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sumit kumar Finance/Budgeting Manager, Bangalore school of business
 
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Suryanarayan Murthy  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  2 years ago
Honesty always pays..but in the long run. I remember my boss quoting in 1982 "It is not sufficient that you are honest.. You must also appear to be honest"
sumit kumar  |  Argues in support of  |  2 years ago
No Budy can follow it in corporate,
Diya Mehra  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  2 years ago
People we all are putting in the hours for the salary we are getting and employers are not doing any favour by doing that. And there is a famous saying I guess which goes like " Love your job and not the company". It makes sense if you are...
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Should be 
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rakeshbhatnagar  |  Argues in support of  "should not be"  |  2 years ago
PM MUST NOT BE ELECTED DIRECTLY BECAUSE IF THE ELECTED PM DO NOT GET MAJORITY IN PARLIAMENT HE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO WORK FREELY THEN WHAT'STHE MEANING OF THIS CHANGE.NOW A DAY'S MUNICIPAL CHAIRMAN IS ELECTED DIRECTLY BUT THEY DON'T HAVE MAJORITY ,...
sumit kumar  |  Argues in support of  |  2 years ago
No need to elected PM directly. but PM must take their decision independently for country growth.
Ravali  |  Argues in support of  "should not be"  |  2 years ago
No people should not be allowed to elect PM directly. The reason being they are not clear of selecting their minister and other leaders and are not utilizing their voting rights properly. So when they are mature enough to elect their ministers...
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In house recruitment 
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 External recruitment
Suyashi  |  Argues in support of  "External recruitment"  |  1 year ago
Today with the new field of professional opportunity coming up...lot depends on how innovative ,fresh and active staff an organization has...most of the companies /MNCs going for in-house recruitment are either convinced that a long term...
sumit kumar  |  Argues in support of  |  2 years ago
yes organisation must go for in house recruitment because existing employee are much aware about organisation behavior. and process run smoothly
Gargi Sinha  |  Argues in support of  "In house recruitment"  |  2 years ago
Alternatively a large employer may choose to outsource all or some of their recruitment process (recruitment process outsourcing).Organizations may undertake their own in-house recruitment, using their human resources department, front-line...
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ulip 
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Sharad Kiyal  |  Argues in support of  "ulip"  |  1 year ago
Its not that what insurance agents sell but this is new trend in insurance which is in the benefit of the insured. Generally the redemption pressure in ULIP is very less as compared to a mutual fund. So the returns are even better in ULIP after...
Vipin Bhasin  |  Argues in support of  "traditional"  |  2 years ago
According to ULIP products available in market i don't prefer ULIPs than traditional plans. And if we are comparing ULIPs selling then i agree with Mr. Padmanbhan that mis-selling is main reason behind it. ULIPs looks attractive than traditional...
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What do you think in this competitive environment where does we stand? What is the future of Outsourcing Business in INDIA???  What are the threats from China, Singapore, Thailand and other countries...
Kenny Pradeep  |  Answered  |  2 years ago
Not a threat at all. Companies may go for the cheaper ones but the accent and pronunciation of the people from this region is very difficult and hence in longrun India will be the winner.
sumit kumar  |  Answered  |  2 years ago
it is definitely being a part of growth on Indian economy
Deepak Bhargava  |  Answered  |  4 years ago
Hi, You can read the articel on this topc from  Frost Sullivan. http://www.zdnetasia.com/news/business/0,39044229,62028402,00.htm Deepak
 
 
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MUKESH KOTECHA  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  2 years ago
metal price is good in this time so it is best time for stock
sumit kumar  |  Argues in support of  |  2 years ago
as last view of metal stock we can not decide the because of economy failure, now onwards economy move to higher so we definitely pick this metal
Esha Johar  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  2 years ago
I don't think its a good time to pick up metal stocks as past few figures of metal prices in the market doesn't seem to be good. As we can see from the above data, majority of the base metals are trading in low figures.
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