E-WAY BILL: All you need to know about this new apparatus of the GST Regime E-way Bill is a new apparatus of the GST regime, which is compulsory for inter-state and intra-state movement of goods (in most states). With the focus on digitization and curbing tax evasion during transport of goods, it was implemented in
The E-Way Bill was launched on 1st April, 2018 to regulate the inter-state and intra-state transportation of goods under the GST regime. Now, a month after its implementation we take a look at how this new apparatus fares in action; it’s advantages, lacunas and how it can be improved. This is Part-2 of a two
Cutting through the clutter of start-ups and brands can be hard. Targeting your audience to tap into the right market segment is vital, especially in the digital age and with the youth seeking more control over their products. This piece covers how to understand your brand’s ‘cool’ quotient and strategise around it. 
This is part-1 of a three part series on “A New Class of Professional Services: Registered Valuers”. The parts are dealt with as separate articles in themselves, so one can read each article separately without having to read the previous article for context but it is recommended that the three be read together for a
In an ever-evolving world, here is an evaluation of the presence of ‘Taylorism’ in the present work environments. Part-2 of the series, this piece explores how certain practices shapes employees’ engagement and touches upon what could be the potential impact. 
Eight years on from embarking upon a journey that saw Mr. Karthik Sheshagiri switch gears from his corporate life as a software engineer to managing his family business, he shares his story of life as a businessman with Perennials. He is the CEO of Visesh Transmissions Pvt. Ltd. and Executive Director at Gears and Gear
Starting a business may come naturally to some while it may not to many others. Here are a few key insights to keep in mind. Founding a business is always tricky. Some get most things right from the word go, while others may have a fall or two before learning. That’s normal. Each business has

THE LEGACY OF TAYLORISM- PART 1

Taylorism or the theory of scientific management was introduced by Frederick Winslow Taylor in the early 20th century. Despite the strong criticisms that it has faced over the last century, Taylorism continues to exist in the modern workplace under different disguises and has shaped the field of Human Resource Management. This first part of the

THE WHY & HOW OF EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

Organizations all over the world have been adopting different strategies to engage their workforce to improve the overall performance and productivity in the workplace. The aim of the paper is to draw relevant academic literature and understand the importance an engaged workforce and the antecedents of employee engagement. The author argues that there are commercial
Increasingly, nuclear families are becoming the norm coupled with more women spreading their wings and taking up jobs, leading to a new societal structure with its own requirements. With no family members present at home, parents are progressively relying on childcare centres to look after their children whilst they go to work. Unfortunately in this
A critical research analysis of Limited Liability Partnership in the wake of the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008.