Anil Tomar

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What to Do When You Don’t Feel Valued at Work

It’s no fun to toil away at a job where your efforts go unnoticed. How can you highlight your achievements without bragging about your work? Who should you talk to about feeling underappreciated? And if the situation doesn’t change, how long should you stay?<p><b>What the Experts Say</b><br>“There’s nothing …

Can East Asians Call Themselves 'Brown'?

It's time for another Ask Code Switch. This week, we're getting into the gray area between yellow and brown.<p><b>Amy Tran, from Minneapolis, asks:</b><p><i>Can light-skinned Asians (East Asian) call themselves "brown"? I am East Asian, and have a friend who is South Asian. She is much darker than me, and told me</i> …

Can You Be a Great Leader Without Technical Expertise?

There is a broad assumption in society and in education that the skills you need to be a leader are more or less transferable. If you can inspire and motivate people in one arena, you should be able to apply those skills to do the same in another venue.<p>But recent research is rightly challenging …

Research: If You Position Products as a Set, People Are More Likely to Buy Them All

It’s no secret that people like to finish things; there’s something deeply and inexplicably satisfying about crossing the last item off a to-do list or acquiring the final piece of a collectible set. But just how far are people willing to go to achieve “completeness”? Recent research I conducted …

Parliament will only achieve true equality when it has as many 'rubbish women' as 'rubbish men', Labour frontbencher claims

Parliament will only achieve true equality when there are as many “rubbish women” as there are “rubbish men”, a Labour frontbencher has claimed.<p>Dawn Butler, the shadow minister for women and equalities, said that female MPs “always have to be quite spectacular” while their male counterparts can get …