Features in the mail box that will ask users whether they want to send mail after a certain time, or having a timer that warns one of doing an “overtime” on the computer, and ‘do not disturb’ mode are a few ways employers can get their workforce to take a break from gadgets. … [Read more...] about Digital detox should begin at the workplace
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By Lalit K Jha Washington, Snapdeal, one of India's largest e-commerce platforms, has contested a US Trade Representative report that placed it on the Notorious Markets List for counterfeiting and piracy, and termed it ill-informed and incorrect. Snapdeal and four Indian shopping complexes have figured in the latest 2020 Review of Notorious Markets for Counterfeiting and Piracy issued by the Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR). "The report released by the USTR tarnishes the image of the world's leading marketplaces, including Amazon, Mercado Libre, Pinduoduo, Shopee, Snapdeal, Taobao, Tokopedia and many others, based on incorrect understanding of practices and laws applicable to various markets," a Snapdeal spokesperson said in a statement on Friday. "The report reflects a poor understanding of the governing law in various jurisdictions, including India. While courts in India continue to uphold and assert the distinction between marketplaces and sellers, the USTR report … [Read more...] about Snapdeal terms USTR report placing it on Notorious Markets List ‘ill-informed’, ‘incorrect’
Understanding analytics: The principal component of launching a digital marketing campaign is to be able to judge the way it affects the traffic towards the potential employer’s website or sales towards their products. This helps translate consumer behaviour into actionable business data. Therefore, learners need to understand social media metrics and Google Analytics and be fluent in using tools such as SEMrush to track the numbers that will help them improve future campaigns. … [Read more...] about Master the virtual space
While it is indeed true that we want to try out different roles, and define meaning largely by new learnings and experiences, we would want job-hopping to happen on our terms. In other words, we would want the job market to be stable, and we should be in a position to choose and leave organisations and not the other way around. And, as regards leaving organisations, contrary to popular belief, we are not internally programmed to fly the organisational nest, every two or three years. Listen to what a millennial-professional has to say about this. “Millennials and generation Z would not want to leave an organisation that is growing, offers stability, and provides learning opportunities,” says Shradha Puri, corporate head, human resources, Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic. … [Read more...] about How can inter-generational collaboration be achieved at the workplace of the 2020s?
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