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5 Instant Ways to Earn a Giant Six Figure Salary

There are numerous instant ways to earn a giant six figure salary. This is possible if you look for higher paying jobs. Everyone in this world wishes to earn a good salary. Hence, making your career in that particular field is always wonderful.

ways to earn a giant six figure salary

Here are some higher paying jobs that offer $150,000 or more:

1. Marketing Manager

Marketing Manager
Identifying customers, planning marketing programs and looking after the product development, is generally the job responsibility of a marketing manager.

2. Nurse Anesthetist

nurse anesthetist
A Nurse Anesthetist is the one who looks after a patient recovery from anesthesia. You must have bachelor’s degree in nursing to apply for this job.

3. Orthodontist

Fixing crooked teeth, you can easily make good amount of money. It requires great amount of hard work and studies.

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4. Pediatrician

Pediatrician, however, earn less than surgeons; they need to go through almost same amount of training. Due to its low unemployment rate and high compensation, it is regarded as one of the most preferred jobs.

5. Psychiatrist

Female psychologist making notes during psychological therapy session

As per the U.S. News, jobs in this field are expected to rise by almost 15%. To apply for this job, you will have to complete the studies in a medical school and then the residency program and finally the licensing exam plus board certification.

These jobs can certainly help you grow and earn a good salary.. So, study well and hope for a bright career in the higher paying jobs.


4 बहतरीन करियर ऑप्शंस जिससे आप खूब पैसा कमा सकते है

संसार में ऐसे कईं बहतरीन करियर ऑप्शंस हैं जिनसे आप खूब पैसा कमा सकते है और अमीर भी बन सकते हैं। बस थोड़ी मेहनत और लगन से आप खुद के लिए एक आकर्षक करियर का रास्ता खोल सकते हैं।

4 Killer Career Options for highest salary

निम्नलिखित कुछ ऐसे करियर ऑप्शंस हैं जो आपके जीवन को सफल बना सकते हैं और आपको बहुत धनवान –

१. मैनेजमेंट कंसल्टेंट

मार्केट की समझ और बेझिजक होकर अपनी बात रखने वालो के लिए यह प्रोफेशन बिलकुल सटीक है। बदलते हुए बिजनेस मॉडल्स और पॉलिसीस पर नजर रखना इस पप्रोफेशन में अत्यधिक महत्वपूर्ण है।

२. इन्वेस्टमेंट बैंकर

इस प्रोफेशन में डेटा एनालिसिस, क्लाइंट कंविंसिंग और स्टॉक मार्केट की समझ बहुत जरुरी है। इसके अतिरिक्त आपको इकोनॉमिक सर्वे में हो रहे लेटेस्ट डेवलपमेंट की भी जानकारी होनी अनिवार्य है।

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३. ऑर्थोडॉन्टिस्ट:

इस प्रोफेशन महारत हासिल करने के लिए कड़े परिश्रम की जरुरत है। लोगों के दांत और मसूड़ों की जांच करना, उन पर काम करना तथा उनकी मुस्कान को और भी हसीन बनाना एक बहुत बढ़िया प्रोफेशन है।

४. इंजीनियर:

इंजीनियरिंग में बैचलर डिग्री हासिल करने के बाद आपको बहुत सी जॉब मिल सकती है और वह भी एक हैंडसम सैलरी के साथ।

और भी ऐसे कईं प्रोफेश्न्स है (लेखक, वेब डिजाइनर, सॉफ्टवेयर क्रिएटर, सेल्स एवं मार्केटिंग) जिनकी मदद से आप अपने लिए एक बहतर कल बना सकते है।


Increase in CV Frauds Makes the Background Check More Serious

A number of CV frauds and discrepancies have been observed these days. Thus, the level of screening and background checks has become more stringent.

Increase in CV Frauds

A US-based IT firm approached Auth-Bridge that is a background screening firm.

The US Company wished to get a background check on its CEO in India. The CEO was reported to join the firm six months earlier.

The CEO claimed that he passed his graduation from IIT, BHU and IIM-Ahmedabad.

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But according to his colleagues, he lacked some managerial abilities and also the command over English language was not up to the mark.

AuthBridge then found out that the said CEO provided 7 seven different resumes on various portals and he did no0t graduate from any of the mentioned institutes.

Such discrepancies are increasing rapidly, especially at the senior level. Hence, the HR consultants also make sure that the background check is performed with utmost precision.

According to an executive headhunter, technology makes it very difficult for the candidates to fudge around, but still a number of such frauds are increasingly coming across.

HireRight is another firm that checks the background of the candidates. According to this firm, 22% of the screenings contained a lie during April to June in India.

At one hand, where PM Modi visions to make India the HR capital, on the other hand, such frauds are caught.

Thus, the stringent screenings have become essential.


