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Licious offers ‘everyday vesting, anytime liquidation’ ESOPs to staff

Licious, the Indian D2C unicorn is offering unique ESOPs to its present and former employees or Licians as they are referred to. Come January...

600+ employees to benefit from Licious’ first ESOP buyback plan

Licious, the Indian meat and sea food brand has, for the first time, opened the option of employee stock options monetisation. This will benefit...

400 equity shares allotted to Licious’ staff welfare trust under ESOP

Licious, the Bangalore-based meat and seafood company, has reportedly issued 400 fresh equity shares to its Employees’ Welfare Trust under the employees’ stock ownership...

Business continuity challenges for online delivery services

Online delivery services have become the lifeline for cities amidst the 21-day lockdown across the country. On the one hand there is the rising demand...

ExxonMobil hikes pay for CEO, CFO, senior VPs

Exxon Mobil Corp XOM.N has decided to raise the base salaries — that make up 10 per cent of overall compensation — of its...

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Godrej Capital launches women’s ERG, SheRises

To ensure equality across its workforce, the Godrej Group has rolled out SheRises, its  women's employee resource group (ERG). The initiative will further enhance...

Teachmint lays off 5% of its workforce

Teachmint, an Indian edtech startup has decided to lay off 45 employees, that is, about five per cent of its total workforce. Without disclosing...

Why do we need a chief encouragement officer?

Encouragement at the workplace is the most underrated concept. Is it necessary? Yes, of course. Is it provided? No, not really. Leaders today also need...

Oyo to cut 600 jobs as part of organisational restructuring

Oyo is undergoing major restructuring, with some teams being merged and functions being integrated. The hospitality chain is letting go 600 employees, but is...

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“Being good to everyone is being unjust to performers,” Mathew Job, CEO, Crompton

Q. In today’s times, what’s more challenging for a CEO like you — profit & business growth, talent & people, diversification, compliance or managing...