We are all aware and used to smart phones and smart watches and they have been the centre of attraction for last few years. In the same category is a very seasoned campaigner SMART CARDS which we all have been using in one form or the other since many years – PAN Card, Credit or Debit Card, Any Loyalty program card, Hotel Room keys, Employee access and attendance cards in many offices and factories, etc. Smartcards are very integral part of our lives and their importance has been growing always. One of the pioneers in this field are CARD PRO SOLUTIONS PVT LTD who are the manufacturers of various smartcards and provide start to end support for it.
This guest post is by Prerna Nigotiya.
Human Resource is the core strength of any competitive organization and hence Recruitment forms an integral part of HR planning. Recruitment refers to the process of attracting, screening, and selecting qualified people for a job. It acts as a link between the employers and the job seekers. The main objective of Recruitment is to speed up the selection process. It’s about finding and attracting capable applicants for employment. Recruitment and selection are the major functions of the Human Resources department.
The process begins when new recruits are sought and ends when their applications are submitted. And the result is a pool of applications from where the new employees are selected. The objective of the recruitment process is to obtain the number and the quality of employees that can be selected in order to help the organization to achieve its goals and objectives.
There are few companies which are very big and we take or use their names in our daily lives but still sometimes we don’s know their real names or full forms. Below are few names like this –
- DHL – based on the last names of the three founders, Adrian Dalsey, Larry Hillblom and Robert Lynn.
- IBM – International Business Machines Corporation.
- TLC – The Learning Channel.
- FIAT – Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino.
- HMV – His Master’s Voice.
- TCS – Tata Consultancy Services.
- SAP – System Analysis & Program Development.
- AMUL – Anand Milk Union Limited.
- IKEA – Ingvar Kamprad Elmtaryd Agunnaryd. The company’s name is an acronym comprising the initials of the founder’s name (Ingvar Kamprad), the farm where he grew up (Elmtaryd) and his hometown (Agunnaryd, in Smaland, South Sweden).
- HTC – High Tech Computer Corporation.
- JBL – James Bullough Lansing ( founder ).
- 3M – Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company.
- H & M – Hennes & Mauritz.
This guest post is by Stephen Licciardello.
If you’re looking to hire a Business Coach for training employees to enhance output, a good question to consider would be – what kind of expertise is required to facilitate this? The options are numerous and varied, though Neurolinguistic Programming is often cited as amongst the most effective of all such techniques. If word-of-mouth is not convincing enough, here are some reasons why you should choose a Business Coach with expertise in NLP.
Right Words At The Right Time
Before diving deep into details, it is best to gain a proper understanding of what Neurolinguistic Programming is. Popularly referred to in abbreviated form as NLP, Neurolinguistic Programming implies a deep understanding of three components that influence the human thought process and communicative abilities; these components are the neurological system, language and behavioral nuances. Thus, expertise in NLP becomes a rather useful skill for someone in the commercial field where the right words at the right time can be the difference between richness and bankruptcy.
Complexity is one of the largest problems plaguing organizations, and most leaders yearn for more simplicity. But don’t confuse simple with easy. Ridding your organization, department, or process of unnecessary complexity requires careful attention. Remember these three Cs when trying to restore simplicity:
- Collaboration – Silos are the enemy of simplicity. Work across the organization to identify where the complexity is and together improve the way business is done.
- Coordination – Smooth coordination is critical to finding simple solutions to the problems you’re trying to solve.
- Communication – Once you’ve gotten rid of complexity, you can be sure it will try to find its way back in. Open and regular communication will allow you to identify it before it takes hold.
Credit – Taken from Management tip from Harvard Business Review.