It’s the heartedly wish of every mother to dress up her baby in adorable clothes. When an infant arrives at your home, the very first thing you do is making sure that you possess everything that your infant might need, and buying clothes for them is the major part of that. You cannot compromise on anything that might cause any harm to the bay, and that is why picking clothes that are gentle on the baby’s skin is essential. The thing that troubles you the most is which is the right place to buy baby clothing? If you are trapped in the same dilemma, then Lenny Lemons is right place where you [...]
Expose Lyrics by Raja Game Changerz is recently released Punjabi song sung and composed by him. Its lyrics are written by Deep Chahal and music video is directed by Agam Mann. [...]
Gym 2 Lyrics by Sippy Gill is Punjabi song composed by Deep Jandu, written by Lally Mundi while its music video is directed by Harry Chahal. [...]
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For working parents with school-age children, this time of year is especially chaotic. The season brings end-of-the-school-year projects, state testing, report cards, parent-teacher conferences, the transition to 10 long weeks of child care arrangements, the awkwardness of explaining to colleagues why you’re out of the office again, the need to follow up with the pediatrician about health forms for September (they’re overdue already), and the worry about whether your child will do better in math next year with a different teacher.
Your task list is endles [...]
It’s a good time to be a consumer. New digital business models have flipped the customer-brand relationship on its head. No longer do consumers need to do their own background research on a product or company to find what they are looking for. Instead, brands come to us. There are more options and more channels to get what you want than ever before.
That said, there is always a downside. This seemingly limitless digital economy has brought with it feelings of overexposure. No one likes to feel as if they’re being watched, yet with technology continuing to mat [...]
Raise your hand if you have an insurmountable pile of projects on your to-do list and an inbox so terrifying to behold that you can hardly bear to behold it.
Cue the sea of arms waving wildly.
You have too much to do. You can’t do it alone. You need people to help you. Why aren’t they helping you?!?
Here’s the uncomfortable truth: If you aren’t getting the support you need with your crushing workload, odds are it’s kind of your fault.
Cue the sea of angry readers giving their screens the finger right now.
What I mean is, you probably aren’t [...]
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Employers are increasingly finding ways to meet the needs of working fathers, offering them family leave, flexible scheduling, and affordable child care options. But fathers remain reluctant to take full advantage of this support, despite professing to want to be equal partners with mothers in child care, with all the diapering, meal planning, and carpooling that entails. In our research on family leave policies and parenting culture in Scotland, we heard repeatedly that fathers felt worried and even embarrassed to use offered leave and flexible working entitlem [...]
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Women who have already made it to the top say that the only person who will get you there is yourself.
While many researchers and observers have examined the structural and other barriers that limit women’s progress through the ranks, we wanted to explore a different question: how have the few women who have made it to the very top overcome those barriers? Our aim was to discover how female CEOs explain their own success, and to develop recommendations for supporting women’s leadership careers more generally.
We embarked on an in-depth study of the leader [...]
One of the most common ways to get people to save is through their employer. In particular, behavioral economics—that marriage of economics and psychology that has put terms like “nudge” into the popular lexicon—has provided a powerful tool for increasing savings, in the form of the default enrollment. The idea is simple: people save more in retirement accounts when they are automatically enrolled by their employer than when they have to sign up themselves. Most U.S. employers have adopted default savings programs, but the idea is only just entering [...]
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In almost any business these days, you are guaranteed to interact with people whose cultural background is quite different from your own. In a global organization, you may have colleagues that come from a different country. You may partner with organizations whose employees come from another part of the country. There may also be cultural differences between you and some of the customers and clients you serve.
You may be tempted to follow the golden rule — and treat everyone exactly the way you would want to be treated. But that’s not the most eff [...]
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The supply chain is the heart of a company’s operations. To make the best decisions, managers need access to real-time data about their supply chain, but the limitations of legacy technologies can thwart the goal of end-to-end transparency. However, those days may soon be behind us. New digital technologies that have the potential to take over supply chain management entirely are disrupting traditional ways of working. Within 5-10 years, the supply chain function may be obsolete, replaced by a smoothly running, self-regulating utility that optimally manages e [...]
Having a great boss is a potentially life-changing gift. On the other hand, many of us know firsthand that having a bad boss can cause a lot of drama, headaches, and stress. While it’s easy to love the great bosses and flee the bad ones, there’s one kind of boss that’s much less straightforward to navigate: the boss who doesn’t advocate for you.
You might not even know that you have one. Most advocacy happens behind the scenes and in conversations to which you yourself are not privy. As the adage goes, 80% of what’s said about you is sa [...]