Wednesday, 13 July 2011


 ".........................I believe that being vegetarian is an ethical idea to aspire for in our spoilt-for-choice world of today, I would be so na├»ve as to deny the debt we owe to our hunter gatherer ancestors whose hunting abilities lay the foundation of our various physical abilities… Like binocular vision for instance, just as good for cruising at a 100kmph today as it was for judging how hard to throw a spear at our prey thousands of years ago. Or our large brains that found space to grow once we stopped needing the big strong jaw muscles for chewing stringy plant matter like gorillas and our vegetarian ancestors… So we undeniably owe the shape of our selves and our civilisation to our hunter-ancestors........." 
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The Human Factor

Technology has Swept across all of HR; Services are now a click away and yet The Human Factor is Maintained, finds out T. Bakshi
Issue Date - 01/05/2011

 "Being in the midst of business of HR for the last decade, I have seen various organisations nurture a vision to grow and prosper, but in the process they often fail to set the pace and foundation right. What plays an instrumental role in the growth is the quality of manpower, which in turn, fuels the corporate machinery. Needless to mention, HR is one of the most crucial and indispensable pillars in an organisation which can actively contribute towards achieving these desired results. But without embracing technology in today’s world of HR, there cannot be required accelerations. ......."
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