The topic surely attracts attention as to what the article contains? But this article is not about the differently-abled people occupying the top posts, it is about the CEOs and the chairmen who are handicapped. However, they may be handicapped because of their character or their personality traits or due to internal or external compulsions, whatsoever. This is applicable to all companies/ parties/ ministries/ institutions etc. This is the reason why these entities at some point of time feel the kickbacks due to their disabilities. Here are some of the types: Continue reading
A school is a place where kids learn the etiquette, the discipline, the manners, the obedience and other social habits. That may be the reason why parents search for a good school for their kids. But how does one define a good school?
- Is a good school the one that drills a big hole into your pocket?
- Is a good school the one that has a bigger infrastructure or the one that is part of the chain of institutions?
- Is a good school the one that produces good academic results?
A resignation is a paper submitted by the employee to the employer that says, ‘You are not fit for me’. The reasons behind the move may vary, the text may be different, but the message is common, I quit! In the world of professionals, the salary is pocketed in one side and the resignation is kept in the other. In between lays the job satisfaction which has few other parameters associated with it that vary from person to person. So, are the resignations a sticky affair? Continue reading
Though theoretically the salaried class strives for job satisfaction throughout its career, the candid fact is that it is the pay cheque that plays the pivotal role in deciding the job engagement and its future. Orthodox organizations design their pay slabs and fit in the talent according to their capabilities and experience however professional companies hire the talent and fix the salaries according to the competence levels of the hired personnel. It is always strategically mentioned that, ‘Sky is the limit’ for an extra ordinary candidates and the remuneration shall be best among the industries. This clearly reveals the acknowledged adhesiveness of a pay cheque between an employee and the organization. Continue reading
Call them the ‘water cooler conversations’ or the ‘breather yak’, this informal means of feedback is the lifeline of the proceedings in any industry. The canteen, the rest rooms, library or the leisure hall, these are the places where people discuss about the college, the company, the society or the country with open minds. Continue reading
Communication is the key for better living and effective communication makes life bit more easier. However, in industrial scenario when the higher management keeps self busy in the meetings and the delegation of powers to next levels are at place, the connectivity between the two faces hurdles. Continue reading
Cool office is not a workplace with good air-conditioner but it is an office meant for delivering outputs for given inputs under normal environmental conditions i.e. without extra pressure, elevated temperaments, turbulent mindsets, jittery relationships, volcanic fears and foggy limitations. The essential elements of such office shall be: Continue reading
The exit interviews are a powerful tool for the company to assess itself for the type of work environment it provides to the employees from the employees point of view, its policies, financial and personal benefits etc. which are the key ingredients of the popular term referred to as the employee satisfaction. They are the mirrors to an organisation provided they are conducted with the positive spirit and the results compiled and projected to the higher or the top management. These unbiased inputs can decide the fate of the organisation and if taken casually will take away the opportunity of being ready for the threat perception that exists, if any. Continue reading
We have seen the AIPMT exam getting rigged in the past and also the ITI exam in West Bengal being targeted by the exam mafia and many more such incidents which reveal the loopholes in the education system of our country. There is huge propaganda and investment by the government on raising the standard of the education but such incidents blow down all the promises made by them. Eventually such things happen mainly in the northern belt of the country probably for the reason that the integrity of the institutions operating in that area is never authenticated. People having money to spare are in the business of operating the chains of educational institutes. Who is worried of quality anyway? Not even the entrance exams but many recruitment exams have also met the same fate. And it keeps happening repeatedly. The general perception in UP and Bihar is that no recruitment exam in the state requires studying as the criterion for short listing the candidates is not merit. Why we all remain quiet? Continue reading