[BangPypers] Python/Perl Scripting resource

rohith kumar rohithkumar_av at yahoo.co.in
Thu May 24 17:16:56 CEST 2012

It's True. Many companies do have this terminology followed which looks inhuman. Resource itself adjoined with Human seams like a predetermined machine sort off. I found an article few days back in NewYorkTimes related with Indian Education and the way company hire people.
 But at the end of the article they frame 5 sets of thoughts which help people to get a job, more than the motive behind the article. It's common in the way we look at the people

--- On Thu, 24/5/12, Senthil Kumaran <senthil at uthcode.com> wrote:

From: Senthil Kumaran <senthil at uthcode.com>
Subject: Re: [BangPypers] Python/Perl Scripting resource
To: "Bangalore Python Users Group - India" <bangpypers at python.org>
Date: Thursday, 24 May, 2012, 6:54 PM

On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 06:42:56PM +0530, Noufal Ibrahim wrote:
> It's an abstraction a lot of companies use for "person employed by the
> company". I consider it is dehumanising and have taken some flak for
> objecting to the term. 

Yeah, that's true. Does not quite sound right as I really thought they
were looking for book or a website. A resource. More over if I deal
with uniform resource locators often, I quite think that way!. :)

> As far as I can tell though, it's here to stay. The hiring staff, in my
> experience, take pride in being called the "Human resource" department.

Yeah!. That did not strike me at all! How interesting..

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