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Asked by : Sree Vidhya Ramachandran, Software Developer, Solutions & Services
Activity: Question posted: 10 11 2008 07:51:07 +0000, 3 answers, 347 views, last activity 07 06 2010 20:18:08 +0000
 
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to work objectively,towards the achievement of the defined goals and targets, without personalising , being rational,



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by   Harendra Kumar Sharma, Sales/BD Manager, Hewlett Packard India Sales Pvt Ltd  | 04 05 2009 08:38:10 +0000
  Answered by     rajendrareddy reddy, Service/Maintenance Engineer, FLSmidth Pvt. Limited  | 12 10 2008 05:01:05 +0000
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Rightly said!!! But many corporate companies do use this option selevtively. When matters related to their own benifit they insist on proffessionalism. But when it comes to the benifit of their employees the same proffessionalism disappears. The porfect example for this is during the market downward trend the top management only thinks of retrenchment of employees to cut the losses. WHy dont they think of reducing their own salaries by say 5% which is equal to about 10 to 20 employees of his organisation. Why organisations start cutting extra expenses only now and not when during the market uptrend. Organisations will succeed only when they use their resorces optimally.

  Answered by     Rohit Mittal, Director Business Development, Port Indigo  | 10 21 2008 16:38:48 +0000
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The word professionalism is a very wide meaning term. It is being very commonly used in the corporate world today without knowing the exact practical aspect of this word. Doing things right on time with utmost perfection is what I count professionalism.

 
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