The way you react to change in the workplace often parallels the way you
react to change in your personal life, says Bill Heather, senior
vice-president of a management consultants' firm. And since change is
here to stay in the corporate world, you may want to work to become what
he calls "change hardy" -- that is, you can see that not all
change is bad, though some certainly is.
Not really valuable for our office, but he has antique value.
a skilled job
V. Kumara Swamy
Auctioneering is not just about
calling the highest bids and pounding the hammer at the end of a bid, it
is an art in itself and requires quite a few qualities to succeed, says
celebrity British auctioneer, art expert and media personality Tim
Wonnacott. "An auctioneer should have the knowledge of whatever is
being auctioned, he should be sharp, numerate and quick-witted too to
handle unforseen situations," Wonnacott said, talking about the
qualities of a good auctioneer.
Training tax return preparers
NIIT, a leading IT
trainer, has been roped in by the Department of Income Tax (DIT),
Ministry of Finance, to foster resources for widening the base of
income tax payers, by creating trained and certified Tax Return
Preparers across the country.
buying the idea of network marketing
After a slow beginning in the mid-nineties, network marketing has
clicked with the Indian middle class, catching the fancy of young
entrepreneurs. Network marketing or a multi-level marketing arrangement
is one where individuals associate with a parent company as an
independent contractor and are paid on the basis of their sales of
products or services as well as the sales achieved by those they bring
into the business.
Talent scouting gets tougher for tech firms
Technology companies around the world still have a long way to go to ensure continued success, as finding and retaining human resource provides them an enormous challenge, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers
Q I am interested in working as
a guard. Can you tell me about the profession and its prospects?
— Amitabh Sehgal
A With the growing threat of terrorism and crime, security
officers / guards are being increasingly called upon to protect
their employer’s investment, enforce laws on the property and
deter criminal activity.