export wines to Singapore, tap other South-East Asian markets
2. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is perhaps the only central bank in the world to have set up a special quarantine facility with its officers, staff and service providers, numbering about 200, for critical operations to ensure business continuity in banking and financial market operations and payment systems. Other teams in the RBI have ensured availability of digital banking channels, ATMs, internet/ mobile banking, cyber security, redress of customer grievances, and carried out sustained campaigns about safe use of digital transactions through RBI Kehta Hai. Our teams have also provided logistical support, and engaged in analysis … [Read more...] about Read the full statement of RBI governor Shaktikanta Das on monetary policy
After getting out of jail, he started killing taxi drivers, feeding the bodies to crocodiles and selling off the stolen cars. Sharma was also involved in a kidney transplant racket with Dr Amit Kumar. Sharma performed at least 125 illegal transplants between 1995 and 2004. And, then, he was arrested. For the next 16 years, he remained in Jaipur jail. … [Read more...] about Jaipur doctor killed over 100 people and fed their bodies to crocodiles
The IT Ministry should remove hurdles around ease of doing business for the software products industry, said Nakul Saxena, Director-Policy, iSPIRT. "The government should also quickly introduce incentive programmes for MSMEs to buy Indian software products," he added. … [Read more...] about Indian software product firms seek elimination of Softex forms, other reforms