How to Boost the Team Morale Even After a Setback

When your business is in the booming period, the intrinsic morale of employees usually soars automatically. Also, everyone seems to be basking in the company’s success, by getting bonuses and hiring assistants to strengthen their team even more. On the contrary, a bad news for the company makes the employees disheartened. At that point of time, it is the responsibility of the company’s owner and the team leader to guide and assure the team mates that ‘we have the capability to lead the company through this rough patch’.

Through such motivation and guidance, your employees can fight bravely with the severe downturns or legal setbacks. According to a senior consultant in a professional HR recruitment consultancy, a team leader or company owner must keep some factors in mind, such as the ones mentioned below, to build up their team morale and work towards productivity:

1. Keep the Communication ‘On’

During a setback, it is very critical to keep the communication channels open. Your employees might get the information, either through social media or between secret talks among certain team mates. So, to make sure that your employees are aware with the correct information, it is important that you keep communicating the issues with your team/employees.

2. Set up Guidelines

At the time of crisis, you team will look up to for your guidance. Hence, tell them what you expect from them and set up guideless for everyone. This would direct the team and head them towards assured results. With this, you will slowly accomplish the amount of discipline portrayed by your team in such adverse situation.

3. Keep Emphasizing on Positives

A manager or a team leader must make sure that he/she pin-points the positive results that their team might have done earlier. Motivating the team by reminding them their earlier successes is a great idea to inspire and promote zeal in the employees to come up with the same successful results once more, to get out of the setback.

4. Set Course of Action

Once it is identified that what are the main causes of the setback, the team must be prepared to work on the planned course of action. This will help in sustaining in the bad times of the company. The planned course of action must be appropriately shared amongst the varied teams and also a relevant training session must be initiated.

5. Lead and Inspire

Lead your team and inspire them with your deeds. Simply uttering motivational words will not help significantly. You need to show the team that you are here to support them, not as a boss, but as a colleague. Break the barriers of hierarchy and join the team. Remember, you cannot expect your team to fight your battle alone. You also need to stand by their side.

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Parting Thoughts

There is no single best way to boost the employee morale and pull out your organization from the tough situations. Some employees will easily manage in these circumstances, while some will continuously complain about one or other thing. Hence, it is your responsibility to customize your behavior and guide the team in the most effective manner.

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6 Risky Activities Are a Big No-No While You Are Fired

It has been researched that an individual (while being fired) unknowingly performs various activities that are not acceptable in the corporate world. This feeling is the most gut-wrenching feelings, thus most of the employees do not accept it easily. Few get disheartened and lose the hope of moving forward in future. But, as ups and downs are a part of human life. Thus, an individual must keep in mind certain things, to hope for a new beginning and avoid previous mistakes.

6 Risky Activities While You Are Fired

Some of the activities that must be avoided by any employee who has been fired are:

1. Taking It Personally

You must never take the firing decision as personal. Sometimes it happens that a company fires an employee, not because they have problem with the work quality of the employee, but due to the company’s motto to downsize. Hence, do not take such issues personally.

2. Being Unprofessional

In a professional environment, it is very important to maintain your dignity and composure. If the issues are not related to your work, then it might certainly happen that you may take those issues on the personal affront. But, whatever be the case, you need to understand the limits of a professional space.

3. Stress for Future

If you are fired for any reason, just make sure that you do not over-stress yourself or panic. If you will panic about the situation, there are chances that you might commit something wrong. You just need to be relaxed, as a disturbed mind can never think about a constructive solution to the problem.

4. Vent Frustrations on Email

This is one of the most seen reactions from the employees. The employees usually vent their frustration via email and tell the whole world about the injustice made with them. Inspite of the fact that what you say is right, but it is actually not professional in the corporate world. It may blacklist you in the industry and spoil for future chances to move forward in life.

5. Non-Acceptance

As mentioned above, most of the employees do not accept the firing decision so easily. This only leads to frustration and stress. Thus, it is imperative to accept the decision, as the sooner you will accept it, the sooner you will move forward and unlock other opportunities waiting for you.

6. Wasting the Notice Period

Besides feeling sorry for yourself or getting disheartened, it is important that you utilize the notice period given to you for finding another job and developing your skills. In some cases, where the employees are asked to leave immediately, they are asked to work from home on the company’s payroll or provided with severance packages. So, it is your responsibility to use this time effectively.

Tip to Remember

Whatever phase you are going through at your workplace, just make sure to be strong at all points of time. It can be a bit difficult, but it is not impossible. This will help you stay motivated and confident enough while such incidences of firing.

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India Inc Begins New HR Mission to Avoid Gender Bias

To eliminate the gender bias, India Inc is set to begin new HR mission. It has been observed that at the workplace, leaders and managers do not wish women to be on the leadership position, due to an unconscious bias. Unconsciously, many managers avoid recruiting women at the top positions.

