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من خلال خبرتي في المجال المصرفي والبنوك تحديدا فانه لا بد من تطوير نطام شامل ومتكامل للحد من الاخطار مبني على التوقع والقياس والضبط (اما التقوق فهو: توقع المخاطر المحتملة  ,وبالنسبة للقياس فهو : قياس اثارها على اعمال البنك واصوله وايراداته , وضبط الاخطار والقضاء على مصادرها ,تابعوا مقالاتي والدروس التي اقدمها من خلال هذه الصفحة

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  • Accounting from University of Jordan
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  • Social media is a key player

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      Social media is a key player in the job search process today. Sites like Facebook, Twitter,...

    Category: Society

    Social media is a key player

     

    Social media is a key player in the job search process today.

    Sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+ allow employers to get a glimpse of who you are outside the confines of a résumé, cover letter, or interview—while they offer job seekers the opportunity to learn about companies they’re interested in; connect with current and former employees; and hear about job openings instantaneously, among other things.

    That’s probably why half of all job seekers are active on social networking sites on a daily basis, and more than a third of all employers utilize these sites in their hiring process.

    Career transition and talent development consulting firm "Lee Hecht Harrison" asked hundreds of job seekers via an online poll, “How active are you on social networking sites?” 48 %  said they’re very active on a daily basis, while 19% said they log on about two or three times per week. Another 22% said they use social networking sites one to three times per month, or less. Only 11% of job seekers said they never use social networking websites.


    To help job seekers better understand the role of social media in their job search, CareerBuilder.com conducted a survey last year that asked 2,303 hiring managers and human resource professionals if, how, and why they incorporate social media into their hiring process.

    First they found that 37% of employers use social networks to screen potential job candidates. That means about two in five companies browse your social media profiles to evaluate your character and personality–and some even base their hiring decision on what they find.

    CareerBuilder also asked employers why they use social networks to research candidates, and 65% said they do it to see if the job seeker presents himself or herself professionally. About half (51%) want to know if the candidate is a good fit for the company culture, and another 45% want to learn more about his or her qualifications. Some cited “to see if the candidate is well-rounded” and “to look for reasons not to hire the candidate,” as their motives.

    So, if you’re among the 89% of job seekers that use social networking sites (daily, sometimes, or rarely), you’ll want to be careful.

    A third (34%) of employers who scan social media profiles said they have found content that has caused them not to hire the candidate. About half of those employers said they didn’t offer a job candidate the position because of provocative or inappropriate photos and information posted on his or her profile

     

    “If you choose to share content publicly on social media, make sure it’s working to your advantage,” Haefner says. “Take down or secure anything that could potentially be viewed by an employer as unprofessional and share content that highlights your accomplishments and qualifications in a positive way.”

    Brad Schepp, co-author of How To Find A Job On LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Google+, adds: “Make sure any profiles you write are free of typos, the information is coherent and applicable to your industry [or job you’re trying to land], and your photos present you in a favorable light. You can verify the applicability of the information by checking profiles of others in the same field.”

    The information you provide online about your job background and accomplishments should also be consistent, he says. “Don’t assume an employer will only be checking you out on LinkedIn. They may also check Facebook, or even Twitter and Google+.  The story you tell on each site should be pretty much the same, although it’s fine to adapt the material for the site.”

    The good news is that hiring managers aren’t just screening your social media profiles to dig up dirt; they’re also looking for information that could possibly give you an advantage. The CareerBuilder survey revealed that 29% of surveyed hiring managers found something positive on a profile that drove them to offer the candidate a job.

    In some cases it was that the employer got a good feel for the candidate’s personality. Others chose to hire because the profile conveyed a professional image. In some instances it was because background information supported professional qualifications, other people posted great references about the candidate, or because the profile showed that the job seeker is creative, well-rounded, or has great communication skills.

    This means the job seekers shouldn’t just focus on hiding or removing inappropriate content; they should work on building strong social networks and creating online profiles that do a really good job of representing their skills and experience in the workplace, Simpson said in a press statement. “Job seekers who are silent or invisible online may be at a disadvantage. They need to engage on social networking sites to increase their visibility and searchability with prospective employers,” he said.

    Source : Forbes.com

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  • E-mail is NOT dead

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    E-mail is NOT dead

    Complaints about e-mail are piling up in my news feed like a two-week stack of daily newspapers by the door. The other day, I read yet another obituary for e-mail. If you want to reach young people, don’t send an e-mail, the author said. Instead explore all avenues of social media, etc., etc., etc. Even for practitioners of the art of e-mail, we question the etiquette and habits of e-mail. Another article asked, “Why do we put our e-mail addresses in our e-mail signatures?”

    I love email! I feel virtuous when I have replied to several mails, and hen I have asked a question via e-mail, I am confident I will get an answer that can be filed and archived. My own team – located in Colombia, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico – gets a whole lot of work done via e-mail.

    And on a personal note, I am keeping in touch with my dearest friends on the other side of the ocean thanks to e-mail. Just one generation ago, letters took a week to arrive at their destinations. Two generations ago, several weeks. Now you can tell me that the new shorter ways of communicating out there are to be preferred; but I’ll tell you that they are little more than teasers for a true e-mail, one with a beginning, middle and end, plus attachments, explanations, and sometimes a really fun trail of past conversations that someone inadvertently included.

    The beauty of the Networked Society and all its new tools is that it is inclusive. We do not have to leave one form of communication for another; we can enjoy longform as well as short form. While I’m at it, I might as well say: Stop hating the post office too! You know the pleasure of receiving a hand-written note from a friend or loved one? I feel the same rush of anticipation and enjoyment before opening my inbox.

    Here’s a limerick in defense of e-mail:

    There once was an e-mail that said
    things that are better off read

    Not spoken. 140 letters?
    Detail and docs are betters.

    E-mails are alive! Not dead.

     

    Written By: Dodi Axelson

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  • مفهوم الاصلاحات والتطورات التنظيمية العالمية

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  •   مفهوم الاصلاحات والتطورات التنظيمية العالمية

    مفهوم الاصلاحات التنظيمية

    يمكن تعريف الاصلاحات التنظيمية على انها التغييرات التي من شانها تحسين نوعية التنظيم وتعزيز الاداء وزيادة  كفاءة تخفيض التكاليف وتحسين نوعية الانظمة القانونية والاجراءات الحكومية ذات الصلة

    ويشير مفهوم الاصلاح بمعناه العام الى اعادة النظرفي احد الانظمة او التعليمات , او الى الغاء واعادة بناء النظام التنظيمي ومؤسساته بشكل كامل او تحسين اجراءات صنع الانظمة وادارة الاصلاح

     
    اهم التطورات التنظيمية

     تعليمات المتانة المالية

    بازل 2 وبازل 3

    تقييم الملاءة المالية

    خطط الاستعادة والحل

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