If we had a dollar for every article written recently that started with reference to COVID-19, we could probably plan for early retirement. But as tired as the narrative is, this pandemic has turned the working world on its head; leaving us all, managers and workers alike, trying to figure things out. We have been … Continue reading Virtual Leadership – the New Normal
Relocation is an arduous process but with Resettle’s expertise to facilitate the transition, this relocation went as smoothly as possible. Relocation took care of all the administration tasks, paperwork and details- prior, during and post move. Read about one relocation experience and how Resettle’s phased strategy was a success.
UK family required coordinated assistance in being repatriated from Gurgaon and Bangalore . Read about how Resettle was able to synchronise the vacating of both homes simultaneously administrating the hand over of properties so that the family enjoyed a smooth departure.
Further easing Covid-19 restrictions outside the containment zones, Unlock 5 guidelines were issued by Indian authorities on 30th September 2020. States and Union Territories in India can take a decision on whether to open schools from October 15. Cinemas and multiplexes will be allowed to open with 50 per cent capacity from the same date. … Continue reading India further eases restrictions!
The Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, announced further relaxations in Unlock 2.0 that begins on 1st July 2020. However, states and union territories have been given the power to further prohibit certain activities outside of containment zones within their respective states. The broad guidelines of Unlock 2.0 include: Domestic flights will be further … Continue reading India Further Opens up the Economy: Unlock 2.0
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced citizens and governments across the world to relook at how we do things on an everyday basis. India has had one of the strictest lockdowns for two months starting 24th March 2020. With a country of 1.3 billion people, it was important to keep citizens safe and preventing healthcare facilities … Continue reading Stepping into a Contactless New World
Source: Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, GOI i. Before boarding, all travellers shall give an undertaking that they would undergo mandatory quarantine for 14 days – 7 days paid institutional quarantine at their own cost, followed by 7 days isolation at home with self-monitoring of health. ii. Only for exceptional and compelling reasons such … Continue reading Guidelines of International Arrivals in India
India begins Lockdown 3.0, but with fewer restrictions. The nationwide lockdown that began in India on 25th April 2020 now enters its third phase from 4th May 2020 for another 2 weeks. The mantra for this phase is to balance lives and livelihoods, and keeping this in mind, the lockdown comes with fewer restrictions and … Continue reading Our Offices are Open
Coronavirus has forced each of us to seek sanctuary in our homes and for the working population; work from home is a new norm. Technology platforms have come to the rescue and video chats are the flavor of the day. As humans, we crave physical interaction and the video medium suits us better right now … Continue reading Work From Home Parents – Helpful Tips
The Modi government has extended the lockdown in India for another 2 weeks till May 3rd, 2020. This has been done anticipating a peak in the coronavirus cases and to mitigate the risks. The previous lockdown was successful as India was able to slow the progression of the active cases. It remains to be seen … Continue reading What does Lockdown 2.0 bring with it?