New HR Mission to Avoid Gender Bias

Hence to avoid such bias from the corporate culture, Genpact along with its business leaders, conducted 2 pilots, in order to aware them about the unconscious bias.

The head of global HR, Genpact says that different managers have different abilities to grow at the workplace and retain women employees. This can be due to unsupportive ecosystems for women, lack of a diverse talent pool or due to the unconscious bias, which is basically a hidden bias against minority groups.

Google uses a bias-busting check-list at the time of performance reviews. This encourages the managers to judge their own biases.

Beyond active training, the organizations are constantly striving to correct the actions and behaviors at the workplace, in order to look gender neutral.

It is a very well-known fact that the businesses which have a higher percentage of women employees at the leadership level, grow rapidly in comparison to those which retain fewer or no women at the top.

FMCG major PepsiCo had a campaign named Mind Bugs. This campaign talked about perspectives on gender stereotypes.

According to Pavitra Singh, the head of organizational capability at PepsiCo India, the company has tried tpo create awareness about this unconscious bias through ‘nukkad natak’ that described certain situations in the routine work life at various office locations, (including Raahgiri) across the country.

The company organizes workshops for gender intelligence that are aimed at sensitizing both men and women. Such types of workshops help in bringing out the cognizance of having a gender-balanced firm. Further, the company also runs various in-house workshops on building leadership skills among the team leaders and managers and various core skills among all the employees.

The VP – human resources at Welspun Group, Mr. Sandip Grover said that in its stitching centres and textile houses, men had to be sensitized against the usage of abusive language. The company addressed such biases with the help of effective training modules that were conducted in the form of role play.


5 Perilous Time Management Mistakes to Avoid Just Now

Time is money, but for some employees who do not understand the outcome of Time Management Mistakes; this proverb definitely has no worth at all. Many a times, it has been observed that in an effort to do everything, the employees often end up doing nothing. The major reason for this is poor management of time. Due to this, the employees neither focus on their current projects, nor do they succeed in hitting the deadlines. But where you are going wrong, is a major concern. A majority proportion of the employees usually do not realize what blunders, they are doing. Hence, to give you a clear idea, 5 major mistakes are mentioned below that employees generally commit in their daily work life:

5 Time Management Mistakes to Avoid

1. No Aims, Targets and Goals

Having no aims, targets or goals set up for the day may not help you move towards the future that you desire. If you wish to perform exceptionally at your workplace and prove your worth, it is necessary that you have a planned schedule of the targets to achieve per day. To accomplish this, you can make a to-do list that will describe your daily work and the time allotted to each activity.

2. Failing to Prioritize Tasks

Failing to prioritize your work tasks means you might slip off some of the most important work from your radar, i.e. you might forget to complete the most prioritized task. Hence, while setting the daily targets or making a to-do list, make sure that you allocate the most important tasks at the top, i.e. the tasks must be arranged in the decreasing order of priority. By implementing this, you will surely witness a difference in your daily output.

3. Wrong Allocation of Time to Projects

It is one of the most common mistakes. Sometimes, you feel that a particular task would take just 5 minutes to complete. However, when you actually start working on it, it eats up your half an hour. Hence, the time allocated for other projects automatically gets affected. This destroys your whole time management plans. So, it is advisable to estimate the correct time and then start the time allocation for each project.

4. Inability to Manage Distractions

While working distractions may come from any direction or corner of the workplace. You might find the gossip going on in the near-by cabin, as very interesting or the pleasant weather outside might distract you. Basically the distraction can be anything. Hence, it is wise to work in a closed environment. Shut off all the unnecessary devices and applications, and try to stay away from your personal accounts in social networking sites.

5. Skipping Breaks

Whatever be the pressure of work, do not over exert your brain. Your brain is not a machine; it requires small breaks to refresh. So, continuously working and not taking any breaks, can affect your productivity. Manage your time in a way that offers you minimum 5 to 10 minutes relax time, so that the rest of the time you can work with full dedication.


While you are at your workplace, every single second is counted for judging your efficiency. Hence, it is necessary to manage every second, every minute of your time to provide considerable results to the organization as well as pave way for your future growth in the organization.

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Translate the HR policies to make it easily comprehensible for the employees

'When I said, throw him out, I didn't mean it literally.'

‘When I said, throw him out, I didn’t mean it literally.’

Globalization has blurred the boundaries when it comes to the success and competitiveness of the organization embracing the concept of diversity. Diversity encapsulates the different gender, race, ethnic group, personality, experience, education background, language and many more. Diversity influences the perception of the people for each other affecting the way they will interact with each other. So to establish proper relationship amongst the employees it is the job of the HR professionals to blend the assortment effectively.

