Tuesday, 21 July 2015

What to measure when promoting employee from one to other position?

Many employee work hard for their organisations would like to see promotion in their career life unlike me who is contributing intellect to enlighten others worlds and inspire others thoughts. Employer needs to consider many factors (what most employer do not follow) while promoting an employee within organisation. I understand some employees and employers may find a bitter taste on my writings as it is solely intended for them.
Most employer promote employee by the basis of nepotism. Some employees are not even given any chance to learning and career development or given any encouragement to learning and development by superiors or to whom it may concern. Some employees are not even aware of their rights as they are not given any information or they are not being given any clear instruction and guideline about information within organisation. For lack of information and guideline many employees are bound to buy third party products like labour union by monthly instalment which is also promoted by the employer within organisation. Don't want to go in details on what and where is the wrong as it is completely different topic.
Sometimes, I feel you have to pay for your rights even though it is already exists in the company's policy or department of work and pension's policy for free.
When employer promoting an employee within organisation employer should consider the followings:
  • Employer must have impartial judgement
  • Inform or advert about vacancy within organisation and        in public
  • Encourage all suitable employee to apply
  • Welcome application from any employee
  • Invite all candidates for open interview (verbal and written)
  • Ask each candidate verbal question in front of other candidate (set of verbal and written questions for each candidate must be prepared)
  • Record entire interview process
  • Publish result and issue letter for unsuccessful candidates as well
There are other things to consider apart from merit skills such as experiences, relationship to other colleagues, conducts, attendance report and communications. Academic qualifications are not very vital to consider. Remember, 5 years of freshly university graduation is equivalent to 2 years of work experiences in relevant field.
-------- Foisal Talukdar

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Economy for Public: 'Country's Debt' Why currency rate changes?

In general, people do not like to talk or think about economy. They think it is very intricate subject and they do not have such intellect to understand it. For someone, buying a pack of bread by 0.50 pence/cents proves them economy is running very well. They think it is something concerned to a middle aged bald economist or bankers or government who should worry about it. That notion is not true. It is concerned to us all.

Who doesn’t like to get high exchange rate for their currency while they are on holiday? Yet everyone loves to. Is it something you deserve to get? Is it something your country earned through financial status on global economy? The answer is ‘Yes’ to all. How does your currency value fluctuate? Is it something you should worry about? Is it something we can change? The answer is ‘Yes, indeed’. Currency value fluctuates because of country’s financial status over global economy. And country’s financial status depends on contribution to the world’s economy and community. There is a credit scoring system of country’s financial status on global economy like every individual we have.
How does currency value fluctuates? What does affect a country’s financial status over global economy? What factors involve?

There are many factors responsible to change a country’s financial status in global economy. Among them most important are: 
  • ·      Government’s Debt (Country’s Debt)
  • ·    Country’s productivity and demand in the global market (ratio of exporting goods and importing goods)
  • ·      Employment and unemployment ratio
  • ·      Government’s spending and Budgets
Government’s debt actually is borrowing money to fulfil government’s spending or budget when country’s income doesn’t meet to fulfil its needs. Debt is one of the worst things for economical downturn. As you know, interest has to pay on all debt which makes Government to borrow more to cope with budgets and spending when country’s income is not enough to meet its needs and interest for debt. A country will remain indebted forever unless a country’s income increases by quarter, double or triple the figure of interests after meeting their budget needs (in this case less spending and smaller budget is a factor as well). Demonstration is shown below by pictograph: 

Economy for Public

How can you contribute positively to your economy?

In order to contribute more effectively to the economy people need to be honest and need to have understanding which factors are in their hands to influence. You are all already contributing to your economy somehow, such as consuming or being employed. There is more effective way to contribute. First of all, what demand do you all pose in the economy? The demand you pose in the economy influences the most of the factors. Easy to think like that ‘how much do you need'? What do you need? Where it comes from? Budget and exporting and importing goods ratio varies depending on your demand. Posing demand on home-grown goods always contribute positive for your economy which encourages more productivity.

