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​Characteristics an Employee must have

Characteristics an Employee must have
Even though we’ve learned about the things that we must do while working, there are some other things that the Architects at UR told me. 288 more words


Automation - Filling the Gap in the Manufacturing Job Market

Automation and the direction it’s heading in manufacturing is often put out as a doom and gloom situation. ‘Robotics will bring an end to the need for actual human workers’ is what is being stated. 553 more words

Manufacturing Industry

Your EEOC Responsibilities as an Employer

Employers have a responsibility to protect the rights of employees suffering from a mental health condition.

Depression, PTSD & Other Mental Health Conditions in the Workplace: Your Legal Rights” is a summary of an individual’s rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. 525 more words

Employee Benefits

Employee Retention - Hire the Best, Keep the Best - Know How?

Know all about Employee Retention and strategies an organization must adopt for keeping their people for long.

What is Employee Retention

Employee retention refers to the ability of any organization to retain its employees. 517 more words


Yes, it's better to be an Employee than an Employer

Ever since I was young, my father has always instilled to me the wonders of being an entrepreneur. “You need to manage your own business, Bonita,”  959 more words


So, I Decided To Quit My Job

To whom it may concern:

If I may take a moment to offer genuine gratitude and appreciation for the opportunity I have been provided by this agency to sharpen my skill set, gain insight, and earn the respect of my colleagues through my tireless efforts to ensure I am the best I can possibly be.

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10 Ways To Spot A Truly Exceptional Employee

(Source: www.forbes.com)

A recent international study surveyed more than 500 business leaders and asked them what sets great employees apart. The researchers wanted to know why some people are more successful than others at work, and the answers were surprising; leaders chose “personality” as the leading reason. 517 more words

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