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Outsourcing is the process in which a company or organization will have some of their operations carried out by entities that are located in various regions. The purpose of doing this is to reduce the cost of operation while maintaining the same level of quality or service.
There are no limitations on location when it comes to out
The Central Bank is trying to keep prices down, but a drought and supply bottlenecks have spurred increases.
Movie night and restaurant meals are out for Vinod Kumar. As prices for sugar, onions, and other staples have surged after poor monsoon rains damaged harvests, Kumar has been forced to cut back to keep food on the table for his family of four. “It’s never been so bad in my
Exam Schedule for May 2010 Exams
If you answered YES to these questions, you are in a time squeeze. Either you have too much work for the available time, or you aren’t using your time effectively. In either case you have a time-management problem, and that problem will make your work life less fulfilling, less successful, and more stressful than it should be.
Dinkar Rao, Ex-employee, Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd says, “Time manag
Spanish Prime Minister’s picture changed with one of Mr. Bean
Unidentified hackers have defaced the website of the European Union Presidency assumed by Spain at the beginning of this month. The picture of Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, Spain’s Prime Minister, was replaced with one depicting Mr. Bean, a world-renown
One of the biggest problems would be that of ‘attrition’. It is not easy for companies to attract and retain the right kind of employees. Most qualified professionals perceive it to be a low-grade kind of job. Besides popular perceptions about BPOs and pressures of 24×7 environments also refrain professionals from opting KPO companies as a career.
Response to Global Survey Indicates Greater Investment Risks Ahead
A recent survey by business consultants McKinsey & Co. suggests corporate managements should come up with new game plans, based on the lingering crises in global finance.
They say signals by players in the f
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With the placements season fast approaching, top B-schools across the country are to ensure they churn out as many entrepreneurs as possible.
They are forming entrepreneurship cells/clubs, collaborating with associations, organising lectures and seminars, besides arranging for consulting projects with small and medium enterprises
Many people dream of shedding the corporate life and starting their own companies. They imagine creating the next Google or Apple. From Steve Jobs to Bill Gates to Pierre Omidyar, many of the world’s richest people on the Forbes Billionaires List started as entrepreneurs, so it’s little wonder so many believe that’s the path to wealth and happiness.