Halo Drop

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Whether you’ve embraced WFH or not, the general feeling is that productivity has increased with everyone being at home. That’s great for companies who are experiencing increased revenues, not so great for employees experiencing burnout. How can companies manage to maintain balance when WFH?

Key takeaways:
How to work from home
The impact of WFH on creativity
Asian culture of 6 day work weeks
Managing camaraderie over Zoom
The top 30 Indian startups
TikTok doesn’t exist in India

Show Notes

As more and more people have to work from home, there have been pluses and minuses across the board. Whether you’ve embraced it or not, the general feeling is that productivity has increased with everyone being at home. 

That’s great news for the companies, not so much for the workers. Productivity has increased because people can work longer hours because they aren’t having to do two hour commutes, they aren’t taking breaks, they aren’t socializing. And while increased productivity translates to increased revenue for companies, it also increases instances of burnout. 

Which begs the question - what happens when we move into the next phase and people can start to go out again? How does it affect productivity? And how can startups who don’t have the luxury of a large HR department, manage output?

“In China, you have the idea of 996, which is you work from 9am to 9pm, six days a week. That is something that a lot of people talk about. To some degree, I feel like the West is now starting to feel that pressure.” 

Finally, in the company section we discuss top Indian startups on the disfold list, and in the tips section we recommend some awesome books. Another fantastic episode and we are only three into the series!

On today’s podcast
  • How to work from home
  • The impact of WFH on creativity
  • Asian culture of 6 day work weeks
  • Managing camaraderie over Zoom
  • The top 30 Indian startups
  • TikTok doesn’t exist in India

Links:

Hosts Twitter
Vishal - https://twitter.com/vgurbuxani
Krishna - https://twitter.com/ksub15
Sunil - http://twitter.com/vermasun

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What is Halo Drop?

Have you always wondered what it takes to make an Idea go from ok to amazing? To go from Idea to Exit?

What are the trends shaping India today, and how can we take the lessons from Silicon Valley and apply them at scale?

We created Halo Drop to build a community of amazing entrepreneurs, investors, family offices, hustlers, and change agents. We want you to be inspired to learn, build, and become successful! We spend countless hours researching the top trends in India and America to bubble up the macro trends, find amazing companies, and share actionable tips for you to get started.

This isn’t just a show for you to listen in on, we want you to participate and build.

Visit https://www.halodrop.fm for more information.