How to Communicate Effectively and Precisely?

April 24th, 2015 by Rozee Team

Question from the Job Seeker

I have recently joined a firm as CSR, Effective Communicationwhere I deal with customer queries both over the phone and face to face. I know all the details about the product that I have to sell but some times I feel that using precise or concise information would yield better results. I would like to know some tips to turn my communication into effective communication?

Mansoor Ali

Answer from ROZEE.PK

Effective communication is important in every part of an organization. Various professions such as marketing, sales, consultation services, are based solely on effective communications. Communication is vital to increase efficiency, satisfy customers and improve quality standard.

To master the technique of effective communication, you have to understand communication and its rules.
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Addressing Workplace Conflict

April 24th, 2015 by Rozee Team

Conflict, when people are working together, is a part of ‘doing business’. It can be defined as a sharp disagreement or opposition of interests or ideas. Conflict Resolution

Conflict is a normal and natural part of any workplace. When it occurs, there is a tendency for morale to be lowered, an increase in absenteeism and decreased productivity. It has been estimated that managers spend at least 25 percent of their time resolving workplace conflicts – causing lowered office performance.

Sources of Workplace Conflict

There are many sources of workplace conflict.

Some of the most important are:
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Develop your career in Human Resources with dual-accredited UK Masters degree

April 17th, 2015 by Rozee Team

Are you interested in a career as an 300x250-GIF[1]HR specialist and a senior line manager? If you are, make the right choice for your career by choosing to study one of only four programmes in the UK to be recognised by both globally renowned HR professional bodies – the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

At Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), you can choose to study:

With a focus on contemporary global human resource issues, our professionally recognised and accredited Masters programmes combine critical analysis of theory with leading industry practice.

Our MSc International Human Resource Management was the first programme in the UK to gain this elite dual status. To date, only four programmes in the UK have achieved this status, two of which are taught by GCU. Our programmes are also accredited by the Chartered Management Institute.

Studying for your Human Resource Masters degree at GCU will prepare you for strategic and operational roles, where a key responsibility lies in managing, supporting and developing an organisation’s human resources, in a global setting.

With a strong track record of working partnerships with industry partners and professional bodies, an impressive range of cutting edge facilities and scholarships of up to £2500 for international students, GCU is the top choice each for thousands of students from all over the world.

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December 19th, 2014 by admin

How to Answer “What is your greatest weakness?”

October 27th, 2014 by Rozee Team

interview-in-progressQuestion from the Job Seeker

During a recent interview at a multinational firm, i was asked this question, “What is your greatest weakness?”. Although I had prepared for the interview, I could not answer this question the way I wanted to.

Can you help me get an idea of answering the question in a proper way?

Raja Ahmed

Answer from ROZEE.PK

The situation is familiar. You’re in an interview that’s going well when a standard interview question is asked.

How to Answer – “What is your greatest weakness?”

This question is designed, similar to the “Where do you see yourself in five years?” question, to identify the unprepared.

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What to Expect From Your First Job After College

October 27th, 2014 by Rozee Team

First-Job-After-CollegeAs an early twenty-something recent college graduate embarking on the initial stages of your career, one of the key areas of learning, slowly (but surely), should be how to navigate the business world. It will not be the easiest transition, but there are a few ways that will help you acclimate to the change of environment.

Job missteps and dead ends that you try and avoid while holing up in your childhood bedrooms are exactly the kind of experiences you should be rushing to embrace. Whether you are searching for a job, in your first stage of employment post-graduation, or transitioning to a new company, you shouldn’t be reluctant to take a lousy job out of college, you should be ecstatic to do so. Following are some things you can expect to encounter.

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Study an Accredited Marketing Masters in the UK

October 27th, 2014 by Rozee Team

300x250_marketing_fashion PakistanGlasgow School for Business and Society at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) offers a range of innovative Marketing MSc programmes, designed to equip graduates with the specific industry knowledge and strategic leadership skills required to excel in a competitive global market. Taught by experts and developed in consultation with industry, we incorporate the latest academic marketing thinking and theories to ensure the programmes are leading edge in all respects.

