Sacking interviews

As we heard from media sacking 151 staff phase one has begun. This phase includes interviewing the chosen ones to rank them in order. Wishing all of you will perform enough to withhold your post. To those who may lose, don’t worry since if one door closes many doors will open for you. MTCC is not that big anymore to be proud.

Management Shuffled again

Adopted from realmtcc

The Unexpected:

The head of CPMD is transferred to Engineering Department while Usman will be handling CPMD from Today. This might be another major blow for the current top management because it is widely expected that this might have another mutiny within the departmentThe Unexpected: The head of CPMD is transferred to Engineering Department while Usman will be handling CPMD from Today. This might be another major blow for the current top management because it is widely expected that this might have another mutiny within the department. More

OUT OF THE BOX- New board directors

Mr. Mohamed Nizam
Mr. Abdullah Saaidhu

Maldives Manager’s Training and Counseling Centre (MTCC)

Shocking but true, this is what they call “bodu manzaru”.

Column1 AM M MU MS TOTAL
AD – – 1 1 2
BSSD 1 – 1 3 5
CPMD – – – 1 1
CRPD – – 1 1 2
ED – – – 1 1
FD – – – 2 2
HRD – – – 2 2
ISD – 1 – 1 2
LOD – – 3 1 4
PCD – – 1 1 2
SLD – – 1 2 3
TSD 2 1 1 2 6
TOTAL 3 2 9 18 32

AM- assitant manager
M- manager
MU- Manager (unit)
MS- Manager (section)

Dealing with Office Politics

adopted article

It doesn’t matter how well grounded you are as a person how polite and friendly you are or even how much you know about office etiquette, the one thing you can never avoid in the workplace is office politics. Wherever you have a group of people with different personalities, sets of values and opinions – which means just about everywhere, you’re going to come across office politics at some time or other. And, whilst that can’t be avoided, it’s important to know how to manage the situation for yourself. More

Gesture E01-S04; Sawmill fire

Huge loss

2010 vs 2009

by Figures say it all

The best way to weigh a company’s performance is its annual turnover. For the last two years, collective information from MTCC website are given below as a refferenece. More

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