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10 Parameters to Rate Best Employee

10 Parameters to Rate Best Employee

What are the instant qualities that come to your mind when you come across the concept of ideal or the best employee of an organization? Punctuality, discipline, dependability, initiative, positive outlook, flexibility, motivation and the ability to perform, right?! Almost all organization makes sure that these criterions are effectively met.

Be it a full time job or part time or what the job position may it be objective of an ideal employee is almost similar in every organization.

Factors to rate best employee

Here are the top parameters to help you rate the best employee. Read along:

1. The best ones normally show a different kind of initiative. They will always offer helping hand. In the meeting room when the manager looks around to hand over a new project, he/she will step out and take responsibilities. They always carry an enhanced credential and are in good book of bosses and colleagues.

2. They are intuitive. They have the edge for learning and implementing the knowledge for the good of the company and help earn profit. They show initiative in attending conferences and trainings rather than simply being occupied with day-to-day tasks. They the dividing line between a good employee and a great one.

3. They are the active ones. Ready to work with the same level of enthusiasm from the first working hour to the last one. They do not kill time on social media and updating Facebook status in office. They are diligent and sharp.

4. They are flexible. They give their best in every projects assigned and are ever ready to take up new responsibilities with a positive attitude.

5. Positive attitude is a must. The best employees do not whine for what they do, but pretty much enjoy it. As mentioned above, they are always ready to help with an optimistic approach.

6. They are motivated employees. Always eager to work to the best of ability and implement new technology to the work process and bring profit.

7. Every workplace has issue one cannot avoid. The best thing about successful employees is that they do not keep complaining until it really matters. They do not make a big issue out of very minor misunderstandings. They complaint only when the concern seems major.

8. When they make mistake, they admit it and do not play the blame game. They try to fix what they did wrong by making a point to correct the situation.

9. A good employee is sober and do not hesitate to share credits. No one can accomplish big projects without help. They are nice people who look for ways to share the glory with co members.

10. A good employee is rated as punctual and discipline personnel. They are always on time and are able to meet sharp deadlines. They never hesitate to work in any situation and are ever ready to bring profit to the organization.

 

 

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TDS Rate Chart

I have Attached TDS Rate Chart

Tax exemption limit raised to Rs 2 lakhs and tax rates has changed for other slabs too.
Find the latest income tax slab for Year 2012-2013 based on the budget presented on 16 March 2012.

India Income tax slabs 2012-2013 for General tax payers
Income tax slab (in Rs.) Tax
0 to 2,00,000 No tax
2,00,001 to 5,00,000 10%
5,00,001 to 10,00,000 20%
Above 10,00,000 30%

India Income tax slabs 2012-2013 for Female tax payers
Income tax slab (in Rs.) Tax
0 to 2,00,000 No tax
2,00,001 to 5,00,000 10%
5,00,001 to 10,00,000 20%
Above 10,00,000 30%

India Income tax slabs 2012-2013 for Senior citizens (Aged 60 years but less than 80 years)
Income tax slab (in Rs.) Tax
0 to 2,50,000 No tax
2,50,001 to 5,00,000 10%
5,00,001 to 10,00,000 20%
Above 10,00,000 30%

India Income tax slabs 2012-2013 for very senior citizens (Aged 80 and above)
Income tax slab (in Rs.) Tax
0 to 5,00,000 No tax
5,00,001 to 10,00,000 20%
Above 10,00,000 30%

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