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This CEO runs a tight ship working from home

This CEO runs a tight ship working from home
This CEO runs a tight ship working from home
Although their business is on hold, Bailom says he and his team are adapting to the new reality in all aspects.

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Jalesh Cruises CEO believes some ground rules need to be in place even for remote work.

It’s a case of so close, yet so far for the CEO of Jalesh Cruises who can see his cruiseliner, sitting pretty on the ocean, from his home office. “If the weather is clear, I can look at my ship, which is anchored in Mumbai,” says Jurgen Bailom.Although their business is on hold, Bailom says he and his team are adapting to the new reality in all aspects. “Even when we return, the way we cruise will go through a significant change. Hence, we have
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