Monthly Archive:: May 2008

Entering dates quickly, without having to use delimiters to separate month, day, and year.

nter only the “day” part of the date and complete it by using the DATE, YEAR, TODAY, and MONTH functions in the following formula: =DATE(YEAR(TODAY()),MONTH(TODAY()),A2) Thus, on entering “5”, the formula will automatically create a date representing the 5th of the current month in the current year. Solution 2: Enter the entire date, without

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Employee engagement

Employee engagement From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Employee engagement is a concept that is generally viewed as managing discretionary effort, that is, when employees have choices, they will act in a way that furthers their organization’s interests. Engaged employees feel a strong emotional bond to the organization that employs them. (Robinson) This is associated

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Incorporating Employee Engagement into the Business Strategy of Employee Retention

Incorporating Employee Engagement into the Business Strategy of Employee Retention By Bill Erickson, Vice Chairman – Kenexa Employee retention continues to remain a top priority at many organizations and one that companies increasingly view as a driver of business strategy. Business-critical knowledge can walk out the door when an employee leaves the company. While

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resignation Format

RESIGNATION: From: Name Company name Kolkata February 29, 2008 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Subject: Letter of Resignation. I, Mr. Name, would like to tender my resignation from my position in (company) on February 29, 2008. I am making this decision due to certain unavoidable circumstances that have come my way. I am truly

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