Many companies prefer to hire candidates who come in with vibrant professional networks, as it demonstrates their hustle and ability to make connections, he says. It also makes it easier for employers to identify and even poach other strong candidates.
With the rise of protectionist polices in the west, can the EU and Japan capitalise on them to shift the balance of power?
The Bohra community has victimised girls for many years. Let’s try to understand the causes and the effects of ‘Khatna’.
Netherlands seems to have withstood the test of rising populist sentiments in Europe but for how long?
With the demand for another independence referendum gaining a huge popularity in Scotland, the situation is far more complicated than it seems.
As the ABVP demands the ban of the hijab and burqa in pursuit of establishing a uniform dress code, educational institutions in Karnataka are experiencing religious polarisation.
The proposal for strict economic reforms in Brazil has not gone down well with the general populace.
With multiple test firings and the assassination of the dictator's half-brother, what can one now make of North Korea's ambitions?
The EU appears to be on the path of economic recovery but the path ahead is unclear.
In an age where applications can track one's every move, to what extent can such personal information be misused?
Can sovereign wealth funds accelerate development or will they succumb to corruption and misappropriation in developing countries?
With the commencement of the first Presidential debate, this election season will determine where France stands on the European Union's map.
The Government has proposed subsidies to be given to MSMEs for the promotion of Information and Communication Technology. However, will such an incentive be enough to achieve this goal?
In a bid to boost customer confidence, Paytm implements free insurance for its e-wallet.
The imposition of safeguard duties on imported steel has ruffled Indo-Japanese relations. Following the Japanese intention of resolving the dispute through the WTO, what will India's next move be?
With US government becoming more and more hostile towards Mexican immigrants, Mexico has declared its stance on the situation
"To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often” - key to start-up success.
Judging gender on the basis of apparel or speech is a futile stereotype notion.
Internal party discord, ethnic parties and the ousted Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) all present challenges for Suu Kyi.
Google has taken over the six time winner Apple to become the most valuable brand of 2017, in a report published by Brand Finance.
NYU psychologist suggests that good habits can be built by immersing oneself in an environment that limits choices.
The prevailing assumption is that in the scientific community, women don't perform at par with men. This myth has to be addressed.
Sales and service staff need to consider and influence a portfolio of relationships, not only customers, write Willy Bolander, Christopher R. Plouffe, Joseph A. Cote and Bryan Hochstein
Elites reveals that their weddings are more than about conspicuous consumption or celebrations of new kinship bonds. They are a show of strength, a glamorised return to tradition, and a celebration of social conservatism.
By Amy C. Chambers
"What is real? Because unceasingly we are bombarded with pseudo-realities manufactured by very sophisticated people using very sophisticated electronic mechanisms. I do not distrust their motives; I distrust their power. They have a lot of it. And it is an astonishing power:
President Trump’s 2018 federal budget proposal has serious long and short term ramifications for the American economy.
In the first article we discussed the pyramid of data science. For an organisation to be truly effective in leveraging data science, they need to embed data science into their Operations, their systems and their management. Organisations have traditionally due to not have regular processes
Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data. 90% of the world’s data was created in the last two years alone. Vast amounts of data can yield insights that can change the world. From helping prevent deforestation, predicting the weather, growing more crops to preventing diseases,
Mobile tracking technology can prove to be a great asset to the study of human movements and help to improve the delivery of any aid or disaster relief.
Are changing tastes and overbuilding to be blamed for threatening the regional shopping centre in America?