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Drama Teen | A book by author Lina Ashar

I was at Billabong High International School Bhopal, interacting with a few of our teenage students who were sharing their pain points while interacting with parents and while giving them solutions for their pains points I got the idea of writing a book that would address both Parents and Teens....
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Coffee, an eye opener | Shelley Subawalla

Having been born and brought up in a city like Delhi, I tend to take a lot of what I see and hear around me for granted. It was only recently that I learnt how to keep my eyes and ears open and actually soak in the plethora of activity...
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Nine best tips for women starting their careers

Being an independent woman in today’s age is no small feat. You are expected to carry as much weight as your significant other of the different gender and develop a career for yourself in the process. Even if you are single, at some point you won’t be, and chances are...
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Maternity Bill – What it means for Indian corporates?

With the Maternity Bill being passed, India is placed inthe league of progressive nations with respect to maternity benefits. For companies it means considerable investment and implementation nuances. Please find below what the Maternity Bill means for Indian corporates ? Happy to get on a call and discuss this with...
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Register for Back 2 Work for women on a career break

Back 2 Work is an initiative of Women at Work and is the first ever digital career event for women on a career break. Back 2 Work want to bring back your passion for work with their career event. Why should you register? Only for Women on a Career Break...
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Being bold for change in South Asia | Meera Syal

Every year on International Women Day, we all take the opportunity to recognise two things; the remarkable achievements of women across social, economic, cultural and political spheres, and the barriers that prevent other women achieving their true potential. It’s no secret that women across the world continue to face discrimination...
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Eight reasons to send your CV to small companies

When looking for a new job, most of the people will dream about joining a big company. They dream about a massive infrastructure, a career program, added benefits, and, yes, the unique opportunity to brag about where they work. However, not all of it is entirely true. There are several...
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2017 Catalyst Award Winners announced

Catalyst have announced the winners for their 2017 honors, which celebrate International Women’s Day at their Annual dinner gala.   This year’s winners include BMO Financial Group, 3M and Rockwell Automation. The companies have been recognised for their exceptional efforts in helping women advance in business. The Winners will present...
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Culturama: February 2017

        Culturama February 2017: Here are the key picks- An interview with V.R. Ferose of the India Inclusion Summit on the need for an inclusive India. Visit the stunning Golden Temple in Amritsar. All about the enduring royal romances of India. Love the South Indian thali meal?...
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The five worst pieces of career advice given to students

Before going out into the world, college students are given career advice by their teachers, parents, peers, and even their school career centers. When it is time to find a job, these pieces of advice will run through your head and you will not know which exact step to take...
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