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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.
India ranks third lowest in having women in leadership roles for the third consecutive year; shouldn't this be cause for alarm?
Making the right career choice is a big step for young adults; more so today as there is a plethora of choices out there. What can make you both happy and successful?
From a a lawyer to a business writer and head of client services at a creative agency, Anusha Singh tells us about her shift in careers. Read here!
Effectuation is a buzzword in the field of entrepreneurship. What is effectuation really? This video explains.
Meet Revathi Roy, the woman who pioneered Asia’s first all-women taxi service and India’s first all-women two-wheeler parcel delivery service too.
Here are 6 inspiring women scientists turned entrepreneurs that you could get inspired by - you or your daughter could become one of them someday!
Nimrat Kaur's career with her unconventional choices is one that inspires other women to take bold decisions. Her recent performance in The Test Case is an example.
A patriarchal rural society, where my students showed that a #PressforProgress towards a more equal society could be made, if only one step at a time.
Meet these superheroes armed with words and books - Abhigya Shukla Akester & Jemimah Marak, who do their work in remote areas in India.
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
It is still a man's world - as an ambitious professional woman though, you can't wait for everything to be set right - make it happen!
It is time for us to contemplate the issue of how childcare norms work in India - and how these penalise mothers as well as fathers.
Find your quota of inspiration from these multi-talented women today who don’t shy away from chasing their professional AND creative ambitions!