WORK FROM HOME
Ambareesh Murty’s work-from-home hack: Make processes simpler
Murty also believes that productivity improved substantially with work-from-home.
RevFin boss feels WFH is a great idea, but physical meetings have their own charm
Aggarwal shares how he balances work from office and stayin...
Probus Insurance CEO feels WFH culture is ideal, but human interaction more reliable
Once Covid restrictions were lifted, Rakesh Goyal visite...
Truth behind virtual work parties: the good, the bad and the strange
Companies are turning to events organisers to create virtual social events for staff.
Running gives Resurgent India MD some me-time to introspect
Jyoti Prakash Gadia relies on running and his spiritual beliefs to be healthy.
Phone, Zoom app helped Fabrento boss transition to WFH effortlessly
Lamba didn’t have a functioning home office but set about creating one during lockdown.
Mivi co-founder got her me-time back after resuming work from office
Midhula Devabhaktuni, Co-founder of Mivi's office is only a few minutes from her home.
Gautam Singhania says he's not a tech-slave; chooses gadgets based on functionality
The Raymond CMD has never used a fitness watch.
The WFH era: Azim Premji feels hybrid work model will drive growth & give flexibility to women joining force
The IT czar said that over 90% of tech industry still continues to work from home.
Work from anywhere is the future of work — it increases productivity: Prithwiraj Choudhury
"The greatest benefit for the employee is that you have control over your time, which is called ‘temporal flexibility’ — you don’t have to commute, you can work in the day or at night depending on your personal style and you get geographic flexibility about where you want to live. "
Remote work is a leveller — location doesn't matter. Only your internet does
Nicholas Bloom teaches economics at Stanford University. Sharing his insights with ET Evoke, he discusses the huge productivity rises in work from home — and its possible drawbacks which must be addressed.
Work from home technology will focus on individual needs: Andrew Kun
Andrew Kun teaches electrical and computer engineering at the University of New Hampshire. Sharing his perspective with ET Evoke, Kun describes the growing role technology will play in our work from home lives.
Ready to return to office? Formals are out, work attire will be more about comfort
The pandemic has seen the trend toward comfort accelerate.
One person, several roles: How working moms are struggling; here’s what would help
Women have always done more of the child care and housework, and also the invisible labor.
Constant need to check & reply to emails affects productivity of working professionals
55% of millennials say working from home has significantly increased their time spent on emails.