Aishwarya Jagani

Based in India, Aishwarya Jagani is an independent tech journalist who has written about authoritarian tech, climate change, racism and diversity. She has written for publications including The Postscript, Bustle, The Quint, Unbias the News and Secure Futures. 

Her first paycheck: I got my first paycheck in 2015, while I was in college, for tutoring a professor’s 9-year-old in maths and Hindi. It was about 1,000 rupees ($13) for a month’s classes, and I never spent it.

Latest articles

Global migration in 6 charts 

The pandemic changed the game. Here’s what international migration looks like in 2024.

Issue 11: Borders
The cost of education around the world

Falling government spending and pandemic learning losses will negatively affect the future labor force, as we show in these eight infographics.

Issue 9: Back to School
Practical cybersecurity tips for payroll departments 

While prevention is the best medicine when it comes to cyberattacks, if your organization is targeted by criminals, you need to act fast.

Issue 8: Risk
Global banking in 4 infographics

Financial inclusion is on the rise around the world, but barriers remain, especially in lower-income countries and among rural populations.

Issue 7: Equality
Building a strong payroll talent pipeline

Why attracting, engaging and retaining payroll talent should be your company’s top priority in 2022.

Issue 6: Care
The legal implications of a remote workforce

Complying with a patchwork of local privacy, payroll and employee classification laws can expose organizations to unexpected liability.

Issue 5: Out of Office
In a remote world, should pay be based on location?

During the pandemic, some workers moved to places with a lower cost of living. Companies are now considering how much location should determine pay.

Issue 3: Place