Tag Archives: SPHR

Guest Blog: Concept of the Gap Year -Changing the Workforce in India

It was recently announced that Malia Obama would be going to Harvard for her further studies. Before she embarks on the incredible journey in one of the most prestigious colleges in the

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 – 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

Learning to Live without recognition is a skill that many employees need to have in VUCA times

VUCA is an acronym that stands for volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. Learning to live without recognition is a skill that many employees need to have in VUCA times today. Volatility refers

How Human Resource can Leverage on Cloud Computing

Cloud computing…!! A few years ago this term might have appeared as something straight out of a science fiction movie. Computers and clouds, how do they come together? Cloud computing refers to

Guest Blog : Social Media and the Changing Recruitment Trends

Internet uprising has brought in strong changes in the way people communicate with each other. Social media consisting of web based and mobile technologies have altered communication into a social interface for

Qualities that distinguish women leaders in management

Because women leaders are essentially placed under a microscope, it is vitally important they utilize managerial techniques which value the self-worth of each person that falls under their management Proper leadership and

International Assignment – A Motivational Tool

If an employee perceives future career advancement, they will be grateful for the opportunity to  gain management skills and are more likely to retain employment. This also affects their level of organizational