Technically, the index closed just a shade below 8,800 with gains of nearly 9 percent forming a bullish candle on the daily chart. The initial resistance is seen at 9,000, and in case the index manages to close above this level, then the outlook could change from negative to neutral. … [Read more...] about Taking Stock: Biggest single-day gain, Sensex back above 30K; what should investors do?
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But it isn’t. Cultivating a diverse and inclusive organization means hiring people whose ability to connect with others is as important as their ability to improve themselves. If you wait until the onboarding process to instill these mentalities, it may already be too late. Starting from the hiring process, organizations have an opportunity–even responsibility–to bring in employees who willingly question the parameters of their personal worldviews and examine their own assumptions. That habit isn’t just a company value or an element of your overarching work culture, it’s an individual skill set that you can actually hire for. … [Read more...] about Ask This Interview Question To Hire A More Inclusive Workforce
During the ’70s and ’80s, résumés were expected to be a single page, since most people looking for work only had a few jobs during their lifetime. Today, it’s common for people to switch jobs every three years. For executive-level positions, it’s more common now for résumés to run up to two or three pages. A high number of short-term jobs once signaled to employers that a candidate was unreliable and lacked loyalty or direction. But no longer. Today, that can indicate someone who’s in high demand and has self-confidence and a willingness to go after new challenges. And instead of listing an objective at the top of your résumé, write a quick summary of what you offer. … [Read more...] about The New Rules of Personal Branding For Job Seekers
Usually, after a RBI policy review, the discussion is about the measures and the impact on the market and economy. While this is always true, we are going through challenging times and the desperate measure will bring succour to stakeholders: people who have taken retail loans, corporates who have taken big ticket debt, MSMEs, mutual fund investors (banks can use TLTRO money to buy bonds from MFs) and the bond market generally, which is the yardstick for pricing of credit in the entire economy. All global central banks are saying “whatever it takes.” The RBI also has walked the talk. … [Read more...] about RBI comes out all guns blazing to sanitise a struggling financial system
Many employees recruit for attitude first and technical skills second. Of course, the two aren’t mutually exclusive, and the ideal fit is someone who meshes with the company culture while also offering the expertise to get the job done. But the understanding that interpersonal or so-called “soft skills” aren’t as trainable as technical ones is beginning to shift employers’ ideas about what makes an outstanding employee. Here are some of the top traits employers tend to value most in employees when they’re looking to make a new hire or promote someone from within. … [Read more...] about 7 Traits That Will Get You Hired Or Promoted