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Delegation

I feel almost everyone delegates work which consumes their quality time and can be looked after by some one else. Business houses, employers, senior employees, children and house wives, all are really great at delegating work systematically. As an employer and CEO of VinayRas Infotech i had to delegate a lot of my work to be done by programmers or other data entry employees. I used to look after rest of the work which needed my skill and knowledge. It is always better to do the work which suits us and delegate the rest for which we can hire someone and pay an affordable price.

eBharatJobs.com – Job searching made easy

Submitted by rashmijsr on Fri, 2011-04-22 13:54
EbharatJobs.com

eBharatJobs.com is one-stop-solution for Job seekers, Employers, Recruiters and Advertisers.

Job seekers can post their resume at http://my.ebharatjobs.com/resume.php. Posting resumes ensures that the thousands of recruiters that are looking for desired candidates will find you. Job seekers can also set up jobs alerts so to never miss any jobs.

Job seekers have ability to follow companies. And receive all updates by the company as soon as it happens.

Tips for using a Job site to find employment

Submitted by rashmijsr on Wed, 2011-02-02 14:10
Job Site

Need a job ? Apply through job site. Gone are the days when candidates used to rush with their CV from one company to another looking for job. Now a days things have been made very easy. A job seeker can apply for job just at the click of a button. There are many job sites running online like monster.com, naukri.com, ebharatjobs.com – for experienced professionals and simplyfreshers.com – for freshers. These job sites can be accessed by any candidate from anywhere. They should have a well prepared CV to apply directly through the website.

Generations working together at the workplace

Submitted by rashmijsr on Wed, 2010-10-06 13:43
Generation Y

Today's work place is very different from what it used to be few years ago. There are three generations the traditionalist, baby boomers, generation X and generation Y ( born between 1980 and 2000 ) called the Millennials. All generations have their own pros and cons and different working and motivational factors. Millennials comprise a big percentage of the work force. They are more empowered, with distinct identity and innovative ideas. They are young, energetic and ready to change the world. They are less experienced than gen x but ready to experiment and take risks.

Office – A healthy and Comfortable place to work

Submitted by rashmijsr on Wed, 2010-10-06 12:30
Office

In today's fast moving scenario where most of the population is working, office is a place where an individual person spends most of the time. With the advent of Cut throat competition and multinationals growing their roots strong on Indian grounds have opened lots and lots of opportunities which in turn has increased working hours. Working professionals spends minimum 8 hrs and maximum 10 – 12 hrs at office so office needs to be a comfortable place where they can work and have enough fun to keep them motivated.

Employee Attrition

Submitted by rashmijsr on Tue, 2008-04-29 11:46

Employee attrition is a very big problem not only in India but outside India too. Attrition rate is increasing day by day and its especially the software industry which is affected the most. Why an Employee leaves a company is the question asked by most of the employers. Companies even hire Private HR professionals to study the company's work and find out why an employee is dissatisfied.

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