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The handicapped CEOs

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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

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Continuing technological excellence

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When it comes to the criticism of indigenous projects, we are very proactive, confident and repetitive. One can find enormous amount of literature criticising the projects undertaken by Indian PSUs or DRDO or other government agencies. Some comment on the delays, some voice their expert views on the quality of the product, while some others may cry about the amount of money spent. It is surprising that even though most of these projects neither directly nor indirectly affect our daily life, we find it relevant to criticise but if a road is being dug up for months, footpath made unusable for weeks, flyover being under construction for years, railway line or metro on the verge of commissioning for decades, no one creates that big scene even though these things affect our day to day life! Continue reading

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Resignation? – take it easy

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

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The pay cheque circus

presentation1Though 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

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From academia to the industry

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Education in our country is mainly undertaken to fetch a job. The transformation of a student to an employee is not always easy. It is the transition of a puerile to a mature, a careless to a responsible, and a person of theory to a practical human being. There have been many efforts put into at various levels to bridge the gap between the industry and the academia but except from countable serious institutions, the benefits of this has not be reached to the students as required. Because of this reason, the prospective ‘employees’ are almost unaware of the industrial environment, work culture, challenges, processes, etc. Few industries do the needful to groom this ‘raw’ influx to their levels but most of the companies just leave them into an unexplored vast ocean to learn and survive. Continue reading