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With organisations diversifying their businesses into global markets, work is no longer restricted by geographical boundaries. Today, firms want their employees to be on the move and work across the globe. Are you ready for such a ‘global’ career?
The boundaries of geography, language and culture are increasingly bec
Learn to motivate your employees to get the best out of them.
Managers who understand what motivates each employee can tailor incentives accordingly. But your motivational toolbox should go beyond rewarding excellent work. Just as important to keeping workers engaged is a plan
Are you looking for a marketing tool that is both effective and inexpensive? Then pull out your microphone and do some speaking! Why should you consider ‘public speaking’ as a way to obtain new customers? Because it doesn’t cost anything, except your time, and it is effective.
Why is being a speaker at an association meeting or o
During economic boom, techies might have been offered jobs after a perfunctory interview. Now employers have become increasingly selective, so technology professionals — even those with years of experience — must face facts. To get hired you need to become a pro not just at coding Java or .Net, but at selling yourself to companies inundated with
When Rajat Pal got his engineering degree from a top private college in Kolkata, he thought he had it made. It was a shock when he started started getting sidelined at job interviews. With great difficulty, he got a job with a construction major to sweat it out on the sites. But he prefers the grime of the field to a desk job when he would have to interact on a daily basis with his superiors in En