“An analysis of earnings calls since 2010 shows that mentions of organizational culture have increased by 12% annually” — Gartner
“My CEO is constantly asking me to fill our open job role as they are critical for our organization’s strategic operations, but I’m still not able to find the right candidate,”
We live in good times. You know why? Because people are finally talking about issues openly that have gone unnoticed or ignored for decades. Mental health is one such topic that is finally getting the attention it deserves.
There are so many communication tools that have given rise to new work relationships. These new tools come with the hope and promise of making life easier for employees, provide more intelligent and structured ways of getting work
For decades, designing and implementing employee rewards and recognition programs has been a pretty straightforward process. Health benefits, a raise once a year and vacation time pretty much were what counted as “benefits.” Well, that age is over.
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
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.
Great organizational culture is often thought of as an art of a magical tool, the spell of which is known only to a few. Over the last few years, the discussion around the term culture is as hot
The HR industry has been growing at a rapid pace ameliorating the standards. Attending HR events has become one of the most prominent activities.