View Poll Results: Have you ever thought about changing your career?
Strongly; and Changed it! 48 17.71%
Thinking strongly to change it! 95 35.06%
Sometimes... 84 31.00%
No! 44 16.24%
Voters: 271. You may not vote on this poll

K C S Kutty
Labour Laws
Niraj.bharadwaj
Hr Executive
Sathyanadh
Administration, Coordination
+2 Others

Thread Started by #Mammu007

Dear Cite HR members,

The attached document “Career Management Guide” is a career guidance issued among the government employees in South Australia. It provides an A to Z guidance to your career with the help of Charts, Examples, Illustrations etc…

From top to bottom, each and every page should be given equal importance. Only few notes are related to their government law.

The illustrations in this book give live to this book. Enjoy reading it and keep it as a guide with you.

Important Note: The attached document is produced and published by the Office of the Commissioner for Public Employment, South Australia is copy right protected, not to be sold.
Regards,
Mammu:icon10:
http://msadique.tripod.com
4th November 2009 From Djibouti

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If the downloaders put a thanks..... other members will miss the thread!:-P Be practical. All members should get the guide, I hope. Regards, Mammu:icon10:
5th November 2009 From Djibouti
Thanks Mammu, It’s something useful you posted this time. As you made it as poll thread, people forget your useful guide you attached. Very useful guide it is! I agree. Sathya
5th November 2009 From Djibouti
hai,
let me introduce myself., i am ram planning to do my masters in human resourse or hospitality related programs abroad. So i am in need of s.o.p for the both courses. please help me out in this regard by providing me a s.o.p
regards,
Ram (+919842274079


6th November 2009 From India, Bangalore
Thank you very much for all of your comments. See the result of poll too. We understand how people think about changing their career.
Before changing or insisting your career, please read the guide once. It will really help you to proceed with.
With regards,
Mammu
M Sadique
6th November 2009 From Djibouti
Mammu, your poll here shows something very clear. You conduct this poll in Human Resource site; So,
1. The people who changed their career would be those who changed to H R.
2. Those who want to change their Career would be those who want to change it in to H R.
3. "Sometimes" people would be those who doesnt have any clear idea.
4. "No" people would be already in HR and they never want to change.
By the way, I saw your new pictures in website. Looks nice. What fonts you have used in writing your message in your picture? It looks nice even it took few minutes to read it though.
Keep your efforts useful to others.....
Your loving friend, Sathya.
8th November 2009 From Djibouti
Thanks to all who participated in this poll.

The 'findings' of Sathyanadh should be correct to some extend because we are conducting this poll among cite HR members only. Mostly, HR related people are the members in this site.

But the result No: 3, I personally donít agree. There might be many reasons.

I like your signature, Sathya.

Yes, I have changed my pictures, and 'season quotes' in my site. The font I used to write my message is something like 'Santo 1700'. I normally use this font for graphic designing. (It will not be useful in MS Office applications).

All other readers please have a look to: M Sadique and comment.

Regards,

Mammu:icon10:
9th November 2009 From Djibouti
Dear K Rama,
Please visit: SOP
Anyone who is looking for STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE (SOP) in HUMAN RESOURCE, the above said site will help a lot.
(Dear all, Please dont ask me advices. I am not a consultant. I have a lot to go ahead in my life. I am 36 years young: My Resume)
Thanks to all others who participated in this poll.
With regards,
Mammu8-)
10th November 2009 From Djibouti
The attached guide is not a "useful one" or "interesting subject" to an ordinary Indian U P School teacher. This guide is for those who seeks constant improvement and changes in their career life.
Anyway, we can forward your comment to South Australian office of the Public Service Administration executives who prepared this Guide.
(You may wonder how I know you are an ordinary Indian School Teacher! That's why I reach where I am now)
Mammu:icon10:
12th November 2009 From Djibouti
Mammu,
I almost finish half of the guide within last 4-5 days. I feel sorry that why I didnt get this as soon I begin to search a job. We are very late and far behind in our career development.
Hey, how you got the occupation of Mr. Joshua??
Sathya
12th November 2009 From Djibouti
I am sorry to tell you that I just read around 15-17 pages so far from this guide. (I note down some important lines from there). Anyhow I dont have nothing to do with it in my present job location.
Regarding Mr. Joshua...it is simple, go to his all posts (only 3 are there!)
Dear other members, whoever didnt participate in the poll, please participate to get a picture of the mentality of HR Professionals.
Regards,
Mammu:icon10:
12th November 2009 From Djibouti
Dear All,
I have keenly followed your discussions and various thoughts evinced by numerous HR specialists.
I work in an IT Infotech Product Co in Mumbai and have a vacancy for a Senior HR Executive/ Manager with 3 to 4 yrs as a Generalist.
Presently the screening process is on and we are getting numerous candidates for the same but yet to shortlist one for the Final interview.
CVs of interested HR personnel can be sent at ,or, . Website is: sds.co.in
I further request all HR Managers specially located at Hyderabad to give opportunity to a needy lady Mrs Amulya who's husband (working with M&M) met with a serious road accident and is now under treatment but is fully paralyzed neck down.
The Lady is an MBA(Fin) with over 5 yrs experience . I am attaching her CV for your reference (which contains her contact details too).
Warn Regards
Neeraj
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16th November 2009 From India, Mumbai

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Quite Interesting & useful . It definitely helps to find out the Real Potential of the candidate that can be utilized on positive avenues. Thanks for sharing Regards Pawan
18th November 2009 From India, Delhi
Dear Neeraj,
I had passed Amulya'd details to one of mine close friend who also hails from Hyderabad. His good name is Vidyanath Astakala. He assured me for helping Amulya to the extent possible, as he has few friends working in repute organization in Hyderbad.
Hope for the Best & Sincere wishes for earliest recovery of Amulya's Husband.
Regards
Pawan

18th November 2009 From India, Delhi
Thanks to all who vote in this poll also. The poll will be closed on 19-11-2009. Those who didnt commit their vote, please do it now.
Regards,
M Sadique
18th November 2009 From Djibouti
You may remove the following lines from your posts.
May not give a positive message, at least to that 20% and many more
KCS Kutty
Presently busy in termination process of 20% employees from our company; preparing their documents and final settlements. But not too busy to participate in Cite HR discussions
18th November 2009 From India, Madras
Kutty... We have to do this. Left with no choices. Anyway, only 3 Indians are included in the list. The process is almost finised.
People should know what taking place around.
Regards,
M Sadique
18th November 2009 From Djibouti
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