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INDIAN1900
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Re: Cellular Group Layoffs
INDIAN1900   11/16/2014 9:28:18 AM
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'Bossism' was taken over from Britishers who ruled and controlled INDIA in early days......

Well, it was taken over by rich or dominating INDIANs since then...

Its hard to think about it this way?... These are the after INDIA's Independance effects prevailing and dominating in INDIA rooting into AMERICAN Companies... Hard to Believe?? Believe it...

 

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zeeglen   11/4/2014 10:08:28 AM
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@INDIAN1900 Bossism

'Bossism' - what a descriptive word!  Maybe Scott Adams can use this.

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Re: Cellular Group Layoffs
David Ashton   11/4/2014 9:51:25 AM
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Funny, this sounds just like my employer's management in Australia... :-)

INDIAN1900
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Re: Cellular Group Layoffs
INDIAN1900   11/4/2014 9:17:32 AM
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BROADCOMM-

INDIA is good for Marketing and Producting purpose only meaning...

You should have only stores to sell products, factories to manufacture basic needs..

If you did something wrong other than this, be ready for your sell out

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Re: Cellular Group Layoffs
INDIAN1900   11/4/2014 9:07:59 AM
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Firstly in INDIA, there is no meaning to 'Management' in many of the Fortune500 Companies , hardly anybody understands what is managing the team/projects at work. Managers who are hired as experienced demonstrate extreme aggresivness in dealing with lower grade workers, as it is India where rules go under ones shoes. UK, USA and other nationality Companies invest millions of dollars to build there firm in India with Indians who are planning for their next 'company-jump' for salary hikes.

MAIN PROBLEM:

-Once the Manager designation is given to an Indian - he is uncontrollable and becomes very difficult to approach for his colleagues, whereas he will work as a Slave for his Foreign Boss, which makes others to hate him from inside. But as an employee no one raises his or her voice. In India, nobody dares to speak to his boss, as they are afraid of their life and anything can happen.

-Outsourcing Indians overseas is another major drawback and downfall of the companies future. Because they carry the same attitude and character within them.

- Outsourcing Indians OR Hiring Indian Workers from Indian Service Companies is another major drawback. They transfer the confidential information from the Parent Company to other Company's Competitors.

-BROADCOMM could have been at its top, it has 1000 ways to make it happen again  ELSE can sell themselves in the near future, as employees might already be quitting as job security.

 

 

 

 

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Re: Cellular Group Layoffs
INDIAN1900   11/2/2014 10:28:07 PM
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SOME OF THE MANAGERS JUSt Thought THEY ARE SMART to BE A MANAGER; BECAUSE THEY Topped in their UNiversity and did not know that they just need work.. Bossism and crooked minded Managers are spoiling Buisnessess and STUPID Foreign Citizens always get fooled from Indian Managers crap emotions.. OPEN A RESEARCh CENTER TO LEARN INDIAN WORKING MINDS in COMPANIES... 

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Cellular Group Layoffs
AnnaUniv1   10/7/2013 5:12:55 PM
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Upto 20% across all disciplines in cellular too! Due to pure business reasons not related to individual performance.



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