Being busy is in these days. Working past normal hours and getting work home is extremely normal. Not being busy is a rare phenomenon. However, is working for more than 12 hours actually a good thing? The answer is no.
It’s official – Gen Z has entered the workforce. And they are stealing the thunder from the millennials by displaying an entirely new set of behaviors and expectations. This is a generation born after 1997, who have just started their 20s. Organizations, take note, or else they will wipe you off.
The last five years has probably seen the maximum relative disruption in the HR market than ever before. From being viewed as a rather administrative division of a company, HR today is viewed as a strategic partner in a business.
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
The biggest reasons for motivation at work are recognition, appreciation, and validation. Without these three elements, employees are bound to quit sooner than you can imagine. Focusing too much on strategy and not so much
Without goals, we are all lost. To achieve any form of success or achievement, we always have to strategize how we are going to get there, with step by step planning.
Performance reviews are not just an indicator of an employee’s actions over the year. It also gives a view of how well the manager and organization as a whole have fared in their actions.
No matter what it is that we do, be it investing in personal relationships, running a marathon, cooking a meal for friends or happily going to work every day – the success of it will depend on what motivates us to do it.