Candidates poor at doing job deals

first_imgCandidates poor at doing job dealsOn 16 Oct 2001 in Personnel Today Most-job seekers in the US are uncomfortable and naive when it comes tonegotiating employment terms, according to a poll by the Society of HumanRes-ource Management. Only a third of candidates feel comfortable with discussing benefits – incontrast to personnel’s feelings about the process. Over two-thirds of the 641HR professionals surveyed are very comfortable with the process. SHRM president Helen Drinan said, “Many job-seekers are understandablynervous about the negotiation process, but it is important that both thecandidate and the organisation go into it with confidence, and have a clearunderstanding of what they want and what they are willing to concede. “It is a chance to begin cultivating the professional relationship intoone that meets the needs of the employer and employee.” Salary is the key benefit open for negotiation, but nearly 80 per cent of HRprofessionals also cite relocation costs and time off as important areas. The survey also shows that many of the 660 candidates did not plan for thefuture. Nine out of 10 do not negotiate a golden parachute – benefits aftercontract termination – and over 80 per cent do not seek planned salary Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

ICC World Cup Cheteshwar Pujara explains reason for Karthik and Vijay’s World Cup inclusion

first_img New Delhi : The selection of Dinesh Karthik and Vijay Shankar in places of Rishabh Pant and Ambati Rayudu, respectively for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 has ticked a big debate in India. While Karthik pipped the young Pant even after getting overlooked for India’s last ODI series against Australia at home, Vijay got the nod ahead of Rayudu as the side’s No.4 batsman for the premier event.For both Pant and Rayudu, their current keeping and batting forms, respectively, went against their selection. Karthik and Vijay, however, are having a quiet Indian Premier League (IPL) this season, prompting many to question their selection for the ICC mega event. highlights India will play its first game against South Africa on June 5. Ambati Rayudu and Rishabh Pant excluded from India World Cup squad. Cheteshwar Pujara believes Karthik’s experience will come handy during World Cup.  However, ace Test batsman Cheteshwar Pujara has now come up with his version on why the selection of both Karthik and Vijay will come in handy for India in England and what people should look out for in their respective campaigns.“I feel he is a very experienced player. He has seen many ups and downs in his career and so he realises how to tackle various situations. His experience in domestic cricket, international cricket and even T20 cricket will prove to be handy for him. Now it is to see whether he gets a chance in the playing XI. If he gets a chance, his experience will prove to be handy and will be able to contribute to the team,” Pujara was quoted as saying on the Knockout Show of Rooter Sports. For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more


first_imgBILL NEAL :10 I don’t know where you’ve been the past 25 years but “The Champions Live” Sports and Entertainment Talk Show is still alive and kickin’. “Smokin’ Jim Frazier,” Ken Ogilvie, Kevin Cameron, Ed Steve, and Rayco “War” Saunders join me…your host…every month at a local location to talk sports. It is directed by Judy Ogilvie and produced by Alan Lee and airs weekly on PCTV Channel 21 in Pittsburgh. And don’t forget our motto… What we don’t know about sports…We make up as we go along!!! :09 Speaking of “Champions Live,” and I was, you can see us live up close and in living color June 10 at the Annual Penn Hills Community Festival held at the 3 Lakes Golf Club, 6700 Saltsburg Rd. This month’s special guests will be Pittsburgh Steeler and hometown star Wes Lyons, former Pitt superstar Rod Rutherford, and world boxing champion Rayco “War” Saunders. Showtime is at 1. Don’t—You—Dare—Miss It!!!:08 I swear somebody must have slapped the Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kendrick Perkins’ mother with the mean ugly stick when she was pregnant with him. The boy is never happy, never smiles…and he’s just mean, just mean, I tell ya.:07 Happy Birthday to all the Corvette Club members who celebrated at The Champions last First Friday Par-Tay! The Champions and the United Rays Vette Club celebrated and closed out their year long First Friday run as a major success. Raising much needed funds for The Champions “Safe Summer” programs and raising the awareness of the people on a variety of important community concerns. We’ll see ya’ll in September at the Annual End of the Summer White Party. (No you city league grads, it’s not a party just for White people…c’mon man!!!):06 Oh yeah…speaking of birthdays, and I was. Happy Birthday to one of my favorite all time people…and a true champion, Jennifer Bruce…I ain’t tellin’…if you want to know how old she is ask her yourself. (But I will tell you this…she ain’t lookin at “40”—oops my bad!):05 Is Kevin Garnett amazing or what? I love it when an old school cat gets it done. If he continues to play like this and Bosh doesn’t come back, I still like Boston to beat the Heat. That’s right I said it. Now put it in your back pocket and take it to the bank!!! Spurs win the west, now shut up! Neal, what is wrong with you man!:04 Ya’ll just don’t give a damn about O. J. Simpson huh??? A brother makes a few mistakes and you just write him off… “THAT’S MESSED UP!”:03 Plans are now underway for the first ever Pittsburgh City League/Catholic League All Sports Hall of Fame. Yours truly and former All City League Hoop Star and Coach Larry Anderson along with several other standouts including Vern Phillips, Clarence Hopson, Fred Lucas, Craig Prosser, Sam Black and the Courier’s own Ulish Carter and Aubrey Bruce are about to bring the city league the greatest thing since a Ricky “Black Magic” Coleman no-look pass, or a Dwight “Iceman” Clay jump shot, a Larry Richardson now you see it now you don’t between the legs around the back…oh you know what I am sayin, or a Sam Clancy…Bill Clarke or Kenny Durrett slam dunk…ok, ok, ok, I am done. But you know I could go on forever…Jeep, Sonny Lewis, Puffy, Chuck Anderson, Mel Bennett, DeJuan Blair, June Bug c’mon ya’ll…you know…yes you do!:02 A truly sincere and heartfelt good-bye goes out to one of the city’s greatest players and true champions whose name fits in with those I just mentioned. I was just informed several days ago by a family member that Larry “Juice” Walker recently passed away in California. All you need to know about how good “Juice” was is that when you played his team you hoped to God he didn’t show up that day!!!:01 I also want to send a fond farewell to another true champion, my ex-college roommate and the man that not only taught me how to play basketball but how to understand the game. The passing of the Late Great Otis Lockhart. Otis was as smooth as silk in a summer breeze.:00 DOUBLE OVERTIME•Thanks for coming to the Par-Tay Ms. Carolyn and Ashley. It’s nice to know some Courier Women can keep their word. I am just sayin’!•“Jazz on the Green” starring The Reggae Masters—The Legendary Flow Band coming at ya Friday—June 15 at 3 Lakes Golf Club—Showtime at 8:00 p.m. Call The Champions for more information 412 628-4856.•Last call for Middle School Boys Teams for the 37th Annual running of the Connie Hawkins Summer Basketball League, 14 and under. The longest running league in Western PA history. Call The Champions 412 628-4856 for information – only 2 spots open.•You heard it here first. Tim Bradley will upset Manny Pacquiao. He’s going to shock the world!~ Game Over ~last_img read more