office

A research has found that people having selfish, deceitful, and aggressive personality traits are unlikely to reach top positions at workplace as compared to those who are generous, trustworthy, and generally nice.

The people working between 41 and 48 hours each week were linked to a 54 per cent greater likelihood of having masked hypertension and a 42 per cent greater likelihood of having sustained hypertension.

The research, done by Portland State University highlights the consequences of an abusive supervision, which is becoming increasingly common in workplaces

New Delhi: A new concept has slowly begun to impress the corporate world. Though still in a nascent stage, its...

(Authored by Arnab Ghosh, Director, Synergy Property Development Services) Design and build is a project delivery system where both the...

Coimbatore: Miscreants hurled petrol bombs at the BJP office in Coimbatore early today but no one was injured. Police said,...