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When done well, they lead to teamwork within the organisation
If top executives are paid highly, it is not being shaved off the fund performance
Employee recognition will go a long way in ensuring high-quality performance from staffers
You have an event coming up and everyone suggests that you should promote it on social media because that’s where a major part of your potential audience is, making decisions …
People have to constantly evolve while business tools and practices have to make way for the new
One-dimensional approach to work kills the joy of working and upsets one’s work-life balance
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May 17, 2016 14:21 pm by Ankur Kapur, CFA
Often in India I see a performance of last 20 years shown to prove the wide alpha. My concern is that when the alpha is as wide as 10% p.a.+ there is a major issue in the capital market. I studied data and found that alpha is reducing, indicating that capital market is becoming more efficient. Regul...
May 16, 2016 18:45 pm by Bhushankumar Dnyandeo Vetal
Why should we be concerned about, “How people are managed??” Because effective management is the backbone of any successful organization. Ineffective management can destroy a business or at a minimum cause, it to underperform. Sound management can reduce cost, increase revenue, improve mor...
May 16, 2016 13:35 pm by Anil Salian
Great article Clifford, Thank you for sharing these critical elements of Employee Value Proposition, I am sure it would benefit the larger community in managing Attrition in an effective and structured way!
May 16, 2016 01:06 am by Shrikanti
"As Bill Conaty and Ram Charan state in their book ‘The Talent Masters’, “If businesses managed their money as carelessly as they manage their people, most would be bankrupt." Definitely a nice qoute.
May 14, 2016 15:51 pm by Lawrence
Well said Clifford. The article reminds me of a farmer how he relates with his animals and uses fraternal words for hem at the work place. Employees are not less than we are.
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