A bird’s overview of transiting Shani/Saturn in Thula/Libra in the corporate world
Given below is a bird’s eye view of what may happen and what can be done in corporate management, during the transit of Shani (Saturn) through Thula/Tula/Libra during 5th August 2012 to 3rd November 2014.
Managers and entrepreneurs can keep the following advice in mind as a tool and Information System to enhance the efficiency and productivity of your company to the optimum.
HR – The lower working force will become more powerful and efficient to carry out more work and responsibilities though obviously in respect to physical labour. The higher levels of the staff will face restrictions in their work and may find themselves restricted and their authority challenged. Exceptions of course will be there when the personal natal chart will interfere (natal chart of the company, the individual staffers). To be more specific, mechanics divisions, logistics, house keeping, trades divisions, job workers, and service oriented departments may find good productivity amongst their workers.
Marketing – The sales staff, not the marketing and advertising divisions, will find it easy as they will be able to work harder. This division can target the following industries as more business can be available from them. Natural resources, mining, metals, land, junk, steel, iron, agri, labour intensive, logistics, transport, contract businesses, ice, air, oil, mechanical, hardware, timber, bricks, shoes, storage, leather, cement etc.
Resources/Purchase – Your logistics will be classical and should work efficiently. Try negotiating with the following industries to get the best benefit of over production in their areas. Natural resources, mining, metals, land, junk, steel, iron, agri, labour intensive, logistics, transport, contract businesses, ice, air, oil, mechanical, hardware, timber, bricks, shoes, storage, leather, cement etc. Alternatively/additionally, less funds allocation in these can be allowed. You may need to plan your purchase schedules and have larger budgets for the sourcing of raw materials from the following industries. Machineries in general, industries which rely more on ignition and fire, heat, sharpness for their productions as well as final outputs, chemicals, arms, blood, medicines, tea, milk, silver, hospitals, entertainment industry, silk.
Production – Labour will not be a problem. You may have good and productive labour relations. Your resource mobilisation in conjunction with purchase functional will be highly efficient. Units related to fire, heat and expansion, cutting and such activities may face issues through prolonged troubles while units related to air, cold, compression, general metals, oil and such other processes may excel.