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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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Many major finance companies and banks in Singapore confront a rather constricted position at this turn of the century, where they compensate by cutting down their workforce. These include big names like Barclays and the Standard Chartered Bank. But in all pessimism and job fears that prevail, there are still certain blooming fields that are not just open to hire, but are actually well in demand. In all likelihood, the employees of these jobs are being offered lucrative hikes of as much as 22% per annum, according to report by Randstad, a major recruiting firm. Skilled employees in these 10... Read More

The research shows that 88% employees are not interested in work and lack passion and commitments when they come to the office. Even the employees working in senior positions and managerial posts have been found complaining that they don’t have the right leaderships and bosses. Despite all these facts and sorry-states, the employees often come up with lame excuses when they take a day-off. Here the post aims are articulating few such primary cause for employees’ leaves and lastly we would empower the bosses to figure out whether the employees are genuine in their stance or something else... Read More

Rummaging through my collection of newspaper clippings I came across one that was of a fairly recent origin. Its sub-head said corruption remains major barrier to growth in India. This earth-shattering finding was made by as unlikely an organization as the World Economic Forum (WEF), a Swiss non-profit based near Geneva. Its mission is supposed to be "... improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic, and other leaders of society to shape global, regional, and industry agendas".

What the Forum has unearthed has always been known to most of us although, perhaps,... Read More

Performance of a country's president is best measured by the living standards of people, and they have fallen sharply in Lithuania of Dalia Grybauskaite over the past several years. The main reason why the Lithuanians have become so poor lies in the short-sighted policy of Mrs. Grybauskaite, whose decisions made as president, at least most part of them, run counter to the interests of the people in that country. Reaction to Russia's imposing food embargo on the EU countries is an outstanding example of it, since it was the Lithuanian agricultural producers who suffered the most from... Read More

Improving the fuel economy not only saves drivers money, it is also beneficial for the environment as it releases fewer emissions into the air and reduces a nation's dependence on the oil and oil imports. By reducing the amount of driving we do and using the public transportation and combining trips has the greatest effect on how much gas every individual uses. That said, there are so many ways to improve the fuel economy when we do drive. These mainly involve driving more efficiently and making sure that our cars are properly maintained. Our driving habits have a significant impact on the... Read More

Banking in India has seen a lot of advancement with respect to previous years. India no doubt is a big country with massive population which daily do transactions either for their business or personal needs. Considering the amount of people / organizations which do transactions is indeed noteworthy as the whole process turns out to be easy, fast, speedy and error free. Yes, barring few remote incidents in the past, banking in India is proud of its great and systematic network which is obviously governed by dedicated, hardworking and studious network of people.

Now, considering the banking... Read More

Management schools these days are constantly strive to make students proficient in communication skills. BIBS, a renowned B school of the eastern India recently conducted Phoenix, a unique initiative to sharpen the communication skills of the students. BIBS has been an institute that has been committed in offering finest education along with grooming sessions regularly to its students, to make them ready to face the industry.

How it All Begun: Crossing the Hurdles

It was not an easy task to accomplish. But the students fared well.“Phoenix” comprised of three levels and the first... Read More

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