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More to Call Centres than Meets the Eye

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The face of the call centre has changed and evolved quite substantially in the last few years. “Not only is the call centre a ‘shop front’ to your client, it also serves as a support centre and a means of building a strong relationship with your client by means of consulting,” says Monika Roode the National Call Centre Manager for Softline VIP, part of the Sage Group plc.

 

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Working for an Indian startup - The upside


In the pre-bust era of Dot Com Dominance, it used to be "cool" to say that you worked in a startup. Though much of that romance has worn off now, there are still some advantages to working in a small organization or a startup.

India & South Africa to work together on HIV vaccine research

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T. V. Padma

Hyderabad, India

India and South Africa will launch a joint research project on basic science and vaccines for HIV strains common to both countries.

The project was formally approved by the governments of both countries last spring and is expected to be launched by the end of 2010.

Re-skilling to survive


By Anahita Das

Imagine this. You are a 20 or 30-something employee of an MNC, with over seven to eight years of work experience behind you. While the going has been good until now, you suddenly find yourself dealing with additional responsibilities and a larger team. Feeling a bit overwhelmed and out of your depth, you realize that you need re-skilling, to take you to the next rung of your career ladder. What do you do?

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