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Women Employment in IndiaWomen’s Web aims to promote women employment and growth at work. We focus on women’s self-development and offer information about career development and opportunities.
There's no denying that women have it harder at work, but being the badass woman opens new doors for you! Here's to smashing that glass ceiling.
At the recent prestigious Penguin Annual Lecture in Delhi, noted actor Priyanka Chopra laid out her 12 bold rules for success.
My child and I moved to a different city from my husband for a better career. This long distance relationship might be unusual, but we are making it work.
In conversation with the businesswoman-cum-language teacher Pallavi Singh who is making people understand culture through language in India.
#Poetry. An evocative poem about a widowed woman in her 50s, whose children have flown the nest - and one day she finds that only she can make or break her life.
Ever wondered how it would feel to have women honour women change-makers for the work they do? Come for the Orange Flower Digital Summit and Awards.
Malini Gowrishankar, the dynamic entrepreneur behind F5Escapes, dreams of an India where women can travel freely. And she's helping to make it happen!
War reporting is not easy, and even less so people doubt your abilities just because you're a woman. Here are 6 female journalists who went to the frontlines!
Going into 2018, here's looking back to 2017 with immense gratitude at women who inspired me and gave me strength to get up, dress up, and get going even on bad days!
Is it possible to reinvent our careers, follow our passions and love what we do? We tried to find the answers in our weekly Twitter chat for #WomenOnTheMove Do you feel that you aren’t doing what you want to do? Does the start of your work-week trigger overwhelming feelings of anxiety, sadness, or stress and you lack […]
In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan answers a question on how to become a writer. How can someone with a flair for writing find opportunities?
In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan answers a question on how to socialise at work when there are very few women in the team
Why is it so hard for some men to accept a female boss, no matter how competent she is? Deal with it!
A day in the life of a work from home mummy, complete with toddler sneaking in to wish her team on calls, is busy, but never boring!
Here's to beginning the new year 2018 with a message of love, hope and courage for every working woman in India!