May 17, 2021 at 6:01 pm by chitti97
Bunaai: A Brand Aiming to Weave Both Fashion and Culture

Just at the age of 13, Pari Poonam Choudhary was determined to build her prospects and professional career around the world of fashion. She recognized her interest and passion for fashion. Bunaai was established in 2016 with only a limited edition launch and became the first choice for its customers. Bunaai aims to make its…

October 6, 2020 at 2:07 pm by chitti97
How this Triangle business is building a culture of inclusiveness through diversity

As people and companies nationwide continue the fight for social justice, diversity and inclusion initiatives have taken a front row seat in the workplace. BASF Agricultural Solutions North America, headquartered in Durham, North Carolina is making it a priority. Hiring a diverse workforce, inclusive of people with different life experience, ability, race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religious…

October 6, 2020 at 1:39 pm by chitti97
Analytics are the antidote to toxic meeting culture

How can you change something if you can’t see it? The low and variable quality of meetings is a consistent pain point for organizations large and small. While ‘Zoom fatigue’ is certainly a recent driver of meeting dissatisfaction, for years, general meeting culture has discouraged diverse participation and quality engagement. A study published in the American…

October 6, 2020 at 1:31 pm by chitti97
4 Strengths of Family-Friendly Work Cultures

As Covid-19 grew into a pandemic, Michael Schaffer, a father of three in a dual-working household, worried a lot: about his parents in Delaware; about his highly creative, curious, and social kids, who’d had to switch to remote learning; and even about his dog, who was now sharing the home with everyone 24/7. But what…

October 6, 2020 at 1:24 pm by chitti97
What Is Culture And How Can You Spread It Remotely?

Richard Dawkins coined the term “meme” in his 1976 book called The Selfish Gene. He used the word as “attempt to understand why some behaviors, from an evolutionary perspective, seemed to make no sense, but somehow or other, were found to be very common in human societies.” Today the term “memes” generates millions of search…