India's $40 billion garment industry, which employs an estimated 45 million mostly female workers, is rife with sexual harassment, and companies seem to be shirking on their responsibility to investigate the cases.
Vaidehi Shah –
The lapses in corporate responsibility and government regulation that had a hand in India's worst industrial disaster in Bhopal are still evident in the way companies operate today. This must be urgently addressed.
BERKELEY - Earlier this year, Robert Simons of Harvard Business School fired off a blistering indictment of American businesses and business schools. American companies, he charged, have become softheaded, unfocused, ...