Salary figure or company culture? What matters more when it comes to achieving positive levels of employee engagement?
The past couple of years have seen an enormous amount of discussion around performance management. There were numerous conversations and debates around organizations across the globe debunking the age old and traditional annual performance
Category leaders across the world are re-looking at their employee engagement strategies. Ford Motor Co., with an employee strength of nearly 200,000 employees across 40 countries recently developed a new people strategy.
Whenever a great employee puts in his/her papers, it comes as a shock to the management. They try whatever they can to retain that person because the cost of replacing a good employee is huge.
Employee engagement is the latest buzzword in the HR circle. Suddenly, everyone seems to be talking about it and how it can impact organizations
It’s last week of the month again. The time that all employees look forward to and work hard for. But wait, do some of them also dread that there might be an error in calculation like the last month,
Picture this – you are a small company of about a 100 employees. You have a visionary product, laser focused goals for the next quarter and a stupendous team to help you achieve this.
Attendance management and time tracking are often considered a tedious task. But at the same time, it is a critical function for every organization and needs to be carried out effectively.
Only 29% of millennials are engaged at work. ~ Gallup. With an ever-increasing growth in the composition of millennials in the workforce, understanding their needs and applying strategies for their retention has become extremely critical.
Are you the kind of Business leader who does not really want to make employee attendance tracking a core part of your work culture?