In the clip, the groom can be seen sitting with his device at the big event. But what really amused netizens was the bride's reaction; she could be seen laughing while sitting on the other side of the wedding hall
Explained: How being home-bound amidst lockdown has led to rise in lifestyle ailments like back pain, weight gain
One of the most concerning aspects of the social distancing norms that have left many working from home for the better part of last year has been the early onset of back pain.
Explainer: As employees, organisations pivot to hybrid work for post-pandemic future, what the model entails for workplaces
With the ushering of hybrid workspaces, both companies and their employees are gearing up for a change — an unprecedented step towards businesses that are largely digital, remote support and delivery models, real-time results with minimal delay and also an improved workplace diversity.
When you have your weekly off, try not to work extra hours. Rather spend time with children who miss your attention the whole week
Public debate needs to move beyond abstract notions of flexibility and consider the future of work that not just employers, but employees want to develop too.
Microsoft says it has been monitoring local health data and decided it can bring more employees back to its Redmond, Washington, campus.
A year of work-from-home has led to feelings of exhaustion and burnout; these simple rules could help deal with effects
While our rational brain understands social distancing, the physical inability to touch and hold our close friends and family can confuse us into thinking the distance is somehow a rejection. The cognitive effort of managing these conflicting messages is tiring.
The research was conducted during the third quarter of the financial year 2020-21 on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the women workforce in the formal sector, correlating them to four variables - industry sector, occupational status, work experience and hierarchical position.
Union Budget 2021: Taxpayers hope for lower income tax, deductions on medical treatment, incentives for WFH
It is worthwhile to note that the major impact of the pandemic is not only on the general public or different sectors but also on the government
COVID-19 disrupted technology, how we work, global supply chains: Here’s what to look forward to in 2021
If there was one company that saw a significant uptake post-lockdowns, it was video conferencing service, Zoom.
Jobs in 2021: With tech taking centrestage, ‘gap year’ 2020 is likely to force professionals to reinvent themselves
Jobs in 2021 will be different from jobs in 2019. Some features will be very new. Some may vanish altogether. But some will remain for the next 10 or 20 years, particularly the use of digital technology and the internet for remote working and projectisation
Productivity tools, asynchronous communication, more: Work from home trends to watch out for in 2021
With more employees working from home, companies must be proactive to protect intellectual property.
COVID-19 work from home: Majority of workers faced new mental, physical health problems, finds study
The study also found that female workers with lower annual incomes were more likely to report two or more physical and mental health issues than workers who earned better salaries, while having a pet had no impact on one's wellbeing
Delhi L-G okays proposal to cut presence of non-essential services staff in govt offices by 50% as COVID-19 cases rise
The proposal does not cover departments concerned with essential services, including health, police, home guards and civil defence, district administrations, fire, electricity and water, municipal services among others
Amazon has also announced to give a one-time 'Thank You bonus' for front-line employees and partners.
Lessons from COVID-19: Govts must re-imagine public transport, other facilities to adapt to pandemic
Digitised and updated maps of land use, as well as data on population density, building density, road networks, etc can help cities prepare better for situations as the present one
Since Google made Meet free for all users, it has reportedly been mulling merging Duo and Meet as the one and only video calling service.
As pandemic strips away accumulated inertia of decades, 'After Coronavirus' may be a whole brave new world
The coronavirus pandemic, like the World Wars, is a harbinger of revolutionary changes. It is accelerating the destruction of the old, and hastening the arrival of the new.
Allahabad University asks teachers, staff to work from home till 31 July, orders students, employees to download Aarogya Setu
The varsity has said its offices will work with skeletal staff, with unit heads deciding on who needs to be physically present at the university.
How's the electricity bill? Far higher than usual for some in Maharashtra and too high for many, that's for sure. If you're among those who recently saw an massive increase in their electricity bill, you can take heart in the fact that you're not alone.