Dr. Parmar Shubhda


Soft skills are career qualities, which are not easy to both master and measure, such as ability to communicate, solve
problems, work under stress, team skill, decision making skill, leadership skill, self motivation skill, time management
skill, ethics, etc. Today soft skills widely referred to as employability skill. Employers believe soft skills as employability
skills owing to the reality they are needed to have a harmonious connection with co-workers and customers. An
employee's job concert and career success are contingent on the successful utilization of soft skills. In this time of
globalization, there is a problem of employability due to the lack of soft skills. Soft skills help students to develop
personal qualities, lifestyle and approaches to work together with others.


Employees, Attitude, Corporate World, Interaction

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