A young Ghanaian teacher and farmer who is impacting the economy by producing a multi-purpose edible insecticide oil from fever grass (Citronella oil) has broken new grounds with the addition of new bi-products.
Tons of criticisms abound on the subject of testing the personality type of prospective employees prior to engaging them.
These condemnations are not directed at the subject matter of knowing who the company is hiring on the attitudes scale but largely directed at the method used to eliciting these pieces of information. Apart from the statistical limitations, one of the soundest points scored against the current 5-Factor model is the fact that the person who is subject to evaluation may answer questions in a way that may finally produce the results of another person different from the one being evaluated.
A good number of HR directors share this opinion yet at the same time believe in the fact that knowing the prospects better on a scale as central as attitudes is so important that it cannot be left to a gambling probability. This crop of personnel managers usually rely on a set of scenario-like questions where the subject is asked to demonstrate what course of ac
The longstanding argument against holding separate presidential and parliamentary elections, and particularly against doing so in different years, has always been that organising elections are expensive and purely from a cost perspective, having both simultaneously cuts down cost and doing otherwise this would be too expensive.
The government has placed GH¢26.4 million grant (6.7 million Euros at the prevailing rate of GH¢3.94 for €1) at the disposal of Small and Medium Enterprise (SMEs) to help them finance their operations.
Ghanaians have been urged to focus on 'exploration with integrity' which has been adopted as the theme for 2015 by Springboard, The Virtual University, which airs on Joy FM, a private radio station in Accra.
The Export Trade, Agricultural and Industrial Development Fund (EDAIF) has explained that work is going on to revitalise broiler production in the country to reduce imports of poultry products by 40 per cent.
Faced with weaker export prospects, an impending rise in global interest rates and fragile financial market sentiment, developing countries need to rebuild fiscal buffers to support economic activity in case of a growth slowdown, the new edition of Global Economic Prospects report by the World Bank Group has said.
About 13,000 young persons, between the ages of 18 and 40, have gone into cocoa farming in the Central, Ashanti, Eastern and Western regions, raising optimism among industry stakeholders that cocoa farming will not remain the preserve of the aged.
There is the need for commercial laws and practices, for instance, dealing with treatment of loan defaulters, to be reviewed to ensure that clients do not take advantage of existing practices to abuse the protection offered by the commercial laws, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of The Royal Bank, Mr Robert Ekow Bentil, has advised.
Two independent members of the Board of Directors of HFC Bank have charged the bank to take appropriate actions with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on allegations of ‘insider trading’ by the Republic Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (RBTT) before the process of a mandatory takeover of HFC Bank proceeds.
CAL Bank is taking strategic steps to cushion the bank to enable it to compete favourably on the world market, in spite of the challenges it faced in 2014, the Managing Director, Mr Frank Adu Jnr, has said.