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Knowledge workers must be treated with respect: Chidambaram

There are 12 comments on the The Hindu story from Jun 8, 2007, titled Knowledge workers must be treated with respect: Chidambaram. In it, The Hindu reports that:

National Knowledge workers must be treated with respect: Chidambaram Bangalore,June. 7 : Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram today stressed the need for creating an `enabling environment' where `knowledge ... via The Hindu

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Kindersley, Canada

#1 Jun 22, 2007
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#2 Jun 22, 2007
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Mark-Salinas-MN

Victoria, MN

#3 Apr 25, 2008
I think all workers should be treated with respect. Warehouse, administration, support staff, maintenance, management, distribution etc. etc. The success of any company is to ensure customer satisfaction.Treating all employees with respect
along with other contributing factors,leads to a positive environment. Positive employees will represent an organization professionally.

Mark Salinas, Viscom Technology Group, MN
Mark-Salinas-Vis com

Minneapolis, MN

#4 May 1, 2008
I believe that it is important to understand that each individual is different and the sooner this is identified, the action to create a process for a healthy environment should ensue. With hardware Technology and software Technology we have many advantages over our predecessors and should use this to our benefit. Along with the Technology advantages, of course the Mark of a successful program needs to include the "human element" At Viscom Technology Group Inc. it was very important to interact and be respectful to all individuals within the Group and feedback should always be welcome.

Mark Salinas, Viscom Technology Group Inc., MN
the organization.
Shelly Anders

Saint Michael, MN

#5 May 10, 2008
Of course, good points.
Mark-Salinas-MN

Minneapolis, MN

#6 May 13, 2008
Shelley Eckel

Minneapolis, MN

#8 May 13, 2008
Nope
Bill Siebel

Minneapolis, MN

#9 Oct 15, 2008
"I think all workers should be treated with respect. Warehouse, administration, support staff, maintenance, management, distribution etc. etc. The success of any company is to ensure customer satisfaction.Treating all employees with respect
along with other contributing factors,leads to a positive environment. Positive employees will represent an organization professionally."

I agree!
Tempest

Apopka, FL

#10 Nov 25, 2009
We call Janitors engineers in the USA. If you bright enough to go into science technology or math you should be smart enough to know they are not viable career choices for Americans.

With H1B and L1 transfer visas American tech workers have been replaced by cheap labor. The average US born engineer has less than a 10% chance of actually working as an engineer after graduation. The frat boy who got his MBA with a minor in binge drinking and a C- in basic math will earn 3 times your engineering salary.

(I have two engineering degrees and manage a pizza place)
Eden Morcho

Saint Paul, MN

#11 May 13, 2010
I think all workers should be treated with respect. Warehouse, administration, support staff, maintenance, management, distribution etc. etc. The success of any company is to ensure customer satisfaction.Treating all employees with respect
along with other contributing factors,leads to a positive environment. Positive employees will represent an organization professionally.
Eden Morcho

Saint Paul, MN

#12 May 13, 2010
"I think all workers should be treated with respect. Warehouse, administration, support staff, maintenance, management, distribution etc. etc. The success of any company is to ensure customer satisfaction.Treating all employees with respect
along with other contributing factors,leads to a positive environment. Positive employees will represent an organization professionally.". Mark do you realy believe that??
Eden Morcho
Eden Achiri Morcho

Saint Paul, MN

#13 Aug 24, 2010
Computer Forensics is the process of investigating electronic devices or computer media for the purpose of discovering and analyzing available, deleted, or "hidden" information that may serve as useful evidence in supporting both claims and defenses of a legal matter as well as it can helpful when data have been accidentally deleted or lost due to hardware failure.

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