The start of the year always brings about bursts of energy. We all aim and try to be more productive and focus on our job to get that promotion, to be the performer of the year, to get adulation from our colleagues and bosses.
Career reboot: Qentelli doesn’t let a sabbatical affect a candidate’s career. We look for people with passion, and we provide opportunities for them to create their own paths.
Rewards and recognition (R&R) is a system where people are acknowledged for their performance through tangible perks, verbal and nonverbal communications.
Arresting attrition is perhaps one of the greatest challenges for HR managers today. While there can be individual reasons for employees leaving an organisation, a remarkably high attrition rate may point towards a lack of belongingness among the employees.
Employee-employer dynamics have changed as a result of the pandemic’s acceleration of digital transformation into the future. In my opinion, the year 2023 represents HR’s best chance to reframe the function’s value in the post-pandemic world.
The responsibilities of HR leaders have shifted from basic administrative initiatives to decision-making, influencing, and ensuring alignment between company strategy and the workforce.
We are amid massive global corporate shifts, moving to an increasingly automated ecosystem. The skill requirements vary by the day and job profiles become more demanding, trumping the hiring and retention practices of organizations.
Rewards and recognition are a key part of building successful teams. They help create internal energy, which is not just infectious but also a great motivator for other employees.
There has always been a burning Debate on the matter that whether the HR Heads/CHROs can be next Gen CEOs. Historically, heads of HR haven’t been contenders for the CEO’s post as they were perceived to be lacking in financial acumen and business knowledge.
The Human Resources function has long been trivialized as the official Rangoli organizer of an organization, when in fact, HR can do/be so much more than just a hiring, payroll managing transactional function.
As Bill Gates said, “We all need people who will give us feedback. That is how we will improve”, we often underestimate the power of feedback and how beautifully it can work for our growth, both professional and personal.
It is often said that a happy workplace is likely to be the one that is most productive. Organizations today place increasing importance on creating a conducive work culture, treating all employees as equal, fostering diversity, and most importantly, giving people the freedom to be themselves at work.