In most organizations, compensation information isn’t made public. Most of us don’t know how much money our co-workers make. But what happens when you do stumble on this sort of information — and discover that a peer makes more money than you do?
Workers who are the most innovative or productive or those who possess visionary leadership are inevitably propelled to the top. That’s the image many of us have of the workplace. In reality, the practice of favoring and promoting relatives or paramours, more commonly known as nepotism, is widely practiced in companies large and small across the country.
Talent acquisition and retention will continue to be biggest challenge of every HR Manager. How HR Manager attracts, retains and energies a diverse and skilled manpower will shape up the future Organization.
Diversity and Inclusion has become a buzz-word in the corporate sector now. Every organization suddenly has inclusion initiatives taking place. But what is the missing piece – there are two of them.
It’s often said that mistakes provide great learning opportunities. However, it’s much better not to make mistakes in the first place. Human resources management in itself, though is construed to be anybody’s cup of tea, increasingly is being known as a difficult function where humans (employees) have to be dealt with care
It can be difficult to process and initial reactions often include wondering if you have done something wrong, and can encourage you to doubt your own management style or even business plan
Resume writing is both a Science & much more an Art. Infact, these days, it has become a business, where professionals help you write out Resumes in different formats based on your seniority & type of role you are keen on.
One of the primary talents international leaders need today is the ability to manage and leverage cultural differences. Today’s manager has to work in both international and cross-cultural environments.
Retirement is a time when income drops and expenses rise. In one word, retirement is an end to the daily struggle for the salaried persons who spend 8-10 hours every day at work. However we cannot say that retirement is really a great relief in some cases like if someone is retrenched in mid-life!
Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. But, whether the person you work for is a micromanager, has anger management problems, displays favoritism towards one person, is a flat-out workplace bully, or has his/her own insecurities, you still have to make the best of the situation and make it work as long as either of you are in the organisation together.
The coming year will see a surge of new Digital Business Opportunities for HRs. From recruitment to training to employee engagement and employee retentions, Human Resource Department must be prepared to grasp these new digital business patterns with open arms.
This topic can be interpreted in 2 ways- One is how should one prepare & do a Performance Review as a 1st time People Manager & the other one is if you’re a new employee, how should one prepare for a performance review to be conducted by one’s supervisor.