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Dharma Life Sciences, LLC | August 14, 2016
A technocrat, J Sasidhar became an entrepreneur as early as 1987 and founded Dharma Systems, a software company that operated out of India and the USA. In the 25 years of running his software company, he noticed that people who worked in the corporate world were not able to achieve their goals, and that the ensuing confusion and disillusionment destroyed their personal lives too. That was the reason, in 2012, that he put his technology business on the back-burner and invested $1 million to study...
Dharma Life Sciences, LLC | June 19, 2016
Dharma Life Sciences, a thought leader engaged in personal development programmes, has developed 25 trait solutions and filed 15 patents for these solutions. The company is working on filing patents for remaining solutions as well in the coming months. Dharma Life Sciences, an offshoot of the 25-year-old software company, Dharma Systems, identify and develop trait skills required to increase the efficiency of employees and make them into coherent, productive group for the organisation....
HR Dive | January 13, 2020
Creativity was the most in-demand soft skill for applicants last year, and it has retained its place heading into 2020, according to a Jan. 9 LinkedIn Learning report. "Organizations need people who can creatively approach problems and tasks across all business roles, from software engineering to HR," the company said. Persuasion, collaboration, adaptability and emotional intelligence rounded out the top five. LinkedIn noted that emotional intelligence — defined as the ability to...
HR Dive | January 14, 2020
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has limited joint employer liability under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) in final regulations published Jan. 12. The rule, slated to be published in the Federal Register Jan. 16, spells out the circumstances under which more than one business can be held liable for FLSA violations. It largely adopts the "four-factor balancing test" from DOL's proposed version of the rule while also clarifying that an employee's "economic dependence&...
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