The way employees view work has seen a massive shift in the last couple of years. Work is a place where employees spend so much time on a daily basis. It takes away most of our thoughts and energies for the day.
Due recognition to top performers makes them work harder, more productive and also translates into their happiness. Only companies that invest in employee support and satisfaction can garner the advantages of a happy workforce.
We have all seen them. Shiny lines on beautiful walls within even stunning frames in swanky offices. True, they look great. But are organizational values not worth more than aesthetic wall art?
It’s that time of the year again – getting performance reviewed. Let’s face it, it’s not one of the most exciting things to look forward to.
If your employees are motivated, there is nothing they cannot do. But daily life and mundane activities can get to them, making even the most enthusiastic of employees lose their spark.
I cannot even begin to count the number of articles and reports that I have gone through in the last two years regarding the boycott of the traditional annual review system by global category leaders.
Two most basic human desires are validation and recognition. If a person is working hard, they want someone they look up to or admire to witness their journey. If people toil hard to achieve something, they would want to be noticed and applauded for their efforts.
The performance management revolution is in full flight. Companies across industries and geographies are relooking at the way they measure their employee’s performance
The importance of employee engagement has never been more in Human Resources (HR). HR leaders have identified improving employee engagement as one of their top areas of interest. Subtle changes are slowly taking place in organizations worldwide,
Earlier this year, a viral blog by a female employee at Uber set the whole world and social media on fire. It clearly brought out how female employees in top technology industries