In this era of fierce competition, where businesses are scrambling to gain an advantage over their rivals, employee engagement and productivity are crucial.
Organizations that put a high priority on diversity, equality, and inclusion (DEI) are well-positioned to succeed in this dynamic business realm.
The last few years have witnessed a sharp change in the demographics of the workforce, across industry segments
Recruitment has always been challenging for organizations seeking to foster growth and achieve success.
The origin of Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) management can be traced to the Industrial Revolution in Europe.
Diversity has become a buzzword in the corporate world, and for good reason. Organizations that embrace diversity and foster an inclusive work environment have been found to be more successful than those that don’t.
Indeed, the world’s #1 job site, today released the findings of the report titled ‘The Pulse of India’s Blue Collar Workforce’, which examines the state of men and women representation among the blue collar workforce in India and how blue collar organizations measure up in terms of diversity and work culture.
This year’s budget has indeed been a positive one bringing hope and happiness for the Youth of the country.
The budget provides a much-needed impetus towards empowering the education sector and youth towards helping them realize their true potential.
The focus on empowering our youth with skills is the major highlight of this budget and this will be one of the clear distinctions that will define our future.
The global energy market is witnessing a rapid transition to green alternatives or renewable sources due to increasing climate change and crude oil price shocks in recent years, which is also linked to the Russia-Ukraine war.
Human Resource Management (HRM) is undergoing a change and coming up with new techniques for effectively managing the employees. The most important benefit that an employee receives from a job is the monetary benefit or compensation.