Managing Human Resources is very tough in any organisation, big or small. Regulations are increasing, workforces are becoming more dynamic and organisations are starting to do more with less. Therefore, it is fair to agree that mistakes can happen in the world of HR management.Read More
Every organisation has its own brand; they work on promoting their brand among several markets in order to keep up with competition and rise to the top. Similarly, every employee in every organisation has their own brand image. They have a reputation to maintain, within their own team as well as among other departments. Developing your personal brand image is essential if you want a career advancement – it is your key identifier and what makes you valuable to an organisation.Read More
Today’s workforce is becoming more and more multigenerational with the different generations that now exist – Baby Boomers, Generation X, Generation Y (Millennials) and even Generation Z. One of the biggest challenges that managers face is finding the right balance in managing and motivating the engagement of multigenerational employees. These diverse generations create difficulties for managers trying to adapt to the work styles, perspectives and motivational factors of each generation. Hence, bridging the gap between each generation is a difficult task to solve. Given below are a few tips that will help managers in increasing the engagement and collaboration of their diversified workforce.Read More
According to many employers around the world, job seekers often ask “How do I not get jobs that I am qualified for and that I find challenging?” What these people really want to know is “How do I get a job that will appreciate my skills and something I find interesting?”
Majority of the people who apply for jobs do not want it to be “challenging”. They think they do but the truth is, most people want a job where they feel their contributions give value to the organisation and where they maximize the utilization of their best skills.Read More
The issue that most organisations seem to face is the lack of enthusiasm in the employees that are hired. At first, there is excitement and dedication, but the more paperwork they fill out and the more rules and regulations that are spoken about lead to demotivation of employees at the start of the job. All the energy is erased through the onboarding process, ultimately causing employees to be left in a wilderness of paperwork.Read More
Every boss wants to be great at what they do. However, not every boss has the ability of fulfilling the brief. They fail to remember that being a good boss is quite simple; keeping your employees happy and satisfied at all times. This does not always mean that they demand a higher pay. Most employees just want to be appreciated for the work they do and a simple compliment will keep them motivated and will contribute to an increase in productivity in the workplace. Great bosses have a number of characteristics, but the most prominent are the 3 P’s – Presence, Praise and PromiseRead More
The first thought that occurs at the mention of “HR” is “boring”. What is Human Resource? It is about people. How could that possibly be boring? It is not typically considered something someone could be creative with. However, this is not exactly the case.
In many organisations, the biggest questions that most employees ask are
- Why is creativity not looked for at work?Read More
- Why is being creative with HR a challenge?
- How can creativity be brought upon the organisation?