Employee engagement continues to be a puzzle even in 2019. Even though the term has been replaced by “experience,” a lot still needs to be understood
The world is increasingly moving towards a team-based based outlook within organizations, as opposed to focus on individual contributions. Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends Report, 2017 had 86 percent of respondents saying that companies are pushing towards a more
Charlie Kim, CEO at NextJump, asks a very good question on leadership. While comparing leadership to parenting, he asks if your family is going through a hard time, will you lay off one
Executing performance reviews effectively continues to be a puzzle in organizations worldwide. All kinds of technology are being introduced at a rapid pace in order to solve the burning problems of performance management. While all this is good progress, why is top management still unable to crack an effective answer?
It has taken years for companies to understand the impact of the millennial workforce on workplace structure and dynamics. The debate of millennials is not even over and
We have read about and experienced how dreadful annual performance reviews can be for employees (and managers)!
Productivity is a largely misunderstood concept. Most of us confuse it with time management when it is so much more than just getting work done.
Not all employees are going to be great performers. Even great performers sometimes experience a slack due to a variety of reasons. Low employee productivity is not good for businesses.
Technology is changing lives all around. From using the mobile phone to access any information in seconds to using voice technology to order cabs or play songs, technology has seeped into all our lives on an everyday level.
The conventional design of an employee rewards system consisted of a simple mix of compensation benefits and additional perks such as health insurance and paid vacations. But sticking to this reward system is no longer feasible for companies.