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Sheryl Sandberg asks women to champion each other at work

Sheryl Sandberg wants women to reject the myth that female co-workers must become enemies in order to excel in the workplace.With its brief yet moving testimonials, the video makes a convincing case that women thrive best with each other's support.

PepsiCo CEO Indrani Nooyi reveals why she writes letters to parents of her senior executives

PepsiCo CEO Indrani Nooyi reveals why she writes letters to parents of her senior executives Hence, it came as no surprise when she admitted to writing personal letters as a mark of gratitude to the parents of her senior executives.It occurred to me that I had never thanked the parents of my executives for the gift of their child to PepsiCo.

Japan's largest messenger app is taking on Slack with chat for work

Japan's largest messenger app is taking on Slack with chat for work Japan's most popular messenger app Line announced on Thursday the launch of Line Works, its chat app for offices.The company, which is owned by South Korean web firm Naver, has an average of 218 million monthly active users, and is immensely popular in Japan and other Asian countries such as Thailand, Taiwan and Indonesia.

Your pants are calling, they want you to know it’s too hot to work today

Your pants are calling, they want you to know it’s too hot to work today Sweden-based Snickers Workwear, a major on-the-job clothing supplier in Europe has started testing workplace wearables that monitor health and safety factors, according to Torque-Expo.The chip fits in a pocket on the Snickers’ Work Trousers and reports workplace noise levels, heat conditions, and knee impact while the tradesperson is working.

India is so tired and so overworked

India is so tired and so overworked We told you that our lack of sleep is costing the world billions of dollars.We also told you that Gen-Z might be the most hardworking people ever.

Uber whistleblower Susan Fowler breaks silence for first time since going public

Uber whistleblower Susan Fowler breaks silence for first time since going public But the "smear campaign" against Fowler has begun, she said in a tweet Friday afternoon: This tweet is the first time Fowler has tweeted since she thanked people for their support shortly after posting her original story.Over the last week, her name's become synonymous not just with alleged company-wide gender discrimination at Uber, but within startup culture at-large.