Indian multinationals in the pharmaceutical sector need to operate a tighter compliance ship than before

The Indian pharmaceutical industry is currently undergoing many unprecedented changes. These range from emerging areas of science, new and improved drug variants and specialized services to evolving regulations and business models, making it one of the world’s most developed industries. Today, the sector ranks third in terms of volume and 13th in terms of value. … More Indian multinationals in the pharmaceutical sector need to operate a tighter compliance ship than before

Strengthening food safety compliance at the workplace

Traditionally, food safety was not considered to be a priority for the masses in India, and products (as well as establishments serving them) were presumed to be safe. But, a rise in reports around adulteration of many varieties of commonly consumed food products led to increased regulatory scrutiny and public uproar, raising multiple questions. Consumer … More Strengthening food safety compliance at the workplace

Uncovering the reality of modern slavery

James*, a Regional Manager with an Indian multinational firm was elated, having just received his offer letter for an internal transfer overseas. The opportunity not only gave him a sizeable hike from his current salary, but also included perks such as fare for the flight, food and accommodation in his new city. After settling in, … More Uncovering the reality of modern slavery

On World Anti-Counterfeiting Day 2016 – counterattack counterfeiting

Any brand that has gone through the peril of having counterfeit products circulated understands that addressing this issue is no mean feat. With the company’s reputation at stake, the task to identify and address this spurious supply can be exhaustive, time-consuming and complex. Counterfeiting can be considered a nightmare for any company, as it has … More On World Anti-Counterfeiting Day 2016 – counterattack counterfeiting