For a business, it is very important that its employees are engaged and invested in making the business a success. It is not only important in getting everyday tasks done, but also helps the
Before you start spinning numbers and planning activities, you need to realize that employee engagement is a mindset. The only way that an engagement strategy will yield results is if you start with the
Traditionally, human resources have been considered, well, very human. HR decisions are thought to be based on quality not quantity; psychology, not digits. But with innovations in the business intelligence arena, all that is
Few sectors are as starved for human resources as the IT industry. With the current tech boom showing no signs of stopping anytime soon, companies often find it difficult to acquire and keep high-quality
Social Media has been recognized as a key tool for interacting with consumers as it enables two-way conversation between brands and consumers which was previously unavailable. Social Media platforms are used to generate buzz
As your company’s HR professional, you have a fine line to walk: On one side, you’re the defender of work — the company’s disciplinarian should that work consistently fall short. On the other, you’re
Are you working in an office environment, sitting at a desk for the majority of the day? Worryingly, the average office worker spends around 10 hours sitting down, if you include the daily commute
When you’re used to doing the same thing at work day in and day out, just going to a different shift or a new department can cause your body to react in strange ways.
Employee engagement is not an exact science. So far, the whole concept has been built on HR experience, positive psychology and business models that engage a company’s talent towards a productive culture of success.
Companies all over the world hire employees so that they can be a valuable addition to their team. One way of boosting their productivity would be to provide them with necessary training so that they