Tag Archives: hr

Learnings from Jacob Morgan’s Book -Future of Work

In his book “Future of work”, Jacob Morgan discusses how to create an organisation that can easily navigate the upcoming workplace changes. Morgan explains in detail the trends and influences that are

Innovation in Leadership (www.peoplepal.in)

Leadership is a demanding responsibility regardless of where you work as a leader.   In VUCA landscape changes are rapid, and no leader wants to be caught unawares. A good leader should

Guest Blog:Career Builder: 4 Mindful Ideas to Write a Killer Job Ad

Regardless of the quickly changing atmosphere of online job seekers, the job advertisement remains an important resource for recruiters to drive candidates. In today’s challenging, digitized global world, the job ad must

Guest Blog -Career Builder – IT Companies Breaking the ‘Bell Curve Appraisal System’ to Retain Talent

It has been an average hike of 10-12%, which the employees of every generation have been expecting during their appraisal moment. Appraisals are typically once-a-year evaluation norm which have become monotonous in

Magic of 140 Characters

Twitter Chats are refreshing, before being active on Twitter, I used to wonder how people will communicate with 140 characters. I realised the magic of 140 characters when I started participating in

Guest Blog Career Builder – Performance Review – ‘To-Do’ Tips for Managers

It is that time again when most organizations are amidst the audit procedure of the working staff. Performance review, which is one of those mile markers for employees, is also a challenging period for

Is ROI in HR Technology Just a Number?

The human resource function is often considered a ”soft” function because it doesn’t provide any quantifiable financial data concerning its workload, and neither does it generate any revenue directly. Because of the

How is HR Analytics Changing People Management?

In today’s VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity) landscape, small and big companies are continually facing uncertainty and volatility in their operations. The working environment is increasingly becoming very complex and ambiguous.