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Can you change?

From: By Amruth Kumar Recommended by: greatscope All of us feel that we are open to change. But are we really? Take this short test to understand your readiness ( or reluctance ) to change
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Customers feast on great service

How much would you pay for an egg?  Fifty cents?  Two dollars?   How about $6,000? That’s how much it cost one restaurant in Newport Beach which refused to honor a customer’s request.  Not through legal action,
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Don’t Be Left Behind… As HR Shifts To A Data-Driven, High Business Impact Approach 2.0

Don’t Be Left Behind… As HR Shifts To A Data-Driven, High Business Impact Approach from Dr John Sullivan The post Don’t Be Left Behind… As HR Shifts To A Data-Driven, High Business Impact Approach 2.0 appeared first on Dr John
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Turn firing upside down

What's one of the hardest tasks in business today?  It's not starting a business.  It's not raising money.  It's not even making a profit.  According to The Wall Street Journal, it's firing an employee.
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The 3 Things Startup Founders Need To Know About HR

From: Recommended by: Swetha Diwakar  By: Guest post Joseph Fung Startup companies should have a HR perspective in mind for the future Goal's. Do not neglect HR activities. I am sharing the
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Low Cost Recruitment Strategies

Just found an intersting and useful blog on how to source candidates in low cost ways. For SMEs or multinationals, this article will give you tips on low cost strategies for hiring new staff....       Read more of this
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In search of hidden talents

Do you have someone on your payroll with untapped skills?  Most companies do, and they don't even know it.   Take Jeremy Lin, the New York Knicks new sensational point guard.  Due to injuries and the poor performance of
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Courtesy at work: Your colleagues will thank you

Most of us work with relatively sane people who try to behave during the eight hours or so that they're in the office.  And we attempt to do the right things and avoid offending our co-workers as well.   But some people just
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Investment Banking Zoo

Myths about the Investment Banking Hierarchy broken.. The Investment Banking People. The Analysts At the lowest level of the investment banking hierarchy are the analysts. To find this young talent, the I-banks send their manicured young bankers
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University Contacts are a Gold Mine for an Entrepreneur – But Only if You Maintain the Relationship

  During the “back to school” season, I often recall the first day of the first class I took as I pursued my Ph.D. at the University of Southern California. The professor spent the first part of the class talking about the “