Period leave isn't 'radical'; it's simply making the workplace amenable to the people who work in it
The story of how weekends and humane working hours came to be makes for an important and inspiring comparison when talking about period leave.
The government has amended the norms whereby contributions by corporates to the PM CARES Fund will qualify as CSR spending under the companies law
Coronavirus Outbreak: SEBI reaches out to market participants; discusses capital raising, disclosure issues
Tyagi said SEBI has been responding to market developments through appropriate measures in consultation with various stakeholders.
Companies need to be more diligent while choosing partners for implementing COVID-19 relief measures: EY report
With an increasing number of corporates mobilising resources to support the government address the COVID-19 threat, there is a greater need for due diligence by companies on the partners they choose to work with to implement the relief measures, consultancy firm EY said on Wednesday
The Reserve Bank of India's three-month suspension of EMIs could provide a liquidity breather of Rs 2.10 lakh crore if all corporates avail it, says a report
The income tax department has sent e-mails to 1.72 lakh assessees, including start-ups, companies and individuals, who have outstanding tax demands as well as tax refunds asking them to provide as update on the payment
Coronavirus Outbreak: Business confidence at 'sharpest moderation' since global financial crisis of 2008-09, FICCI survey
A survey by industry body FICCI has "revealed sharpest moderation" in the confidence level of India Inc since the global financial crisis of 2008-09 as the coronavirus outbreak has adversely affected their businesses
Markets regulator SEBI on Friday eased compliance rules for listed companies with regard to prior intimation to stock exchanges about board meetings amid the extended nationwide lockdown to tackle coronavirus pandemic
A section of India Inc on Tuesday appealed all corporate social responsibility initiatives to unite and focus efforts towards protecting the vulnerable sections of the society from the COVID-19 pandemic
Coronavirus Outbreak: ICRA says credit quality of Indian firms worsened in FY20; warns increase in stressed assets in FY21
Domestic credit rating agency ICRA said credit quality of Indian companies worsened in the fiscal year 2019-20 as it downgraded Rs 7 lakh crore of debt and warned of "unprecedented strain" on credit profiles of corporates due to the coronavirus pandemic
Seeking more funds for the fight against coronavirus pandemic, the government has appealed to top corporates to make contributions to the PM-CARES Fund
Coronavirus Outbreak: Narendra Modi asks corporates to maintain production lines of essential commodities, prevent black marketing
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday asked Indian companies to maintain production lines of essential commodities and ensure there is no hoarding as well as black marketing in the wake of the country fighting the coronavirus outbreak
ICAI to issue advisory on dealing with coronavirus impact on auditing work; document for corporates, auditors to be released before 31
It will be an advisory for auditors and companies on how to deal with the impact of the coronavirus outbreak
Fed seen cutting rates amid virus threat, low inflation to cushion economy from effects of coronavirus
Unlike many other central banks, the Fed still has some room to cut interest rates, although officials there have said that they want to see a “material change” in the economic data before they take further action after cutting rates three times last year.
SEBI defers deadline by two years to split roles of chairman, MD on demand from corporates, economic slowdown
Industry body FICCI has welcomed SEBI's decision to extend its deadline for splitting Chairman and MD posts by two years to April 2022.
Top 50 corporates reduce debt by over Rs 59,000 cr in first half of this fiscal; prefer to raise funds through ECBs
This has some bearing on the credit growth of the banks as corporates borrowing from domestic lenders have come down
India Inc leaders, including Bharti Enterprises Chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal, CII President Vikram Kirloskar and Assocham President Balkrishna Goenka, on Thursday asked the government to take measures to augment ease of doing business to "create more freedom for the industry to perform"
Corporate, PSU sectors have suffered in the last year. The demand in the economy, which is the growth engine, has come crashing down, Sinha said
CSR no more an act of magnanimity; no intention to criminalise any default: Corporate Affairs Secretary Injeti Srinivas
As per data available with the ministry from disclosures made by companies, more than Rs 52,000 crore has been spent from 2014-15 to 2017-18 period towards CSR activities
Only 64% of corporates are optimistic about the country's economic growth over the next 12 months, says a survey