Editor's Note

Has the concept of failure ever scared you? If so, you might be letting the fear of failure stop you from achieving greater heights. Going through failure is always difficult. Seeing failure as an opportunity rather than a threat isn’t always easy. However, it’s important to remember that success stems from failure. Risking something is always better than regretting never having taken a chance.

As Winston Churchill once said, “Success is not final, failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts.” In order to find that courage, try to acknowledge the negatives in a situation but focus on the positives. Find ways to deal with the stress - things like meditating, goal planning, and practicing time management skills can all help. Finally, never forget that if you keep learning from your mistakes, you will achieve your goals.

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How well do you know your corporate policies?

An awareness session on corporate policies was conducted for the Finance team in Dubai! Wait for your turn for this refresher course!

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Al Noor returns with ‘The Smile Bazaar’!


The students of Al Noor Training Center set up a stall on the Ecare floor displaying handcrafted goodies such as jewelry, t-shirts etc.

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IDC Dresses Up For A 'Dress Down'

The IDC team had a cultural dress down day. It is great to see the TASC community which is made up of people with many vibrant, unique backgrounds!

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Ajman CC Health Camp

As part of our employee engagement, TASC tied up with Prime Medical Center, Ajman to conduct a health camp for all our associates in the call center. After all, health is wealth!

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Celebrating 72 years of independence

The TASC team celebrated 72 years of Indian independence. We wish all our Indian colleagues a very Happy Independence Day!

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Team Outing

The IDC team had a fun outing to an adventure park called 'Club Cabana', a themed resort and enjoyed many water related activities.


Peer Talk: How do you handle stress?


Linette - Admin


One way I try to reduce stress in my daily life is to focus on issues that can be worked on immediately and avoid procrastination. This helps to take a step forward and create a feeling of accomplishment. Another way I try to reduce my stress level is by being positive. Getting support from my peers by delegating some duties and the positive team spirit also keeps my morale high.


Reaching out to others at work or engaging in some social work is another way that I try to reduce stress in my life. I believe we should help those who are less fortunate than us. Finally, spending time with my family, being with my loved ones is the ultimate de-stresser and helps me unwind and recharge for the oncoming day.


Rohini - E-Care


Breathe. Living in a fast-paced setting, we are constantly trying to achieve both personal and work related goals. I have learned that one has to have a daily ‘to-do’ list and accept that things can get stressful if you have too much on your plate. Learn to get help when needed, and remember to slow down once in a while. Reward yourself with things you love when you achieve your milestones.


On weekends, I make sure to spend quality time with my family and close friends. I keep aside some quiet me-time to read, watch a movie, go for a walk or practice my creative skills. During the week, music is my best getaway. If you catch me grooving at a red traffic light, don’t be surprised. Listening to music on local radio stations on my way back home is how I unwind. My personal motto on stress management – It’s all about believing that you can handle it without getting worked up.



New Joiners

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Aryab Kumar Pal

Senior Recruiter

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Akash Shanmugam

Team Lead (Ecare)

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Shruthi Keerthini BM

Team Lead (Payroll)

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Jeyakrishna Raman

Senior Manager

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Mazin Ismail Mohamed





Trip to Greece - by Clare H.


Needing to escape the Dubai heat, I took a little vacation and took a trip the beautiful country of Greece. Steeped in mythology and ancient stories, I spent the first night in Athens and visited the amazing Acropolis. The next morning, we went out to Mykonos island and spent three days enjoying delicious Greek food and sunshine. My personal favorites were baklava and the local salads. The Greek wine was pretty good too!


In addition to the breathtaking natural beauty of Mykonos, it is also famous for its local village. Seeing the white buildings with the classic blue roofs was absolutely stunning.


After spending a few days in Mykonos, we headed to Paros for two nights - a smaller island, with more villages. This was my favorite island because it had the most beautiful beaches.

To end the trip, we spend two nights in the gorgeous location of Santorini. In addition to this, we hiked the 13km trail from Fira to Oia and enjoyed the gorgeous views. We stayed right in Amoudi Bay in Oia and watched one of the most beautiful sunsets I have ever seen.


Overall, I had such a great time and would definitely recommend traveling to Greece to anyone who wants a trip filled with an equal balance of relaxation and adventure.


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