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Author: Manish Nama

INCIVILITY

Incivility: A Route to Unsustainable Business Introduction In today’s society, it’s all too common to encounter rudeness, grumpy behavior, and a penchant for making sarcastic or unnecessary comments. These behaviors have unfortunately become pervasive, permeating various aspects of daily interactions. What’s…

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DARK TAKEOVER OF THE DARK PATTERNS

WHAT IS DARK PATTERN? HAVE YOU EVER SHOPPED ONLINE AND ENCOUNTERED AN ADVERTISEMENT THAT POPS UP, CLAIMING “ONLY 1 LEFT, 10 PEOPLE ARE VIEWING!’’, OR FOUND YOURSELF UNEXPECTEDLY SUBSCRIBED TO SOMETHING WITHOUT YOUR CONSENT? PERHAPS YOU’VE EVEN DISCOVERED AN ITEM IN…

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Contractor Code of Conduct: Navigating the Grey

Introduction The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970 was enacted in response to the vulnerabilities and exploitation inherent in the existing contract labor engagement system. The Act’s main goals were twofold: firstly, to abolish contract labor in specific categories as…

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INCORPORATING ESG INTO YOUR BUSINESS

There has been a disruption in ecosystems caused by the novel coronavirus. Situations have been unpredictable, with industries, geographies, and operational models affecting organizational exposure in unique ways. In challenging economic times, companies with an agile and transparent system have been…

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CURRENT ESG TREND

ESG practices are expected to be widely adopted due to the developments made during the 2010s, which will foster a more sophisticated ESG environment in this new decade. The following highlights some of the key trends and issues likely to affect…

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WHY ESG IS IMPORTANT

A European Green Deal anticipates that all member states will have circular economies by2050, resulting in net-zero emissions. Although the European Union (EU) has a leadover the United States, the United States has also developed bold plans to decarbonize itseconomy and…

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What is ESG

ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance. In order to identify material risks and growth opportunities, investors increasingly consider these non-financial factors as part of their analysis process. Environment, Social, and Corporate Governance measure the corporate conscientiousness of a firm with…

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