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Published about 27-04-2023 | Rated 0
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Bad bosses can be good for economy

New Delhi: Pay cuts, layoffs and unemployment - recession couldn`t have been worse. On top of this if you have a bad boss you might have a tough time surviving. But an expert is claiming that bad and evil bosses are better suited for recession. Scott Adams, the Creator of Dilbert, the cartoon strip that adds a comic element to 2,000 solemn newspapers across 70 countries, has discovered merit in evil bosses. Adams is convinced that difficult bosses can be good, as they help spawn entrepreneurs...
Published about 26-11-2009 | Rated 0
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Performance Evaluation Modern PowerPoint (PPT) Content Sample

136 slides include: 4 benefits and 11 additional values of performance appraisals, performance interviews, ground rules for performance evaluation, building performance contracts, developing work p......
Published about 19-10-2009 | Rated 0
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Use an employee self evaluation

Want to encourage more participation in performance evaluation and career planning from your employees? Does your company use a traditional performance appraisal system? Or, does your company pursue a forward thinking performance management process? Whatever method your company uses for employee performance development, consider making an employee self evaluation an integral component in the process. Why Use an Employee Self Evaluation In a self evaluation, an employee responds to a ...
Published about 31-08-2009 | Rated 0
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How to mitigate workplace fraud

Economic downturns have historically led to increased incidents of fraud in the workplace. Concerns about economic uncertainty, coupled with fewer resources, layoffs and reduced salaries, can often trigger increased incidents of fraud that may have harmful and far-reaching effects on an organization. Given the current economy, it`s important for an organization to monitor the effectiveness of its reporting mechanism`s ability to disclose fraud. One of the most common and practical means an o...
Published about 31-08-2009 | Rated 0
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IT companies free of labour laws for 2 years

1 Sep 2009 Bangalore:With IT firms buffeted by today’s turbulent times, the government has reached out a helping hand. Reciprocating their needs, it has exempted IT/ITES and software establishments from the provisions of Industrial Employment(Standing Orders) Act 1946 (Central Act 20 of 1946). These laws are strict on classifying workers, their working hours and shifts, the wages payable, besides other archaic rules on leave and attendance. Head of HR in Infosys Technologies said, “We ...
Published about 31-08-2009 | Rated 0
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Genpact, Intelenet in line for Unitech Wireless` BPO job

1 Sep 2009, Mumbai:Unitech Wireless, where Telenor is the majority partner, is close to finalising business process outsourcing (BPO) contracts with two vendors — Genpact and Intelenet Global Services. Unitech Wireless is looking to launch mobile services across the country. Sources familiar with the development said the company is expected to shortly sign contracts for the North with Genpact and with Intelenet for the South. Unitech is also in dialogue with the Essar group-promoted Aegis B...
Published about 31-08-2009 | Rated 0
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How to Select Human Resources Information Technology

Human Resources information technology is essential for companies to manage their benefits plans and their employee information. Benefits management technology is no longer a “nice to have,” but a necessity to help HR manage both a sea of information and the money spent on benefits plans, as HR faces limited resources and constantly changing data. But how do HR and other executives know they are selecting the best HR information technology to manage all of the details, and that the solution ...
Published about 02-06-2009 | Rated 0
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What Does a Human Resources Manager, Generalist, or Director Do?

Human Resources Generalists, Managers, and Directors, depending on the size of the organization, may have overlapping responsibilities. In larger organizations, the Human Resources Generalist, the Manager, and the Director have clearly defined, separated roles in HR management with progressively more authority and responsibility in the hands of the Manager, the Director, and ultimately, the Vice President who may lead several departments including administration. HR directors, and occasionall...
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How to Break Into a Career in Human Resources

Many people are eager to start a career in Human Resources, as it is a fast-growing field with many lucrative opportunities. Career analysts expect the number of HR jobs to increase in the projected future and the median annual income is above the national average. For these reasons and more, you are probably wondering how to start an HR career of your own. You will find some useful information below that will guide you through the process. Education and Training for a Human Resources Career ...
Published about 02-06-2009 | Rated 0

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