What should you do to save your economy?
  • ·         Be honest
  •           Employed 
  •           Pose moderate demand
  •           Buy home-grown product
  •           Less demand on importing goods
  •           Pay Tax on your all income (above personal allowance)
  •           Pay for goods and services by card

One of the very important roles you can play by declining to pay cash for any goods and services. Author Foisal Talukdar’s spy observation revealed 40% of the businesses do not declare the actual selling margin and profits to avoid tax. Tax avoidance makes the economy weaker as country’s income decreases. To fight against tax avoidance all you should pay by card for any goods and services.
All your understanding and efforts will go vain if you do not have an honest and conscious Government and its administration. Many governments and its administrations and prudent societies publicized the term ‘recession’ so fiercely last few years that many businesses collapse due to consumers frightened and stop spending. It should have handled more tactfully.

In terms of Economy we are dependent on each other.  Your single efforts can change a little dot. But entire nation’s unified efforts can draw a line. 

N.B - If you have any comments or question please contribute it here. I will be more than happy to interact and reply.                                                                        

Thursday, 17 July 2014

Things to see in Gran Canaria

Playa de Amadores.Fotos Aéreas "Costa turística de Mogán" Gran Canaria Islas Canarias
Gran Canaria is a very charming island which is laid at the heart of the Canary archipelago. Gran Canaria is known as a ‘miniature continent’ because of its varied landscape. Desserts, mountains, lush subtropical forests, vineyard and banana plantations are all includes in its mesmerizing beauty. Las Palmas, a cosmopolitan city decorated with beautiful old buildings is known as capital of Canaria. 
Gran Canaria , unterwegs in Teror , 3-68/1941
Wild West like Town Teror
There are several things you should not miss to see while you are there. They are:
  • Telde: Telde is a municipal city nearby Cuarto Puertas. Telde has above 100 archaeological sites. So, many things can learn from local historian.
  • Teror: Teror is a small town with lovely wide streets lined with colonial house. Important site in the town is 18th century’s jewelled shrine, Gothic tower and Bishop’s Palace.
  • Aldea Valley: This place is photogenic. Spectacular east coast views can capture in your camera. Don’t forget to take your camera with you if you visit this place.
  • Galdar: This place is a historic site. Fascinating painted cave and ancient pictograph can observe from long lost Guanche civilization.
  • Ingenio: This is the oldest village on island full of Guanche artefacts and old farm tools and rocks that used in that time.

Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Things to see in Fuerteventura

La Pared, Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is the second largest island of the Canary Islands. The island stretches over 100 km in length. Its mother country Africa is just 90km (56 miles) away to the east. It has got most glorious beaches and miles and miles of lovely, soft sand which attracts 2 million tourists a year. It gets windy at times but for windsurfer it is the ideal place to be. The island is divided into two. Northern two-third is The Bulbous with its historic sites and national park of dunes and wildlife, and Jandia in the south resides with its famous beach resorts and volcanic mountainous landscapes. There are many things to see in Lanzarote, but among them don’t miss:
  • National Underwater Park: Finest Submarine Park. 
  • Valley of Palms: Surrounded by oasis with ancient buildings.
  • Pajara Parish Church: Located in small, pretty village of Pajara. The Church is famous for its charming interior with beautifully painted design.
  • Jandia Mountain: It is the highest point on the island. Magnificent view over island can oversee. 
  • La Oliva: The fascinating town where history has been framed with its 18th  century colonial buildings.
  • Dunes National Park: The Park is vast desert like mini Sahara of undulating white sand dunes. It is also nature reserve for several species of rare birds.
Getting There: Most of the international visitors arrive in Los Estancas International Airport via Spanish mainland. From airport you can hire car or use ferry service. Click highlighted link to find cheap flights to Fuerteventura.