In our society where extroverted behaviour is slightly favoured over introverted traits, it may be easy for you to overlook the talent and potential in your introverted employees. It may feel like a challenge to identify talents in your introverted employees when they are more soft-spoken and reserved. But once you realise how much potential are within these quiet individuals, you would wish that you unleashed their potential sooner!
Nearly 50% of employees who are in the workforce would need to reskill their competencies to keep up their positions and there is a considerable demand for hiring a candidate with sought-out skills in this post-pandemic era.
When a business faces a sudden challenge, its environment changes drastically along with the employers and employees. Some couldn't adapt to the sudden changes, developing a stressful and hostile workplace. However, some people ride the wave without any stress and even achieve success. How did they do that?
One of the most critical jobs for any company during COVID-19 would be recruitment. As recruitment requires physical appearance, it increases the health risk of every employee and candidate. So, how do you do it safely?
Integrity is essential for any workplace. It’s expected in all sorts of professional fields and especially in works where one must maintain two or more sides. Human Resources is no exception. In fact, it requires top-notch integrity and ethics to make fair decisions and do the right thing.
If you’re an HR manager, you know the value of an employee management software. It can potentially help you in the following aspects: Easy information access, No room for human errors, Better productivity, Data storage and analysis, Employee central
With the world constantly upgrading and developing, the challenges in every sector increased immensely. The same goes for HRM.
Few things can be as irritating as dealing with middle managers, especially middle managers who refuse to delegate responsibility and instead choose to micromanage you...
Ever wondered how the HR manager, to whom we are but a head count in a large company, decide who to recruit, promote, or even...