This information is a brief review of my experience as a manager of employing handicapped in the workplace. Hiring handicapped people in the work place is obviously the right thing to do from a society standpoint but is there real benefits in hiring those people who do not have full physical capabilities. I managed a large factory for a large multinational company in Malaysia in the 90’s. I had many challenges but one was the limited number of people available for employment.
"Unleash the potential of your employees Find ways to connect your employees broader aspirations, look for something bigger than the business. A mission that captures the imagination of your employees.” Jeff Van Duzer “The reason people come to work for GE, they want to be apart of something bigger than themselves, they want to work for a company that makes a difference, a company that is doing great things in the world.” Jeff Immelt, General Electric, CEO "In my life, other
Essential to any business is communication. At the most basic level, communication between the business and the customer is needed. Most businesses, however, require a great deal more communication than that, having suppliers, employees, etc. While there are many mutually important aspects of running a business (management, finance and accounting, marketing…), communication is essential to them all. And we all know that communication takes place in several ways, verbal and no
Many are asking, “If I desire to purse stewardship business where do I begin?” While there are many steps to the process, the following are foundational first steps to equip yourself for creating stewardship business. These steps are not necessarily in order, as many of them can and should be done simultaneously. Each of these steps should be started and accomplished with a missional attitude.
1. Pray, Pray, Pray This step is listed first, not just because it is the mos
ASEAN is represented from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and this organization was established on 8 August 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand. At that time, this this organization was operated by four countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. Additional countries attended ASEAN such as Brunei Darussalam (1984), Vietnam (1995) Lao PDR (1997), Myanmar (1997) and Cambodia (1999). The ASEAN’s agreements focus on the cooperation in among of the
“One of the greatest success stories of the last thirty years is the explosion of micro-loans. Millions of desperately poor people have received tiny loans of $75, $200, or $500 so they could start small business and thus provide a better living for their families. We now know that micro-loans produce stunning transformation in poor communities.” Dr. Ron Sider “By spending less on ourselves, we can transform the lives of neighbors who will die unless we care.” Dr. Ron Sider “