Business people spend majority of their waking hours at work. So, it's not surprising when romance is sparked at the office.
Everyone has a bad day at work now and then. You may furiously leave your office swearing you’ll put in your one month’s notice soon. But how do you know when you should give your job a second chance, or when it’s really time to quit?
Values are the basic and fundamental beliefs that guide or motivate attitudes or actions. Organizations define Core Values such as Integrity, Commitment, Excellence, Passion, Courage, Responsibility, Quality, Agility, Collaboration, Diversity etc.
Human Resources encompasses all things relating to the recruitment, support and training of employees within a business. With little time and resources, it can be easy to put off HR responsibilities but if you ignore the HR basics in the very beginning, your business may be negatively affected. Nurturing your employees is equivalent to nurturing your business.
It’s one of those things you think you’ll never do, but then one day it actually seems appealing. Or seems like the most sensible thing to do. Sure, you may have your concerns, like “What will they think that I’m coming back?”
Attracting and keeping young, skilled employees is important and often difficult for today’s businesses. Following the tips below will help increase the satisfaction of your employees with their job, and as a result lower recruiting costs and make your company more productive.
Organizational culture refers to the collective behavior of the people who make up an organization; this includes their values, visions, norms, working language, systems, symbols, beliefs, and habits.
First being, I recently met a young fellow HR professional at an event. While we were chatting up, he shared with me that he had moved out of his last regular corporate job due to excessive harassment by his boss over an extended period due to which he developed a medical condition & later had to be operated since medicines could not contain his deteriorating state
Good managers understand how to get the best out of their employees. They take the time to get to know their employees’ personalities and how those personalities affect the team dynamics. For managers with extroverted employees, this means understanding where extroverts draw their energy from and how to direct that energy to help them achieve success.
There’s a huge misconception in the business world that you need to be loud, powerful, assertive, sticking your chest out and grinding to get what you want.
Mention sexual harassment, and you’re likely to picture a sleazy boss acting inappropriately with an unwilling female associate. But harassment often assumes many forms and can occur with both male and female workers.
For many people, including myself, the word ‘bullying’ may spark unpleasant memories from the school playground. When I left school I imagined a life free of bullying. I thought to myself that I have experienced bullying as a kid and teen and I have learned ways to cope and so surely I would not be bullied in my adult life.