Indian drugmakers cashing in on US market as more big-selling drugs gain generic competitors

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first_imgThe approvals of generic Sensipar (cinacalcet) for Indian firms Cipla and Aurobindo Pharma, while providing for the first generic competition for Sensipar, has turned the spotlight on Indian drug majors investing in the development of complex generics, reports The Pharma Letter’s India correspondent.Read it at The Pharma Letter Related Itemslast_img

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first_imgAs a company dedicated to workplace transparency, Glassdoor is taking a moment to pay tribute to Harry Levinson, a famed workplace psychologist who helped change corporate America’s thinking about the workplace by demonstrating a link between job conditions and emotional health. Levinson died last week at the age of 90.Levinson was truly an inspirational trailblazer when it comes to relationships within the workforce. Among his accomplishments as a management consultant, researcher and Harvard professor, Levinson pioneered the idea that a ‘psychological contract’ exists between employees and employers, laying out the expectations each has of the other. He argued that management must acknowledge the needs and desires that employees invest in their relationship with an organization in order to maintain employee motivation. Violation of that contract would lead to demoralization and poor performance, whereas a thorough understanding of employee expectations could facilitate career growth and maturation. Such sensitivity to the needs of workers is particularly important in our contemporary global economy of volatility, downsizing and reengineering.Levinson was also among the first to propose the idea that companies, like people, have distinct personalities, or cultures, that grow out of their history, vision and characteristics of their workforce. This is something we see every day through the millions of company reviews and interview reviews on Glassdoor.We are deeply grateful for Mr. Levinson’s contributions to workplace psychology and for helping us realize the power behind sharing company culture to help others attain as much satisfaction and success as possible in their own careers. Here at Glassdoor it keeps us focused on our mission to become the world’s most trusted resource to help people make more informed decisions about their work.last_img

5 Reasons Your Online Profile Is More Valuable Than Your Resume

first_imgLast month, my fellow Glassdoor blogger Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter wrote why job seekers and employees shouldn’t place more importance on a LinkedIn profile than a paper resume. She contended that, because LinkedIn profiles are limited (by design and character count), uniform across all profiles, and essentially owned by (and therefore, at the mercy of) a corporation, they’re generally not as valuable as a paper resume.While these are certainly legitimate concerns, job seekers should also consider a few reasons why their online profiles can often be more valuable than a paper resume:1. Your online profile gives a more comprehensive view of who you are. Sites like LinkedIn allow you to easily link to other sites where employers can get a broader image of who you are, like a personal Twitter, website, blog, video resume, or anything else you can hyperlink to. LinkedIn and other online profile platforms provide a space where employers can easily access more information about you in just one click.2. Online profiles are more flexible. Although Jacqui contended that all online profiles look alike, they actually provide a better outlet for users to express their creativity than a paper resume. LinkedIn allows you to upload examples of your work, which hiring managers can click through without having to hold onto a bulky portfolio.3. Paper resumes don’t allow you to network. The beauty of LinkedIn and online professional profiles in general is that they afford a quick and easy opportunity to connect with another individual if they like what they see. After all, paper resumes don’t have an accessible “connect” or “send message” button to click when a candidate’s resume stands out. When connecting is quick and easy, chances are you’ll be more likely to follow through cementing professional connections. Sites like LinkedIn make resumes interactive, and that can often make a world of difference when it comes to the job search.4. Online profiles are easier to update. Paper resumes require upkeep just like a professional online profile, but it can be hard to keep up with a paper document. Sites like LinkedIn take care of formatting for you, so it’s easy to switch things around and change the wording at the very moment you see fit. Paper resumes often must be re-formatted and printed each time you want to make an edit. Although this is just a slight undertaking, it can mean the difference between having an updated resume that’s ready to go at the drop of a hat (like when a hiring manager or networking contact unexpectedly emails you) rather than holding onto an outdated document.5. Online profiles are environmentally friendly. This is a no-brainer, but that doesn’t make it less important. Who needs to waste paper printing out a million versions of their resume and work samples? Go online with your resume and save trees. While you definitely need to be prepared to have a paper copy of your work, in the digital age this simply isn’t as urgent. Many, many companies ask for a resume to be emailed prior to offering an interview, so there’s no need to waste time printing out multiple documents until you really need them.While paper resumes are certainly still valuable, online profiles shouldn’t be trivialized, either. Online profiles often provide a much more comprehensive view of your professional self, and allow for opportunities to connect with others. Job seekers would do well to keep this in mind for their job search.Do you think an online profile is just as valuable as a paper resume? Why or why not? Let us know below.last_img

‘Zidane said my left foot was best since Messi’

first_imgReal Madrid Asensio: Zidane said my left foot was best since Messi Dejan Kalinic Last updated 2 years ago 14:16 12/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(28) Marco Asensio Real Madrid Getty Images Real Madrid Lionel Messi Barcelona Primera División Zinédine Zidane The Real Madrid forward has made an impressive start to the season, with his efforts drawing comparisons from his manager to Barcelona’s superstar Real Madrid star Marco Asensio has revealed that coach Zinedine Zidane had told him his left foot is the best he has seen since Lionel Messi.Asensio has made an impressive start to the season , scoring four goals in six matches for Madrid.Asensio 17/4 for score goal Wednesday Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing The 21-year-old Spain international has been lauded for his performances, and Zidane has clearly been impressed.Asensio says the Frenchman has compared him to Barcelona maestro Messi, who is arguably the best player in the world.”Zidane told me that since Messi, he had never seen a left foot like mine,” he told COPE .”I was a little impressed, because Messi is a piece of a footballer.”Messi has helped Barcelona make a fine start to the La Liga season, Ernesto Valverde’s men claiming three wins from as many games despite Neymar’s €222 million move to Paris Saint-Germain.Asensio, whose team has collected just five points from their opening three games, admits he was surprised Barca were unable to keep Neymar.”We thought it was strange that Neymar left Barcelona,” he said.”He was an important player for them and they couldn’t hold onto him. It seemed a bit strange.”last_img

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