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10 MOST POPULAR HR PRACTICES OF TOP COMPANIES.

Manini Dubey, a software engineer at one of the top Indian IT firms, feels it is high time she starts looking for a new job. Having worked in her current firm for nearly three years, she wants to move over to a new firm, just for the change. But, here is what holds employees like Manini from moving to a ...

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TATA GROUP GESTURE ON 26/11 .YOU MUST READ.

Tata Group have shown gesture for the 26/11 accident . YES! IT IS WORTH READING FOR HR GUYS. All category of employees including those who had completed even 1 day as casuals were treated on duty during the time the hotel was closed Ø   Relief and assistance to all those who were injured and killed Ø   The relief and assistance ...

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ORIGINALITY VERSUS CTRL" C" & "V"

Franklin P. Jones “Originality is the art of concealing your source.” Originality is a source gifted to mankind by infinite inteligence. Of course, Bill Gates says,” creating perfection at the first attempt is a stupidity.”First preference of genius is originality not perfection. Yes! I do agree, Thomas Alva Edison was able to invent electronic bulb after 1000 efforts. Originality is ...

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SHOULD LEADER RELY ON INTUITION FOR DECISION MAKING?

WHAT IS THE RIGHT WAY FOR DECISION MAKING? A recent Harvard Working Knowledge blog post ( What is the right mix between intuition and analysis? Several clear themes characterized responses to this month’s column. Dominant among these was that the best way to reach a decision depends on a number of factors, including the nature of the decision, the nature ...

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NEW 12 RULES FOR BUSINESS MANAGERS BY BILL GATES

If the 1980s were about quality and the 1990s were about re-engineering, then the 2000s will be about velocity. About how quickly business itself will be transacted. About how information access will alter the lifestyle of consumers and their expectations of business. Quality improvements and business-process improvements will occur far faster. When the increase in velocity is great enough, the ...

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8 RULES FOR HIRING TALENT -SKILL

Attitude is defined as ones’ feelings or mood – Positive or negative – toward things, circumstances or people. No matter how you may choose to define attitude, it is one of your “most priceless” or disabling possessions. You, and only you, are in charge of your attitude! You must realize that your attitude is your choice to make, and that ...

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WHEN TIGER WOOD WILL BOUNCE BACK. HE NEEDS" Auletta."

We all have our opinions of Tiger Woods’ reading his typed, 14-minute apology. I know I do, but I wanted to hear what a professional crisis manager had to say. So, here goes, both an earful and an education in what not to do if you ever feel compelled to face the media for sexual indiscretions. “First of all, he ...

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WOMEN HAPPIER THAN MEN – BY 15 MINUTE A DAY

When it comes to how much pleasure we get out of life, it’s the women who talk away smiling. But the difference between women’s happiness and men’s happiness is only 15 minutes a day, reprots the courier mail. Accroding to social policy research Centre fellow Roger Pattulny , from the university of New South Wales, both men and women enjoying ...

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IIM : THE TRUE STORY OF PLACEMENT

As 2010 placement session of all the seven IIMs draws to close, it is being witnessed that the role offered to these graduates are more or less traditional and the salary packages are different than the packages which were making the buzz, reports Economic Times. Following the placement session getting over, the debate started across the corner that which institute ...

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ART GURU MAVEN MICHAEL SAY " SORRY"

Arts management maven Michael Kaiser has used his ample résumé and his nine-year perch as president of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts to promote his ideas about how to keep the nonprofit arts solvent. A year ago, he launched the Kennedy Center’s “Arts in Crisis” initiative, offering himself and his brain trust at the Washington, D.C., ...

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Single Mother Wins $200,000 in Job Bias Case

she’d need in order to attain an increase in her sales commission. Then, on June 2, 2006, Lockwood’s 4-year-daughter Lily woke up with pinkeye. She called a manager to request rescheduling a meeting since she wouldn’t be able to come to work. A half hour later, the manager called back with words that chilled Lockwood: Unless she resigned, she would ...

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CAN WE LEARN FROM INDIAN CEO?

As the Indian economy is all set to grow by 7.5 percent this year, experts are saying that it could be the best time for Western CEOs to learn some lessons from their Indian counterparts, reports CNN. While Western economies continue to stutter, a report forecasts that India will soon return to the high-growth trajectory it enjoyed before the crisis. ...

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HOW THE BODY SHOP BECOME A SUCCESS.

“If you do things well, do them better. Be daring, be first, be different, be just,” says Roddick – a phrase that could very well be her company motto. She has taken her $6,500 loan and turned it into a successful multi-million dollar corporation that continues to not only make popular cosmetic products but also push the boundaries of corporate ...

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TIGER WOOD: HOW MANY OF US ARE READY TO SAY "SORRY"

Although it was painful for Tiger Woods to have his giant size ’statement’ this morning, the key question is: was he believable? Oh, we want facts (is Elin leaving? when is he returning to golf? is he staying in rehab?, etc) but that information we could get from his web page, where he has announced everything else. We want to ...

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SELLING THE IDEA IS MORE DIFFICULT THAN DEVELOPING IDEA ITSLEF.

Idea_bulb Convincing someone that an idea – perhaps your idea – is the best one can sometimes be more difficult than actually developing the idea itself. From my experience, there’s five rules to follow (more or less in order) to make sure your ideas are given the proper attention they deserve as you move from brainstorming to implementation. 1. Link ...

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TOP 20 INNOVATIVE COMPANIES OF THE WORLD.

FastCompany has placed the globe’s brightest companies under the microscope to develop its 2010 list of the world’s most innovative firms. While some usual suspects like Apple and Google made the list, a number of small companies that have made a big impact in the innovation stakes are also included. Here’s the top 20: 1. Facebook 2. Amazon 3. Apple ...

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FOUNDER TRANSFERS BUSINESS TO EMPLOYEES

Moore said he began thinking about succession about nine years ago. He’d heard about employee stock option programs and got much more serious about the idea three years ago. That Moore has now pulled off what few other company owners would even dream about comes as no surprise to longtime acquaintances, such as Glenn Dahl, owner of NatureBake bakery in ...

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HOW IS THE LEADERSHIP FOR THE YEAR 2010 AT TOP 20 COMPANIES

At first glance, Zappos.com, the online retailer, appears to have little in common with General Electric (GE), the multinational conglomerate. Hit hard throes of scaling down its financial services subsidiary, GE Capital, by an estimated 40%. Zappos, on the other hand, is tapping into changing consumer habits and ramping up for 30% growth over the next 12 months. Yet surprisingly, ...

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SALARY: PER HOUR MAKES AN EMPLOYEE HAPPIER.

It’s often said that money doesn’t bring happiness. But the truth could be more complicated, according to researchers at University of Toronto and Stanford University who have discovered that people paid by the hour are far more likely to be happy than those earning a monthly salary. It seems that the reason being paid by the hour has more of ...

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MANAGEMENT LESSONS FROM WINTER OLYMPICS

As the Olympics wind up, I find myself reflecting back especially on Shaun White’s amazing performance. When he won his well-deserved half-pipe gold in Vancouver under a blizzard of media coverage, even a sober academic like me was jumping up and down, watching the excitement on television. It strikes me now that the business and academic communities can learn powerful ...

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