— Kanav Sharma (@kanavdm) January 24, 2020As per Sharma's allegations, the driver went on to brand him an "anti-national" who finds faults with everything the government does. "You must also be against CAA and NRC," the driver told Sharma.He continued, “you are one of those anti-national people who find everything wrong with the government. You must also be against CAA and NRC” (4/n) … [Read more...] about Ola gets pulled into ‘free speech’ debate following passenger complaint on driver’s behaviour
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For example, consolidating multiple computer servers that aren’t well utilized into one larger and more energy-efficient server not only reduces energy demand and greenhouse gas emissions, but also frees up space, electricity, and cooling capacity to support new business. … [Read more...] about Worker buy-in is the real key for successful corporate sustainability
While it is seen that the government is looking at matching the growth and spending pattern of our country with the global economies, they could also look at the deductions/benefits provided by those countries (such as deductions for married couples, child in the US, personal allowance both in the US and UK, work-related expenses in Australia, etc.) for the salaried class. This would again help with increasing the disposable income in the hands of the individual. … [Read more...] about Budget 2020: Personal income tax rate cuts need of the hour
Uma Kadhir, a 37-year old Mumbai resident just quit a housekeeping staff job in a pharmaceutical company after she was diagnosed with severe immune deficiency. This was purely because she was not ‘allowed’ to eat in the same cafeteria as the other staff and her work timings did not permit more than 20 minutes of absence. Result: She skipped meals. … [Read more...] about Class divide in India Inc: Are companies choosing to ignore it?
Comedy Central’s latest scripted series mostly takes place inside an office, but has little in common with Office Space or The Office. Instead, it’s a matte-black satire about the emptiness of the American dream. Whether you more resemble the jaded junior executives at the center of the show, their disgruntled minions, or the soulless demigods at the top of the food chain, you’re equally complicit. And even if you purposely veer off on an independent-minded trajectory—Corporate explores several of these—all roads feed into the cartography of capitalism. The system is inescapable. The center cannot hold. You might as well have a laugh. … [Read more...] about “Corporate” Is the Funniest Eulogy For Capitalism You Will Ever See