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March 5, 2014

Double Standards | Aarti Shyamsunder

0 Aarti Shyamsunder, PhD, is an industrial-organizational psychologist, with experience in various aspects of the organizational life-cycle – right from designing pre-employment tests for entry-level jobs to developing high-potential senior leaders, and consulting with organizations on their D&I (diversity and inclusion) strategy. In her current role as Director of Research...
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Hiring Managers Advice

0 We asked experts – tips from 20 top Hiring Managers. WATC asked 21 leading Hiring Managers from different sectors within the City to provide their views on CVs, interviews and a list of those all important do’s and dont’s to help you land that job. What do you look...
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Interview Tips

0 We asked experts – tips from 20 top Hiring Managers. WATC asked 21 leading Hiring Managers from different sectors within the City to provide their views on CVs, interviews and a list of those all important do’s and dont’s to help you land that job. What do you look...
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Ubiquitous India: No 4 – Truck Hoppers

0 This blog is dedicated to the P-Js of Powai. All over India, on every road, from the busiest expressways to the narrowest country lane – there are people hitching rides or being transported on the back of commercial vehicles.  They are lone riders, family groups, gangs of workers –...
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It Gets Easier By Mumbai Mum

0 It’s a lie. There, I said it. I don’t want to depress any new mums out there that are waiting and waiting for ‘it to get easier’, but I really feel like it’s gotten harder. In the beginning, the sleep deprivation, the responsibility and the sheer emotional and physical...
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The History of International Women’s Day

0 International Women’s Day has been observed since 1911. 1908 Great unrest and critical debate was occurring amongst women. Women’s oppression and inequality was spurring women to become more vocal and active in campaigning for change. Then in 1908, 15,000 women marched through New York City demanding shorter hours, better...
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