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Sarika Tainwala

Sarika Tainwala is a corporate marketing professional with 6+ years of work experience in Client Servicing, Business Development, and content writing with Imagic Creatives Pvt Ltd, Think IMC, Aegis BPO, and Air Deccan airlines among others. Academically she’s studied – Executive General Management Program (EGMP), IIM, B, Six months of Management Development Program-(YPP) from IIM, K, PGDMM, St. Joseph College of Administration, Bangalore,B.Com- Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. She’s also a voice-over artist and loves to gym and watches movies. She’s a management professional who turned into a writer and loves reading the romance genre and Indian authors. She aspires to release her own novel someday.

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Job Search Stressing You Out? Here’s A 12 Step Process To Land The Job Of Your Dreams

The job search process can be hard, whether you are a fresher or an experienced professional. Here's how to go about it methodically.

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Is Keeping Secrets The Secret To A Healthy, Happy Relationship?

You have a secret, one that your partner is unaware of. Does it make your relationship an unhealthy one? Here are a few pros and cons of keeping secrets!

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How Traditional Management Practices Still Limit The Progress Of Indian Women At Work

Whether it's bias against women (especially of child-bearing age), casteism, or nepotism, India Inc needs to work much harder to create a fair workplace.

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10 Productive Things To Do On A Sabbatical From Work

Taking a sabbatical from work is still considered risky but not a no-go; here's how to use the time productively and enjoyably. 

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Women Need To STOP Adjusting To A Crime As Horrible As Domestic Violence!

Ours is a country where as many as 55 percent of the women face domestic violence. Isn't it time we spoke up and did something about it?

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