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NatWest’s HR Head On Maintaining Work-Life Equilibrium In WFH

Although remote working may have offered a break from the hectic daily commute, digital fatigue and increased screen times have introduced many issues in balancing work and life. Talking on the same lines, Maneesh Menda, Head - HR, NatWest Group India highlighted how companies are supporting employe

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Women Are Better At Maintaining Mental Health As Compared To Men: Study

Almost 1 in every 3 people personal life is affected due to work stress, results showed from cities like Delhi, Hyderabad and Kolkata. Prominently (89%) people expect employers to implement health and wellness programs and only (75%) are satisfied with what is being currently offered

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Hybrid Work Culture Is less Preferred By Employees, 89% Want Employers To Bring Wellness Programmes: Survey

Given the pandemic accelerated the usage of technology, the survey observed that usage of medical devices and apps is more prominent among those who have contacted Covid and once recovered are more likely to drop these habits.

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Work-Life Balance In Jeopardy- Adobe Survey

As we enter the future of hybrid work, Adobe surveyed 5,000 people — enterprise workers and small-to-medium business (SMB) owners — across seven global regions, asking respondents where they feel the most time pressure and how it has impacted their work and personal lives. Their responses reveal the

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A Balancing Act

The question remains if that is indeed the case- do work and life always run as mutually exclusive? Umpteen number of times does a CXO get asked how they manage 'work-life balance'

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Women Shift To Flexible Work Culture Due To Pandemic

The shift to flexible work and increase in the use of digital technology during the Pandemic has increased the number of women workers.

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Gender Equality For Women Begins With A Robust Parental Policy

Recent research shows that when women are well represented in leadership positions, chances are that the companies are going to perform 50% better than their counterparts who don’t have women in leadership roles

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HR Leaders Prescribe Self-Discipline And Flexibility For Work-Life Balance

Maneesh Menda, Head of HR India, NatWest Group, explains, “I think that when you are ‘Working From Home’ you are Working from home and Working for home, on both sides and therefore it becomes challenging to define the boundaries.”

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Breaking News: Infinite Paid Leaves, Alongwith Piloting a 4-Day Work Week For Its Employees At Oyo

Agarwal mentioned that, "from now through July please take a day off whenever required. No one will be questioned or asked to give a reason. Just inform your reporting manager and no need to log them on the system as well."

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Are “Double Shifts” for Working Women a Reason for High Attrition?

Women tend to “lean back” in their careers after becoming mothers, with 43 per cent of highly qualified mothers either taking a break from work or not pursuing promotions after having kids.

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