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Quotes can be a good way to keep employees focused. Using them in memos, displaying them on bulletin boards, and/or featuring them in employee newsletters on a regular basis can help plant the seed of awareness in each employee’s heart and mind. Given that today’s workplace experience unprecedented situation due to COVID-19 outbreak, using workplace […]Continue reading

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The higher employee engagement is, the more willing employees are to put in discretionary effort (such as: go the extra mile). But, employee satisfaction and engagement are difficult to actualise because of employee turnover, dynamic nature of work, existing organisational hierarchy, and differing perspectives among workers, their immediate supervisors, senior management and human resource practitioners. […]Continue reading

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Aon plc has released the results of a new global pulse survey focused on how companies are rethinking their human capital strategies in response to the humanitarian and economic impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The COVID-19 crisis has forced companies to evaluate employees beyond their current roles and look closely at employee potential, […]Continue reading

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Objective and fair selection criteria should be consistently applied at all stages of the recruitment process. This will help ensure that the best candidate, assessed based on the candidate’s ability to perform a job, is recruited to fill the post. Staff involved in the recruitment process, including human resource staff, hiring managers, line supervisors and […]Continue reading

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The Government of India has approved the introduction of a credit-linked subsidy programme called Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) for generation of employment opportunities through establishment of micro enterprises in rural as well as urban areas. PMEGP will be a central sector scheme to be administered by the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium […]Continue reading

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A key role of the human resources team is ensuring that the organisation has the right people performing well in leadership roles at all levels. This means HR must focus attention in five key areas, including job architecture, incumbent assessment, performance definition, recognition, and leadership capacity. In the terms of leadership capacity, HR bears the […]Continue reading

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Workplace studies and surveys have suggested there are at least four factors shaping the future of work, including globalisation, technology, consumerization, and general differences. In order to survive the future, business leaders must adjust themselves by adopting postures that help them successfully reconcile tomorrow’s challenges and opportunities. Along with these changes, the HR community is […]Continue reading

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