Archive for June, 2011
Thursday, June 30th, 2011
Did you every have to work for a boss who was never wrong? This has become a critical issue for many persons in the managing hierarchy of their organization. How do I cope with this kind of arrogance?
This kind of situation results in either a very disgruntled manager or a very angry and frustrated “boss” [...]
Monday, June 27th, 2011
Keep your sanity at the workplace with these five steps
Letís face it. Most people, at some point of their career, unless they are extremely lucky, will have to work with a difficult boss. Most people already do.
Bad bosses seem to be everywhere. People who think they can treat their subordinates any way they want. This [...]
Thursday, June 23rd, 2011
If you want to make a good impression during a job interview, it is important to say the right things. Here are ten things you should avoid saying.
Job interviews can be an intimidating process. There are a number of good resources that will help you to learn what the right things to say are during [...]
Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011
Amazing Discoveries in the Lost Cities Part 1
Amazing Discoveries in the Lost Cities Part 2
Amazing Discoveries in the Lost Cities Part 3
Amazing Discoveries in the Lost Cities Part 4
Amazing Discoveries in the Lost Cities Part 5
Amazing Discoveries in the Lost Cities Part 6
Amazing Discoveries in the Lost Cities Part 7
Tuesday, June 21st, 2011
Think you know what works when hiring a new employee? Experts say: think again. Most managers skimp on time and energy needed to find the best candidates for a job.
You run your own company. You’ve grown it from the ground-up, and things are going so smoothly you’re ready to expand. That should be simple enough: [...]
Saturday, June 18th, 2011
It has been no secret in advertising and marketing for some time now that you need to know your target audience. In a job search it really isn’t any different. You need to know who you audience is, what their needs are and how to communicate the benefits of what you offer.
Last Fall I jumped [...]
Wednesday, June 15th, 2011
When it comes to writing a great resume, there are no hard and fast rules or specific formats that you should adhere to; however, your resume should be targeted to each specific job that you are applying to. In addition, it must be concise, clear, command attention and stand out from the pack.
Include a Title for the [...]
Monday, June 13th, 2011
A regulated recruitment strategy, accurate job descriptions and well defined qualification and work experience criteria are essential to meet the high volume of recruitment. Attention to the softer elements evaluating candidates ensures that the selected candidate blends into a company’s culture. My self Bikram Seth enlists the dos and don’t s in recruitment….
Fast- growth organisations [...]