Programmes include:

  • MSc Digital Marketing
  • MSc International Marketing
  • MSc International Fashion Marketing
  • MSc Luxury Brand Management

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All our Marketing Masters are accredited by the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), the leading professional body for marketers worldwide. Glasgow School for Business and Society has joined forces with CIM to give our students the opportunity to gain CIM professional qualifications, which are highly sought after by employers, ensuring we equip our students with the best opportunities for a successful marketing career.

Study in Glasgow

Voted the world’s friendliest city (Rough Guides, 2014), Glasgow is consistently named as a top destination  – Lonely Planet, TripAdvisor, Wanderlust, Marie Claire, Rough Guides, and countless others,  all rank Glasgow as a must visit for its warmth, style and energy. Also previously voted one of the world’s top cities for student life, Glasgow is home to over 64,000 students from all over the world (almost 11% of the city’s population) making it a great choice for your studies.


We offer up to £2,500 scholarships for international students. For more information on scholarships, click here.

How to Improve Job Satisfaction?

June 3rd, 2014 by Rozee Team

Question from an Employer

With cut-throat competition these days, it is very hard to satisfy all employees. I often find a few of my employees facing issues of dissatisfaction and anxiety. This is immensely affecting their performance at work. I want to handle the situation and resolve this problem. Can you help me find ways to increase their job satisfaction?

Saniya Amjad (Madhouse Clothing)

Answer from ROZEE.PK

Dear Saniya Amjad,

Do you ever think how much easier your job would be if all of the employees were contented? If all the staff you network with loved their jobs, you’d probably love yours more as well. There are some workers that are determined to be dour at work, most employees would appreciate your efforts to make them happier on the job.

Job is a choice of everyone living and sustaining their family. As most of the people spend a major part of their adulthood at work, job satisfaction is an important element of individual well-being. It is a result of employee’s perception of how well their job provides those things that are viewed as important.

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The Essence of Success Is Innovation. This Is The Ability to Find Faster, Better, Cheaper, Easier Ways to Produce and Deliver our Products and Services; mentions Mr. Farukh Zahoor, Founding Director, Wise Solutions

June 2nd, 2014 by Rozee Team

1. What makes your company an attractive employer for job seekers?

Farukh Zahoor: There can be multiple reasons, but I am highlighting some of them.

  • Market competitive salary offered
  • No bossy environment, just friendly
  • Good reputation in local and US market
  • We ensure challenging work environment as we provide equal opportunities to all workers to work on different technologies to enhance their skills
  • Provide professional training and development to employees who lack somewhere
  • We value our key resources
  • We offer creative and dynamic work environment

2. What is your policy on work-life balance and how do you achieve this balance yourself?

Farukh Zahoor: We are working on project management tools which help us to plan ourselves effectively and guides us to meet our goals with no losses.
The boundaries between work and home should be fairly clear & work-life balance shouldn’t be out of reach. This is the key to keep employees creative and productive.
Consider the consequences of poor work-life balance, there will be fatigue, lost time with friends and loved ones, if you regularly work extra hours, you might be given more responsibility which could lead to additional concerns and challenges. Possibly employees will start leaving that environment soon.

Consider the following ideas to find the work-life balance that’s best for you

Dealing With Difficult People At Work?

June 2nd, 2014 by Rozee Team

Dealing With Difficult People At WorkEver met someone who irritates you to an extent that you feel like you want to pull your hair, jump around? Don’t worry you’re not alone. There’s no way to escape difficult people you meet at work or in business. We all have had our fair share of difficult people over the years. It happens to everyone. There are people who want things their way or the high way, then there are people who don’t turn in their work on the due dates, then some who push back on work that they’re responsible for, people who don’t show up for meetings and so many more. You often have clients who are NEVER happy. So, dealing with all these kind of people can be a difficult task and the most challenging still is the fact that you cannot do anything or say anything to change them. All you can do is act professionally and deal with them in such a way that it doesn’t create any misunderstandings.
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