July 11, 2020
the fully loaded magazine
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Double Standards? If Governments Can, Why Can't Private Companies Slash Or Defer Salaries?
Can the government insist a business owner to dig into his personal savings and sell private property to ensure the employees are paid, asks attorney Gunjan Paharia
Apr 17, 2020
Opinion | Don't Procrastinate, Reinvent Yourself For Survival Post-Corona Lockdown
Within catastrophe lies opportunity. Once the pandemic is under control, numerous businesses will require support to beat the downturn, writes industrialist and author Robin Banerjee
Apr 17, 2020
100 Million And More Indian Jobs Are At Risk After COVID-19 Lockdown. Is Your Job Safe?
Post-lockdown, the world of work won’t be what we used to know. For many, the uncertainty of livelihood would likely linger much longer, and be no less painful.
Apr 17, 2020
Muthoot Finance In Jumbo Mess As Warring Workers Seek Their Dues
Muthoot faces protest for anti-labour practices as workers allege that company spends big in IPL and on Bollywood stars but treats staff shabbily
Sep 26, 2019
Universal Minimum Wage And Its Implementation
The distance from ground reality to optimistic wage proposals
Mar 13, 2019
Fair Pay For Fair Play
Law guarantees a right to minimum wage. But the rates are too low.
Sep 13, 2018
Across Industries, Gender Pay Gap Remains A Yawning Maw
According to the Monster Salary Index, 2017, women, who only make up 27 per cent of the Indian workforce, are paid 20 per cent less than men overall, and 68 per cent of working women report having experienced wage inequality.
Sep 13, 2018
Lachmi Deb Roy
Picking A Teacher’s Purse
Underpaid, overworked—teachers are in a bad way. And schools are reluctant to comply with strict CBSE rules.
Sep 28, 2017
‘Hospitals Can’t Be Vengeful’
"Nurses’ strike in Kerala points to grievances in the sector, but Rs 20,000 minimum wages is irrational, says Dr Harish Pillai, Kerala president of Association of Health Care Providers India.
Jul 27, 2017
Booked For A Rough Ride
Lured in by huge incentives initially, radio taxi drivers feel betrayed by their companies
Feb 23, 2017
Citing Mumbai’s Dharavi As Example, WHO Chief Says Covid Can Be Controlled
Lay-offs, Pay Cuts... How’s The Josh? Here’s The First Ever Post-Covid Office Mood Survey
Working On ‘Very Big, Merit-based’ Immigration System: Donald Trump
It’s Time We Normalise Queer Love Stories In Movies: Divya Dutta
‘He Deserved This Fate,’ Says Vikas Dubey’s Wife; Father Shuns Last Rites
OPINION | Michael Holding’s ‘Educate The World’ Plea On Racism Just Perfectly Pitched
OPINION | Cricket Faces Saliva Test But What A Joy To See It’s Back To Business Again, Almost!
OPINION | Karnataka’s Decision To Allow Online Horse Race Betting Good News For Online Gaming Sector
Cricket Diaries | When Gary ‘Glittering’ Gilmour Left Lillee, Thomson In His Wake
OBITUARY | Sir Everton Weekes, Butcher And A Gentleman
Guilty Conscience And Sheer Neglect Of Legacy: Congress Has Lost Narasimha Rao To BJP
Car Carrying Vikas Dubey Tried To Avoid Cattle, But Overturned: Police
10 Big Questions About Vikas Dubey Encounter, Former Top Cop Suspects It To Be 'Staged'
No Covid Vaccine Before Next Year, Officials Tell Parliamentary Panel
Turkey's President Formally Makes Iconic Hagia Sophia A Mosque
Has Delhi Started To Flatten Covid Curve Or Is It A ‘Data Gimmick’?
Psoriasis Injection Okayed For Limited Use To Treat Covid Patients
1st Test: West Indies Lead England By 114 Runs On 1st Innings On Day 3
Real Madrid 2-0 Deportivo Alaves: Zidane's Men On Brink Of Title Glory
In God's Own Country, It's Reboot Time For Tourism Sector In Kerala
Left Out Of Centre
Scared Of The High And Mighty, Odisha Police Is Always At His Master's Service
Unlocking A Lockdown: Outlook Presses On