HR industry has long evolved from being just the employee database manager and personnel administrator. It plays an integral part in business functioning. One such role of an HR is to maintain employee relations. They are responsible to bind the different communities, ethnic groups, gender, and race in one string. Language barrier is one of the important aspects in this context to look after. Though an employee speaking a different language from what is used in the organization is made to sit in a training session; however, it might be a little time consuming for the employees to imbibe the language faster. Also, organizations are crossing boundaries for expansion. Acquiring the language of the place will help them to communicate well with the natives, thus saving on the training cost.

Translation will undoubtedly be another well-thought approach, to help employees know the organization better. The employees, for instance, the worker class will be comfortable in communicating in their native language. Translation will help in flawless communications among all categories of employees shattering the language barriers. In this regard, translating the HR policies in the native language at least is first and foremost essential to make it available to all employees without keeping an ounce of ambiguity.

The translation industry is one of the old players in the market and it has grown with the evolution of technology. The translation growth can also be attributed to this diversity in the workplace. To align the goal and objectives of each and every employee to that of the organization, an employee needs to be thorough with the policies, rules and agendas surrounding the organization. Hence, the HR needs to see that the HR policies and guidelines are translated to the most prevalent language of the area to avoid any kind of misunderstanding among the employees. In this way, handling grievance and employee issues will be easier. If even a single policy is misinterpreted then it might brew unnecessary tension within the organization. The multinationals which abide by the ‘only-English’ employee policies might run into compliance issues. It will be clear from the following example. The supervisor of an Organization was indicted for sexual harassment; however, the organization claimed that it was not responsible as it took “reasonable care” to prevent this kind of situation as outlined in its HR policies. According to the firm, the employee did not take account of the protection policies laid down by the employer. This case was dismissed on the ground that the HR policies were documented in English while the professed victim spoke only Spanish. A well-published sexual harassment policy is one of the effective defenses employees can use regarding such cases. However, if the employees don’t understand the policies then it will be tough for the employers to carry on with the proceedings.

This kind of issues, where ambiguity is due to the language, is common. A lot of time, money, and legal effort go behind these cases which could have been solved just by translating the policies. Here comes the importance of HR. Starting from the onboarding policy, the leave policy, salary and benefits to the workplace ethics and guidelines; every single document should be conveyed in the native language apart from English. Thus with the help of a translator, HR will be able to combat the following workplace challenges:

• Communication: Futile communication results in unnecessary confusion, lack of team-spirit and low productivity in the workplace. To shun the language barriers, the cost-effective approach will be to translate the policies in the easy to understand the language of the region.

• Inculcating change effectively: It will be easy to plant the seeds of the change if the same is done in the most common language of the location across all categories of the workers.

• Managing diversity in the workplace efficiently: Training is alone not sufficient; to hold the place among the people of the area you need to be one of them that is best done by getting accustomed to the language.

Therefore, English definitely reigns high when it comes to communication at the workplace, however, making a way for the local dialect helps to connect with the employees better.

Author’s Bio:

Agniva Banerjee is a writer by profession. She likes curating informative articles and blogs on diverse areas that provides a good read. This article particularly speaks about benefits of the job alert services that have made job hunting easier. Hope this enlightens the job seeker and helps them to understand how to make use of the service effectively.

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PM Modi Visions to Make India, the World’s HR Capital

At the ‘Skill India’ launch, PM Modi said that India should evolve as the HR (human resource) capital of the world. The mission of Skill India basically aims at providing vocational training to youth across the country.

He says that just as China is the manufacturing factory of the world, in the same way, India has the potential to become the human resource capital of the world.

the World's HR Capital

He further adds that the entire world needs skilled people. Hence, a huge market of job is available. So, India must map such needs and train the youth accordingly. India has the potential and expertise to provide a skilled workforce of about 4 to 5 crore, if the countrymen are provided with dynamic training in skills.

The prime minister says that this programme is a war against poverty, as training shall be provided to the poor lot. This way the poor individuals would be trained in specific skills and prove to be gems for the country. He further says that this programme is not just limited to skill training; rather it involves entrepreneurship.

In line with the rapid changing world and technology, the countrymen need to have futuristic vision, so as to plan for the next 10 years. He also understands the need for regular interaction between technology and industry experts.

Observing several developed nations which are abound of wealth, but lack in human resources, he says that in the near future, India will be the only country that may cater to this type of requirement if proper training for skills is provided here.

He also puts light on the training institutes in India that need to be dynamic. Indian citizen ns have huge capabilities and since centuries, this has been recognized world-over. So, to regain such expertise, training for skills holds utmost importance.

According to him, after the Indian IITs, its now the time for Indian ITIs (Industrial Training Institutes) to prove their worth globally.

The event saw a number of Union ministers including the defence minister Manohar Parrikar and the finance minister Arun Jaitley as well as chief ministers. Senior industry leaders and various foreign dignitaries were among the invitees.