Kritika Narula is a writer, journalist and communications consultant based in Delhi, India.
This Indian outlet is setting a fresh tone for mental health journalism
In December 2020, Goswami founded Sanity by Tanmoy, first as a newsletter and later as a platform that reports authentic, universal stories rooted in the intersectional nature of mental health, while amplifying lived experience expertise in journalistic sources.
Children On Social Media: Making the Digital World Safer
We have shared at length about safeguarding children on the internet in general. Considering the level of content consumption around us, a deeper and closer look at children’s and teens’ interaction with social media in particular is merited.
Presenteeism threatens flexible work gains. Here’s how to beat it.
The pandemic forced many businesses to make a swift move to enable remote work. But it’s not just the threat of infection that recommends this shift – remote work can often mean reduced costs and improved productivity. Flexible hours have significant benefits too, like improved talent-attraction and employee health.
Despite the promised benefits, businesses offering remote work and flexible hours may still see ‘presenteeism’ – a greater emphasis on being ‘at work’ than being effective. Qatalo...
Payroll management platforms are making international hiring a lot smoother
Kritika Narula explores the tech that helps grease the gears of the global talent machine.
Payroll management can be fraught with admin that hampers productivity.
UNLEASH looks at how tech innovations are lining up to address the challenges.
Why recruiting more neurodiverse talent could benefit your business
Neurodiversity such as autism, ADHD and dyslexia can bring useful abilities to tech teams. But to hire this talent, you’ll need recruitment and workplace policies fair to all.
Video messaging is changing team communication
Distributed teams are fast realizing that bringing all team members on video calls synchronously all the time is unrealistic and unsustainable. Enter video messaging: a tool to combat both the burnout from endless video calls, as well as the constant pings and buzzes .
This 23-Year-Old Is Guiding Youth in Her Community To Be Agents Of Change
The Sindhkheda village in district Harda of Madhya Pradesh is a close-knit community. It is economically firm. While there is an emphasis on the importance of schooling and education, gendered norms dictate access to education.
Prioritising Headteacher Wellbeing: A Spotlight On Support Resources
In the next section, we spotlight some other support resources available to school leaders.
How Neurodiverse Hiring Empowers the Entire Tech Industry
Efforts to bring more diversity to the tech industry are missing a big part of the picture if they don’t include neurodiverse hiring practices.
Cultivating a culture of psychological safety in schools
In light of recent events, attention has come to incidents of sexual abuse in schools. This article will consider the idea of psychological safety in schools and how it can help create a conducive environment for victims of harassment and abuse.
Remote Team Time Tracking: a Benefit or a Burden?
The exercise of time tracking — the documentation of your daily tasks and the time you need to complete them — can provide useful data for strategic decision-making. But, how does it impact employee trust, accountability and performance? See what remote team exp...
Designing a disability-inclusive safeguarding plan for online learning
Is your safeguarding response to the pandemic, the lockdown, and online teaching disability-inclusive?
Is Asynchronous Communication The Answer To Employee Burnout?
Releasing ourselves from the constant symphony of pings and buzzes might just be the answer to over-managed, and over-stressed employees.
How Remote Teams Manage Impostor Syndrome
Imposter syndrome — aggressive and constant feelings of self-doubt — can get inflamed in remote work environments. Individual and organizational efforts can help minimize the tribulation.
How Women Coders Are Making Online Platforms Safer
To combat rampant online abuse, a research team in Australia has come up with an algorithm that can flag misogynistic content, with the underlying message: bring more women to the table during the development process.