Category Archives: Human Resources

Important tips to manage a small business Employee Management, Human Resources, Team Work

“Time is money” and to earn money you must have time in your hand. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a small business started from a backyard or a multinational company, management of money is the most crucial aspect of a business. You might come up with a brilliant business strategy or a product but they

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How to have the best employees? Employee Management, Human Resources, Leadership, Team Work

Any organization can only function with a productive team of employees. Together they multiply your productivity, increase your profits, maintain efficiency. However, few under-performers can drag down your performance. To have the best employees you need to focus on the following points: Terminate the under-performers: Observe the employees who are unable to keep up with

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Resource Flow and Utilization Employee Management, Human Resources, Team Work

Resource Flow Utilization

Successful project management relies on understanding how limited resources, the entirety of which is often not available all at once, can be most efficiently used to complete a project. The inflow of these resources, their utilization, the way their utilization leads to further inflow and the possibility of the cessation or interruption of these resources,

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Top Skills of a Good Recruiter (Part 1) Human Resources

Recruiters play an important role in an organization. They have the necessary knowledge and understanding of the various job positions and duties, and the type of person who would fit well within particular roles; within the company. However, this is not an easy task and recruiters have to face this challenge with good and sharp

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Workforce Management is Simpler than You Think Human Resources

The prestige and intimidation inspired by business schools, expensive courses on entrepreneurship and project scheduling, and the elitist vibe associated with the word ‘management’, have all contributed to a rather escapist opinion that the common man does not have what it takes to be a successful manager. The archetypal visionary administrator with complete disregard for

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