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.
To really understand this, we first need to expand on our understanding of the term “employer brand” and how it is different from the “brand” that the company is selling.
The way we approach our work, how we view the world, and the person we aspire to become are all influenced by our mindset. It is evident in the way we think, act, and the outcomes that follow.
Without a doubt, after being subjected to a continuous remote-first work setting for a year or two, most employees throughout the corporate spectrum now favour a hybrid-first work model.
In many organizations the role of HR is to keep the company out of court. The role of HR is to keep the company from getting sued — by its own employees!
The two verticals are very different yet deal with people management and perception. For the untrained eye, they are often interchangeable.
Companies across the globe are witnessing a massive churn of employees that has been termed “The Great Resignation”.
TeamLease, India’s leading people supply chain company, recently launched the results of a survey conducted to understand the readiness of 300+ organizations for adopting hybrid or virtual work models, in a post-pandemic era.
After two years of working from home, things are finally moving back to normal. With a hiatus of two years working from home, employees are heading back to their official work desks.
The future of our blue-collar workforce depends largely on the strength of the learning and development structures within an organization. Blue collar workers act as the indispensable backbone for any organization.
Two years into the global pandemic, hybrid work, or a flexible corporate environment that enables employees to operate both remotely and in a physical office, has become a permanent professional fixture.
Workforce has undergone a drastic change amidst pandemic. There has been an immediate impact for an organization is on its hiring, developing and retaining strategies. The Great Resignation was a phenomenon is a history creating record breaking attrition.