July, 22, 2017
Being a Good Boss
15 Jul
2011
  • Posted by Shubha Kasivisweswaran
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A good boss doesn’t just lead his team but also engages with them and importantly, mentors them onto the right track

Exceeding the brief
15 May
2011
  • Posted by S Meera
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An intrapreneur is an ideal employee – doing not just what his role demands, but providing and implementing ideas that take an organisation to the next level

Learning from Failure
15 May
2011
  • Posted by Shubha Kasivisweswaran
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Despite all efforts, there are times when one fails – it is beyond debate that learning from that instance to never commit the same mistakes is the best way to grow as an individual and the same applies to an organisation

The Social spread
15 Apr
2011
  • Posted by Shubha Kasivisweswaran
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The smarter organisations have moved past the debate on social media. They are now working hard and fast at finding ways to adopt it and make it work for them

I Love Going to Work!
15 Mar
2011
  • Posted by Jaya Narayan
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Getting employees to say just that is becoming a top priority for many organisations. And a ‘fun at work’ initiative provides a great means to engage employees, increase accountability and enhance productivity

Reward result, recognise effort
15 Mar
2011
  • Posted by Shubha Kasivisweswaran
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High pressure and high intensity are all part of the job definition when one is in sales. So what value can HR bring to the sales function in an organisation?

Compensation philosophy
15 Feb
2011
  • Posted by Shubha Kasivisweswaran
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Getting compensation policies right is a must for the HR function. In this piece, we take a look at how pay scales have changed over the years and the factors that have influenced this change

Benefit from cross-learning
15 Jan
2011
  • Posted by Shuba Kasi
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In an effort to cope with change, human resources must learn from other functions within the organisation

Training at a startup
15 Jan
2011
  • Posted by Jaya Narayan
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Employee training is essential to achieve success in a startup, but, this training is most impactful when the chief-executive officer spearheads the learning culture and every employee is accountable for his or her own development

The chief and his people
15 Dec
2010
  • Posted by Shuba Kasi
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In these competitive times, one resource that differentiates an organisation from its competition is its people. And for employees of an organisation to thrive, there needs to be a defined relationship between the functions of human resource and top management, especially, the CEO

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