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Seeta Bodke is a Business Consultant and Senior Manager from the IT sector. After spending over a decade in managerial roles, she decided to follow her heart and take up freelance writing and blogging. When she is not sifting between the lines on current affairs and social issues or experimenting with fiction, she brings here her experiences and observations from the corporate world.
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Sometimes, even small changes can improve your work life balance, and ultimately, your quality of life. Start making these changes today.
While technology is said to make us lazier, money management apps and tablet features like these can surely make your life a lot more efficient to manage.
These useful free learning apps will help women and men at work to keep their learning updated - in the convenience of your home.
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How to deal with a male manager sidelining you: Since Indian norms prevent the genders from mixing, many male managers still treat female employees warily.
Travelling abroad for work can be uncomfortable for Indian women who grew up in protected environments. Here's how to make the transition easier.
As working women in India become more driven, ambitious and upfront about their goals at work, some of us also adopt the workaholic tag willingly. Is that a good thing?
In many Indian families, the MIL-DIL relationship is full of passive or open conflict. But, does it necessarily have to be this way?
Jobs for women interested in the IT industry need not mean Programming. Jobs in IT include business development, technology architecture, client management too.
Working remotely is a great option, but it can have an impact on one’s career. How can Indian women work from home effectively and move up the ladder too?
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