Himani Chandna

Himani Chandna is a Senior Special Correspondent at BW Businessworld covering issues around pharmaceuticals, healthcare, job market, talent acquisition and management of human resources

Latest Articles By Himani Chandna


Job Market Revival On Cards In Next Two Quarters

85 percent of the respondents are not likely to hire workforce in next three months.

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We Want To Build Talent First And Buy Later: Nandini Piramal

Mothers should never quit their jobs. Their children, especially daughters, must always know that their mother is working and she is an ambitious,independent woman.

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First Step Towards Achieving Dreams Is,To Begin: Anand Piramal

One should believe in themselves and that destiny is not written in the lines of your palms but by the grasp of your hands.

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Next Gen Business Leaders: Nandini Piramal and Anand Piramal

One thing that the siblings share in common is their belief in the tenets of the ‘Bhagavad Gita’. Quotations from the holy text are engraved on the walls of corporate office in Mumbai.

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Emotional, technological and survivor quotient makes one employable

A testimony to the success of these initiatives is our Employee Engagement scores where the satisfaction rate for Women employees is 2% higher than men and 15% higher than the industry norm.

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'GST is unlikely to help improve the IT export market' says Narayana Murthy

If your entrepreneurial dream has crashed, get up quickly, dust your knees and start working again, Murthy advises.

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How to build a great company, tells Narayana Murthy

Father of the IT industry, Co-founder of country's second largest IT sector behemoth Infosys,NR Narayana Murthy shares his style of leadership and thoughts over idea of compassionate capitalism.

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Sun Pharma Took Two Years To Integrate Ranbaxy’s Employees

While Sun Pharmaceuticals started out the process of easing out excess employees from Ranbaxy, company also undertook several initiatives to relax and motivate the rest

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The Unstoppable Raj: She bats,She leads

'In addition, I believe one should not be bossy. Leading is often confused with dominance. Consider opinions of people in your team, hearing out everybody boosts the morale of the team,' said Mithali Raj, captain of Indian Women's Cricket Team.

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'Relying on family and friends has made me stronger,' said Manu Narang Wadhwa

Wadhwa says that negative emotions are often more contagious than positive ones, but it's important to nip them in bud by channelizing emotions into positive aspirations.

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