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W hat kind of employees are companies looking for today? Is corporate grooming and etiquettes equally important to qualification?

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Asked by Prerna, 18 Aug '09 01:08 pm
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To have a job is different from making a successful career in the corporate world. To explore any career opportunity one needs to have the required skill sets for the job, followed by communication skills, analytical and problem solving skills, and last but not the least, corporate grooming. On the other hand, a candidate needs to be hardworking, very high on ethics, persistent, result oriented and should have high level of Emotional Quotient (EQ) to be successful in the corporate world. With these qualities a person is bound to make a mark wherever at work. To read more about this please log on to this link, thanks.
http://www.timesascent.in/article/39/2009080720090807110 1413755f3eca37/Are-you-ready-for-the-job.html
Answered by adnan jariwala, 18 Aug '09 01:59 pm

 
  
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Yes, corporates are looking for clear thinking , common sense oriented and knowledgeable employees. Etiquette, according to Minocher Patel, is 80 per cent attitude and 20 per cent skill. In my experience, everyone is open to learning, but the vast majority, has not been taught, he says, observing that it is an unfortunate casualty in the scramble for academic excellence. This can have a direct impact on a persons self-confidence. Hence etiquette are equally important as academic qualifications and flair for learning.
Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 18 Aug '09 01:23 pm

 
  
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Answered by N M Panicker, 18 Aug '09 01:11 pm

 
  
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