We at Marching Sheep are committed to drive awareness and conversations. Here are some of our published articles by leading publications like Times of India, Hindustan Times, the Statesmen, Business World, Your Story, DNA, to name a few.

www.yourstory.com

'YourStory' team conducted a survey on ‘Indian Entrepreneurs journeys', for which Sonica Aron was quoted along with many other successful entrepreneurs.

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Hindustan Times (Delhi)

Our working lives and the satisfaction we derive professionally is strongly impacted by our managers.

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The Asian Age

Barfi, what a wonderful movie…. The portrayal of the relationship and life of a differently-abled couple.

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Sonica Aron quoted in Nupur Amarnath's Article in Times of India

No one is more vilified than the modern millennial. From allegedly slowing down the automobile sector in India to being tagged as irresponsible at the workplace, they get a bad rap in general.

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Business World

The greatest change brought by the policy reframing is – an increase in the hiring target for women employees

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Mail Today

Sonica Aron's interview with Mail today on how new-age talent requires the right mix of potential, passion and values.

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Hindustan Times

Sonica Aron's article in Hindustan Times on how women's participation in the workforce is impacted by gendered division of roles at home.

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DNA India

Generational diversity has assumed greater significance in the last few years with millennials and Facebook enthusiasts joining the workforce.

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The Times of India

Sonica Aron quoted in Sonam Joshi's article in The Time of India. According to Sonica, a more inclusive official parental policy legislation from the Indian parliament is the need of the hour.

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Live Mint

Women make up 17.9% of all PE employees worldwide, a ratio that gets more skewed as ranks rise

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Times Jobs

There is something fundamentally wrong in the way ’Gender Diversity’ is being defined and driven.

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The Statesman

While children benefit by the care and supervision of a full-time stay-at-home mother, the spouse benefits in terms of an unencumbered career and well-kept home, the society benefits through a pipeline of future talent, the person driving all of this loses out

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The Statesman

It’s the responsibility of every institution to genuinely drive inclusion, create policies, processes and an overall environment uniquely suited to the diverse workforce in India

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Business World

As a society, we need to continue to encourage people to go beyond stereotypes and recognize the contributions that each individual, male or female, can make to the workplace and to relationships at home

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The Statesman

There is an interesting anecdote that a participant shared in one of my workshops. She and her husband would leave every day for work together and come back together.

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The Pioneer

It’s impossible not to wonder if there is anything more satisfying, beautiful and nurturing than motherhood but there are challenges working mothers face every day.

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www.yourstory.com

Study shows that 40 percent women quit their jobs post maternity to become full-time mothers, and a higher percentage loses out in increments, promotions, and growth.

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DNA India

It’s been six months since the removal of Article 377 and it would be interesting to examine how corporate India has embraced this change. We all welcomed the removal of Article 377. The archaic law impacted many friends and acquaintances.

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Hindustan Times

Thank you Hindustan Times for printing this article. We at #MarchingSheep strongly believe that it is imperative for #organisations

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The Economic Times

The proposal, if it goes through, is likely to cost an additional Rs 400 core to the government if it agrees to reimburse the cost for seven more weeks.

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Exchange4Media

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday said in the Union Budget announcement that the Government will start a TV channel exclusively for start-ups under the Doordarshan umberalla. This will provide a platform for start-ups to disseminate information in the industry.

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Sonica Aron quoted by Knowledge and News Network

New Delhi, July 5 (KNN) This year the Union Budget 2019-20 was all the more important as it was the first budget post General Elections and was also a Budget presented by first full-time woman Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. This year the budget has given special impetus to Start-ups and their ecosystem.

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APN News

By Aniketh Jain, General Manager APAC- Enterprise Cloud Business (Startup and Tech)

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Times of India

Your weekday lunch — where you share gossip with gobhi, chatter with curry and discuss life over dahi — carries a superpower.

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Equity Bulls

Women self-help group interest subvention programme to be rolled out in all districts of India, the FM says. One woman in every SHG to be made eligible for a loan of Rs 1 lakh.

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The Asian Age

The Budget proposed to start a television channel within the DD bouquet of channels exclusively for start-ups.

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Deccan Chronicle

Budget proposed to start a television channel within the DD bouquet of channels exclusively for start-ups.

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Inc42

India can make progress with greater women participation

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The Statesman

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the maiden budget of the 17th Lok Sabha on Friday

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ciol.com

An the second term of Prime Minister Modi, Indians has a lot of expectations from the union budget 2019.

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The Times of India

MUMBAI: Twenty days after the Bombay Cambridge School in Andheri was shut for non-compliance of fire safety norms, it is yet to reopen.

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The Statesman

Mandated equal parental leave will help minimize the motherhood penalty.

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Sonica Aron quoted by Times of India

On June 26, Aniket Patil, an employee of an MNC in Mumbai, committed suicide after facing harassment from his colleagues over his sexuality.

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The Economic Times

When one organisation takes over another, employees are not wrong in feeling insecure about their future. Anjali Venugopalan gets you tips from experts on how to adapt to a merger or acquisition of your company.

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DNA India

I remember watching the movie Tamanna almost 20 years ago. Featuring Paresh Rawal in one of his most acclaimed roles as a transgender, it won the National Award in 1998 for the best film under the ‘Other social issues’ category.

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The Times of India

Adjust!” A voice called out in the Delhi Metro. It was not a request, nor an order – just a matter-of-fact statement: “Adjust”.

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The Asian age

More job seekers are looking up for organisation’s rating online before evaluating it.

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India Today

The recent #Metoo movement has created that sense of urgency that has propelled several organizations to take meaningful action in this area.

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wionews.com

“A wonderful day to spend among women in leadership” said Rashmi Karthik an attendee of Women #BreakingBarriers Bangalore. Breaking Barriers is now coming to Pune, Panjim, Kolkata, Coimbatore, Chennai. Register now to attend!

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