Agility strengthens an organization’s ability to proactively renew itself, adapt quickly, respond, and succeed in the changing industry and marketplace. The pandemic outbreak has been optimistic in elevating the role of CHROs who most often help CEOs lead their organizations into the future.
From essential technical skills for job applicants, the spotlight is on transferable skills in the post-coronavirus era. Companies and employees must sit up and take notice.
Inclusion and belonging at the workplace are intrinsic to innovation, growth, and job satisfaction. Here is why the CHRO must understand these and measure them accordingly.
The pandemic has wreaked havoc, as it were, on the world of business and outside it. Employee psychology in response to COVID-19 is a key determinant of business success.
Talent mobility moves the best people into the best roles, tapping their skills and ambitions toward organizational and personal growth. Talent marketplaces can help get there.
Workplace bias is often unintentional but all the same very real. Promotions get delayed or denied, good-looking colleagues receive more rewarding work opportunities, and well-dressed team members get all the attention.
The recent stimulus package in the US includes tax relief on employer payments for employee student loans. The policy, though, needs tweaking for sustained results.
Workplace connections is a key area to focus for employers for the success of people-first culture
From lower turnover to improved emotional wellness and better on-the-job performance, there is much to be gained from fostering closer connections between co-workers
The coronavirus crisis has shaken the world, and US companies are staring at job losses from economic fragilities. Here are some pointers for American corporates to consider
Remote work is undeniably on the upswing, though ingrained organizational biases keep many of its benefits away. Employers and employees must act to make it a success
More employee-friendly than retrenchment, furloughing is very useful all for companies to manage lean periods without losing their most valuable resource – their people
COVID-19 is top of the headlines, and many companies have implemented remote work, which will require diligent efforts at both ends if this work model is to succeed
Foster an organization of healthy and happy employees with flexitime concept in place
Talent mobility makes the right skillsets available to the relevant roles within an organization, making it a strategy that HR can scarcely afford to not emphasize in its operations
To gain higher employee retention, organizations must decrease employee disengagement and promote career growth by implementing employee retention strategies
Holidays and stress – really? But yes – these truly can become a stressful period, manifesting at work in less-than-ideal ways. Some self-care and a considerate employer can go a long way
Breaks from work are great for work, but many companies and employees do not seem to realize this! The many benefits for employer and employee make a compelling case for more paid time off (PTO)
Today, 44% of companies have three or more women in their C-suite, up from 29% of companies in 2015
Women are making definitive inroads into top leadership roles, encountering a number of speed bumps on the way. Their growth could be a source of strategic advantages for businesses of today
Gender bias spells sleepless nights for women at workplace!
Antipathy can hurt your employees’ body and your organizations’ spine
WeWork’s IPO exposed the abandoned and rotting board gender-bias wound
Climate change is no illusion, and the effects are all there to see! Individuals and workplaces must come together to save the environment while keeping business going
Not just a dating phenomenon, breadcrumbing is very real in the workplace, and employers as well as employees need to sit up and take notice
From denial of promotions to embarrassing stereotypes, older employees at the workplace often get a hard deal. Is it time to stand up and take notice?
Uber defines 21 categories of sexual misconduct. Is that enough?
Officially recognized by the WHO as a serious phenomenon at the workplace, burnout is a fire that must be put out at the earliest in the interest of employees and management
From futuristic sleep pods to healthy snacks and meals as well as diet and life coaches, many companies are pulling out all the stops to keep you fit at work.
From awkward hugs that you cannot get out of, to mistimed kisses that miss their mark, physical greetings at the workplace are a hard-to-navigate minefield. Is it best to just ban them?
The Advent of Gig Economy Renaissance and its impact on 9-5 work schedule
Protect Who from Who: AI from Humans or Humans from AI?
Don’t Manage, Understand and Maneuver Instead
Yay! It’s time for my performance appraisal - Said No employee Ever!
How do you tackle employee retention challenge with the talent market growing at a breakneck speed?
Why millennials use headphones and what harm it is bringing to organizations?
As organizations scale and foster, employee disputes occur inevitably. In such cases, is it necessary for employers to subject employees to arbitration?
