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GACS - Corporate Wellness Prog: A compilation of responses to questionnaire along with white-paper for Corporate Wellness Program from delegates attending GACS Knowledge Conclave on 15th February 2019
CAFETERIA ECONOMICS IN THE WOR: .The non-agricultural workforce, is estimated at ₹24 Crores as per the NSSO Employment - Unemployment Survey (2011). Within this, approximately 25% is already part of the formal workforce as social security matrixes (EPFO and ESIC). We’ve come a long way from the ‘factory-like’ wor
GETTING INDIA INC BACK TO FITN: Even though India is a young country with a median age of 27 years, today’s lifestyle has led to a healthcare and fitness catastrophe. This in turn has been affecting the productivity of all corporates. Lack of robust corporate wellness programs is costing India Inc. extra $20 billion, an amount tha
SOUTH ASIA RISK REVIEW: The world of today has a lot of complexities, economic, social, security, financial, etc. We as individuals and organisations have to live in this complex environment and take on the challenges that are thrown up. Each has its set of rules, regulations, amendments, etc that we need to be aware off a
INDOOR AIR QUALITY - SAC: WHAT IS INDOOR AIR QUALITY?As per definition given by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Indoor Air Quality ‘refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants. Understanding and c
SCHOOL SAFETY AND SECURITY - M: A safe learning environment is essential for students of all ages. Without it, they would be unable to focus on learning the skillsneeded for a successful education and future. There is an undeniable and increasing prevalence of emergency situations inschools, coupled with increasing severe incident
WOMEN SAFETY HANDBOOK - MITKAT: Over the past few years, incidents of crime against women have been on the upswing in India. More and more women are joining the urban workforce and safety of women continues to be a major area of concern, in spite of many regulations laid down by the Government. In key economic centres of the count
GREEN BUILDING & SUSTAINABLE D: Worldwide, buildings consume massive amounts of energy. The United Nations Environment Programme has reported that 30–40 percent of all primary energy produced worldwide is used in buildings. In 2008, the International Energy Agency released a publication that estimated that existing buildings are r