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Shrutika Nagpal

Shrutika is a 21 year old writer, who is on a mission to solve the various wars being waged in the workplace. She currently handles content and marketing for a tech enabled creative startup called Spiral Content Solutions, Story editing for eFiction India, and a life in this day and age, which she oft believes is achievement enough. She has been published in a number of online blogs and journals, and is a firm believer in the anthropomorphism of the digital world and the endlessness of knowledge.

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    5 Painless Product Marketing Ideas for Startups

    by / November 4, 2015

    Let’s say your startup has a customer service product. Owing to the daily carrying out of your business, you and your team mates together have knowledge of the following: Dealing with potential clients Dealing with current clients Dealing with employer-employee…

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    6 Tough Life Lessons That You Will Learn At Work

    by / October 21, 2015

    Sorry to break it to you, but, Santa doesn’t exist. Also, these six things: 1. You can’t be in on everything Whether you’re the awkward new comer who just can’t seem to find his/her groove and fit on, or the…

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    5 Things That Nobody Tells You About Working In A Startup

    by / October 16, 2015

    By definition, startups are just starting up and for this reason, usually have limited funds, especially compared to their larger counterparts. This means that employees in a startup end up spending a lot more time together and more intimately than…

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    Joining a Startup? Here’s What You Should Ask

    by / October 12, 2015

    What! A job seeker with rights? Blasphemy! It’s easy to forget that interviews are 2-way street- the job seeker needs to convince the employer that he/she is worth their time and money, and the employers needs to convince him/her that…

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    What I Wish I’d Known On My First Day At Work

    by / September 28, 2015

    Once you’ve found yourself a company willing to help you advance your career, the next is to keep them convinced you’re worth it. I previously talked about 6 potentially problematic things you do to a new co-worker, which got me…

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    6 Ways To Make Life Easier For A New Co-worker

    by / September 23, 2015

    Though we’re constantly told to mind our own business in a place of business, most of us, can’t. This is never truer than when a new co-worker has just joined the ranks. So how should and shouldn’t you behave with your…

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    3 Lessons All Big Companies Can Learn From Startups

    by / July 24, 2015

    In case you think I’m biased, here are the lessons I believe every startup can learn from big companies. Now that that’s out of the way, here’s my view on a few things larger companies can learn from startups. I…

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    22 Ways to Have Fun When You’re Bored in Office

    by / July 2, 2015

    Totally Fun 1. Start a party planning committee and plan the parties you never could before. 2. Play Office Lingo, which is basically Bingo, but with words or phrases you’re unfortunately likely to hear in the workplace like “innovate” or…

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    3 Things That Happy Employees Do Differently

    by / June 15, 2015

    It’s a year now that I’ve been working in the same company, and I’ve been the envy of my peers throughout. Not because the pay was unbelievable, the perks unparalleled, the travel off the charts, but because I never talked…