Understanding the topmost challenges that will be on HR’s mind this year and beyond
What is learning agility and how it will help HiPos
Why do we see pregnancy as an anomalous inconvenience?
Starbucks and United Airlines learn what it means to go beyond the rhetoric, the hard way
The Toxification’ of Elemental Forces making the Cubicles Ugly
19 states in The U.S. increase their minimum wages, by 2024 Federal minimum wage will stand at $15
Not just phishing or disgruntled employees, companies today are sitting ducks to cybersecurity threats, courtesy portable devices
Financial literacy can make your employees happier and more productive.
The smokescreen companies put up to look equal and the reverse reality
From water cooler chit-chatting to butting heads over data thefts, the issue of confidentiality and transparency has transfused a reasonable debate into our workplaces.
The AI we have is as good, bad and ugly as we are
Employee's appreciation of romance comes at expense of risk-fraught experiences for organizations. Need not be.
Minds that think seldom think alike: Cognitive diversity in the workplace
Adapting to your Integrator or Segmentor DNA to find Happiness at Work
How would you feel about a 24/7 reconnaissance by your employer?
Planning Party Essentials to Avoid After Party Hiccups
Dealing with gaslighting at workplaces
Netflix and its working culture: how effective is the firing mechanism
3 Leaders. 3 Behemoths. Legions of Communication Lessons
Being too nosey- irk the employee. Being too approving- sabotage company’s profits. Read the big fix for Catch-22
Is workplace bullying real? The consequences and perils
Amazon raises wages amidst mounting political pressure, but is it enough and what ripples do we expect?
Understanding how technology looks and feels across generation, the major challenges managing a multi-generational organization and how to bridge the gap
Professionals with tattoos, traditional industries easing dress code restrictions, the case of extreme tattooing and how to go about it, women and ink
Re-tweeting #MeToo won’t be enough, it’s time for some groundwork to preserve protection against such crimes.
There are miles to go in the fight for Equality. Discrimination signifies misdemeanors & It is only fair to provide equal rights for equal work.
While resigning, one should put rest to grievances & try to build network bridges b/w the ex-company & the next.
The dynamics between no-drug tolerance work place and legal medical marijuana across states and an employer’s obligation towards medical marijuana use
How globalized workplaces can survive a fractured demographic balance
Numbers speak louder than words when your employees choose to stay. Find out how to get them?
Inside the Science of the Spirit of Watercooler Talk.
Performance issues will be a thing of the past if you get your head around this axiom.
With MNC’s feeling the heat, Diversity is much far-reaching than expected
A happy workplace is a productive workplace, and all it takes is a few simple steps to make it happen. Here are a few of them
Here are some steps to fuse business initiatives with success this Christmas
Belief or Behavior, which is more powerful of the two for structuring Organizational Culture?
What you must know about how the modern CHRO leverages millennial traits for the corporate leaders of tomorrow
What if working felt like vacationing? This dream is seeing its coming-of-age with new introductions at the workplace
The Brand which is under fire, has so far made good on its Redemption Promises.
The beginning of this NEW, ends in the spectacle of a business’ success.
Organizational Culture goes a long way in defining how productive it will be. This article is for a CHRO to develop the right culture that aligns to business strategy
Mend your company’s culture, the products and services will take care of themselves.
Ergonomic cubicles could save companies $20 million annually on worker’s compensation
You don’t need a pyramid hat to think straight, a well-designed office is enough.
Your workplace is your second home. Its’ time leaders & professionals addressed it as such
Their actions need to manifest the call for the already overdue, gender equality at their mahogany offices.
Statutory obligations have on more than one occasions been guilty of someone else’s wrongdoing
Consumer marketing and technology are the new skills HR managers are brandishing today to attract the top talent
It’s high time that businesses put a full-stop to sidelining pregnant women.
What began to trickle a decade ago is a roaring stream now, and it doesn’t seem to stop. Employment Flexibility is synonymous with Employee Retention today.
Emotionally engaged employees are bound to contribute more towards the business.
A sneak peak to the most common mistakes at workplace related facilities!
Advancing women equality could add up to $12 Trillion to the global GDP.
Workplace negativity can have devastating effects on the employees and their productivity because of its infectious nature. It's crucial to snip them at the roots.