In simple words ‘Data Protection’ can be defined as the law and/or regulation designed to protect your Personal Data or Personally Identifiable Information (PII), which is collected, processed and stored by companies, institutions etc. In this era where data security breaches happen almost daily, it is essential that data protection laws and regulations restrain and…
Added by Biji Scaria on October 20, 2017 at 11:21am —
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ExL Events is hosting the 4th Adverse Events Reporting and Safety… Continue
Added by Emily Sternberg on October 19, 2017 at 3:40pm —
Proofreading qualifies for being both a process and an art. It finesses and trims important documents and gives them shape and proper form. It is essential for creating a good impact. It is necessary to cut out the errors that could cause embarrassment to the presenter. Sound proofreading, when combined with strong vocabulary; also helps to insert the most appropriate word in the right place in a document.
Proofreading is a must for almost all kinds of documents that are used in a… Continue
Added by TrainHR on October 19, 2017 at 8:18am —
Added by Jorge Tabacman on October 18, 2017 at 7:30pm —
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is considered the world's most popular personality test. The main reason for its popularity is the empathetic and comprehensive nature it takes. Many organizations, as well as important social areas such as family, marriage, and career counseling continue to deploy it for the in-depth perspective it offers the assessor in understanding the assessee.
Generally, when we assess others; we fail to take the unique situation that led them to taking a… Continue
Added by TrainHR on October 18, 2017 at 8:15am —
Ahead of the 3rd Edition IRB Models, the Standardised Approach for Credit Risk, and Capital Floors Conference, we spoke with Gottfried Gruber, Senior Examiner, On-Site Supervision Division at Oesterreichische Nationalbank, about how IRB models can be best developed for low default portfolios.…
Added by Yiota Andreou on October 17, 2017 at 9:30am —
It is not an exaggeration to say that those in managements have their hands full during almost any working day. Dashing to finish tasks makes it chaotic for managers and other employees to stay focused on their core work. As a result, their work gets delayed or its impact gets diluted. They are forced into a situation where work keeps piling up and their daily routine gets chaotic. This becomes more pronounced in the backdrop of a changing work environment.
The result of being… Continue
Added by TrainHR on October 17, 2017 at 8:04am —
Sorry. You can’t foolproof implementation of your strategy. No matter how good it is. You can however, give it a much better shot whilst battling those underlying intangible… Continue
Added by Bryan Whitefield on October 17, 2017 at 2:30am —
We all know that change is the only constant in business. Organizations know it, too. Yet, many are hesitant to bring about and embrace change until they are compelled to. This is a fundamental mistake from managements, because organizations that are resistant to change are not likely to flourish in the long run.
Many organizations tend to equate change with the introduction of new, untried products and services. This may be great for the business, but organizational change goes… Continue
Added by TrainHR on October 16, 2017 at 8:25am —
In an increasingly transparent world, failures in risk management within the widespread and nearly instantaneous reach of media outlets ranging from Facebook and Twitter to the Wall Street Journal have had destructive effects on companies like Uber. What started as an evidently ignored employee’s ‘incident report’… Continue
Added by Steven Minsky on October 13, 2017 at 4:40pm —
Growth is a need for everyone. We all have the urge to grow, because we have our unique abilities. We all have enormous potential. Some of it may be obvious, and others may have to be dug up from the rubble, so to speak. Many of us are good at what we do, and are aware of it and give our best in any situation. Others may have the same ability, but could allow their doubt, insecurity or confusion to get the better of them. Both these kinds of people can improve. Everyone has the potential to… Continue
Added by TrainHR on October 13, 2017 at 8:57am —
As professionals, many of us find it hard to manage our time. One of the constant thoughts in the back or front of our minds is about how to complete tasks within the given timeframe. If there is one resource we seem to be eternally short of; it is time. We are among millions of professionals who have a very difficult time managing their time. Yet, some people seem to be at ease with this element. They seem to have a great knack of managing time better and more efficiently.
Added by TrainHR on October 12, 2017 at 12:35pm —
The small and medium scale enterprises are considered to be the major factors that drive any developing economy. In other words, these SMEs and MSMEs are actually as an asset for the country. In this scenario, the new age digital lending platforms have come up with diverse products which are all aimed at SMEs and MSMEs to help with their development. Equipment… Continue
Added by Aman Khanna on October 12, 2017 at 10:30am —
Difficult people being what they are; any colleague has a tough time dealing with them. Difficult people can come in many forms, shapes and sizes. Some people find it difficult to socialize with colleague. Others make a mess out of working relationships, and yet others may be highly uncooperative and could throw tantrums at the slightest provocation, or even without one.
Whatever their different forms; it is a fact that difficult people are a fact of life at the workplace. Difficult… Continue
Added by TrainHR on October 11, 2017 at 11:34am —
Last week I wrote about corporate high performance units. Today I write about their biggest challenge: Battling the underlying intangible forces that dictate an… Continue
Added by Bryan Whitefield on October 10, 2017 at 1:11am —
The Millennials are the next big thing and the next big wave of the American workforce. Fifty percent of the American workforce will consist of the Millennials by 2020-21, by some estimates. What makes the Millennials unique and different from the earlier generations? Well, their arrival on the work scene and the explosion of new, often path breaking technologies of the kind the world had not seen till then, have been more or less contemporaneous.
The arrival into the… Continue
Added by TrainHR on October 9, 2017 at 8:47am —
Here is a link to an amazing story.
The Sprocket Network is About to Change History.You may be aware that investing in companies before they become publicly traded on a public stock exchange provides for maximum capital gain potential.…
Added by Charles David Dreher on October 7, 2017 at 2:52am —
No one can doubt the ability of a well-designed worksite wellness programs to improve the organization’s bottom line. In a study done by Harvard to test the effectiveness of worksite wellness programs; amazing results came up.
The summary of this study is that worksite wellness programs bring about dramatic positive changes for both the employee and organization. These numbers substantiate this fact: Organizations that implement worksite wellness programs can expect a… Continue
Added by TrainHR on October 6, 2017 at 8:42am —
Many organizations have a tough time living up their own expectations. They hardly reach their destination, and at most times, they are short of their goals and targets. One of the primary reasons for this shortfall is that their decisions are based on feeling and intuition, rather than being supported by hard facts and figures. This is the area of analytics. This tool gives a clear sense of direction about where the organization is headed from time to time.
Added by TrainHR on October 5, 2017 at 9:18am —
Success at managing work involves working smart, not working hard. Many people get put off by this assertion, associating smart work with slyness and cunning, and hard work with honesty. The truth could not be farther than this. Smart work is all about being adept at leveraging time and other resources with less effort, but with sharper insight and planning. When employees and managers work smart; they save the organization enormous amounts of time, because they accomplish the same output… Continue
Added by TrainHR on October 4, 2017 at 8:34am —