70 hours of working will bring Gender Imbalance Mr. Narayanmurthy

Narayanmurthy controversy

In a recent interview, Narayana Murthy, the co-founder of Infosys and one of India’s most prominent business figures, made headlines with his controversial statement about working 70 hours a week. Murthy’s comments have sparked a fierce debate in the business world and beyond, and in this video, we’re breaking down what he said and the reactions it has received.

We are also analysing two other points he said about discipline among youngsters and role of Government in growth of a country.

Murthy’s assertion that working 70 hours a week is essential to succeed in the fast-paced global economy has raised important questions about work-life balance, employee well-being, and the very definition of success. We delve into the arguments made both in favor of and against his viewpoint, considering factors such as productivity, burnout, and the impact on personal lives.

Most importantly, Narayanmurthy missed the point that working 70 hours weekly will have a bad impact on female employees and it will bring gender imbalance in the corporate sector. In our country, a female need to take care of house alongwith the job. If she is forced for working 12 hours a day, and if the couple is working then one has to sacrifice his/her job and in current scenario it will be a female.

Listen to my podcast on Spotify and Youtube, as I analyze Narayan Murthy’s stance on the 70-hour workweek, get the facts right, and explore the real-world implications of such a demanding work schedule.

Is it a necessary sacrifice for professional success, or does it place an unsustainable burden on individuals and society? Watch until the end to gain a comprehensive understanding of this thought-provoking topic and add your voice to the ongoing conversation in the comments section. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more insightful discussions on today’s most pressing issues!

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