Smile at the poor workers you know.

05:14 Aug 13, 2009
English to Hindi translations [Non-PRO]
Social Sciences - Social Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc.
English term or phrase: Smile at the poor workers you know.
This is an imperative sentence.
Anil Mishra

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5अपने परिचित कर्मचारियों को देखकर मुस्‍कुराएँ



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smile at the poor workers you know.
अपने परिचित कर्मचारियों को देखकर मुस्‍कुराएँ

आप जिन मज़दूरों को पहचानते हैं, उनके दिखने पर मुस्‍कुरा दीजिए
अपने परिचित कर्मचारियों को देखकर मुस्‍कुराएँ

It seems as if this is a statement for managers to follow. ;-) I remember my one of the managers in a BPO, who smiled after seeing me and asked my whereabouts and seemed concerned about me. I felt safe while working there with such an attitude, being an employee, that there is someone who is taking care of my needs. The same manager, is currently working as a V.P. in another well-known B.P.O. I wish him best of luck.

Note added at 23 hrs (2009-08-14 04:53:36 GMT)

मज़दूर may be used, if manager is a factory manager
and if concern/unit is a group of elite and intellectuals, कर्मचारी may be used.

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