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How to manage the troublemakers in the organisation?

Posted by Thu Le on

In our previous post, TRG Talent team has listed 7 most common types of “difficult” employees who bring about various trouble to the team and the organisation. You may not be able to rid yourself of the problems that these problematic employees bring, but fear not as there are different methods of how you can approach and come up with a solution for the problem.

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Topics: Talent Management

7 types of difficult employees

Posted by Thu Le on

The workplace is a micro-society where every type of personalities meets up. Sometimes, they blend in perfectly fine, other times, not so much. Whether your company is a small start-up or a big enterprise, it is inevitable that you will encounter at least one not-so-pleasant individual at work. Who are they and how can you, as a manager, handle them well?

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Topics: Talent Management

The 2017 Predominant ERP Trend: Verticalisation

Posted by Ho Nguyen on

As cloud computing continues to mature, ERP vendors are turning their focus to delivering more industry-specific features, according to the recent 2017 ERP Technology Value Matrix Report by Nucleus Research.

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Topics: ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Don’t let the fear of being wrong holding you back

Posted by Thu Le on

In the previous article, we discussed the “fear of being wrong” phobia, what the causes as well as the consequences are. It is worth noting that this phobia is self-inflicted and gradually becomes an obsession that intervenes deeply in both your work and personal life.

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Topics: Talent Management

Survive or Thrive: Oil Companies Adapting to the New Normal of Low Prices

Posted by Rick Yvanovich on

Depressed demand and increased supply have caused oil prices to fall from over US$100 per barrel in July 2014 to $30 in February 2016. Even though prices have increased somewhat since then, with Brent reaching a five-month high of US$55.99 per barrel on September 15, many experts remain sceptical about the outlook of oil’s US$50-plus status1. Oil and gas companies, therefore, are bracing for an extended period of low oil prices.

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Topics: Financial Accounting Management Software, Financial strategies

Are you infected with “fear of being wrong” phobia?

Posted by Thu Le on

Many of us do not like to admit that we are in the wrong. The power of being ‘right’ takes control of your judgement, turns into an obsession, an irrational fear which could put pressure on yourself or put a strain on many relationships.

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Topics: Talent Management

3 effective ways to manage “difficult” high performers

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In the previous blog post, we have identified the 4 most common types of talented but problematic people in the workplace. The question now is how to handle them. And let’s not forget that they are also talented, have high productivity and have brought to the company lots of benefits. How to resolve such dilemmas?

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Topics: Talent Management

Are your organisational stars hard to satisfy?

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Talented high performers are valuable assets for any organisation. Recruiting them is full of challenge, retaining them is an even tougher task. In addition, a portion of these high performers emits difficult personalities. If you are struggling in dealing these employees, then this article is for you!

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Topics: Talent Management

Cloud ERP for Garment Manufacturing: a Success Story of TAL Apparel

Posted by Ho Nguyen on

TAL Apparel Limited, a provider of fashion supply chain products and services, has just finished the first phase of migrating its legacy ERP to Infor CloudSuite - a modern cloud-based ERP system. The transition went smoothly with minimal business disruption and is expected to help TAL Apparel Limited achieve impactful cost reductions and operational improvements.

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Topics: ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Why keeping a tight control of SG&A expenses may backfire

Posted by Thai Pham on

Companies that are constantly trying to cut down on selling, general and administrative expenses (SG&A) may actually hurt their long-term competitive position. This perspective is highlighted in a recent study by the consulting firm CEB.

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Topics: Financial Accounting Management Software, Financial strategies, Expense management

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