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Wednesday, February 18, 2009
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Acclimatise to change, take time to learn
It is a volatile world and change is the norm rather than an aberration. For those who are optimistic, change is the chance to reap opportunity. It really is a matter of perspective; one can choose to worry about the constant flux in the current ...
Apply lessons learnt from project to project for early success
Organisations carry out operations by segmenting work into a number of projects. In this setting, the overall success of the company largely rests on the efficient execution of individual projects.
Needless to say when some of the projects ...
Are you fit to work from day one?
Despite the slowdown in hiring, finding candidates with the right employability skills continues to remain a challenge. A significant majority of students from technical streams such as engineering and IT fail to pass muster in employability ...
It is time to tighten the belt, nurture talent
Recession forces organisations to push talent management to the backseat on the pretext of cost cutting. On the contrary, this period is a great opportunity for organisations to build a highly skilled, committed workforce. Many organisations have ...
THIS & THAT
Company reputation cannot bulldoze employee talent
Looking for a job in a slow market is difficult as it is, but if you have been working for an employer whose reputation has been tainted for whatever reason, you have a double problem. When a corporate scandal throws a company into troubled ...
Participative management indicates employee empowerment
Employee empowerment is allowing workers to make choices and decisions. When giving employees such powers, employers assume that the workers are willing to take on responsibility and improve the way they work. As Stephen Covey says, “An ...
BPO sector offers several career avenues
Why is it that most people view BPO jobs as a ‘stopgap’ or interim option? Why has the BPO industry been plagued with such cynicism?
Having transformed from the early days where primarily voice-based activities like inbound ...
Hiring overqualified candidates may be a boon, not burden
Mr. Jhunjhunwala is looking to hire a person for an entry-level position requiring a commerce degree and one year of relevant experience. Wading through the applications, he chances upon Mr. Mehta’s resume with a master’s degree and ...
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