Posts Tagged: HR

Human Resource
Work-Life Balance
August 8, 2018
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Work-life balance is about having some degree of control over when, where and how we combine work with our personal lives. A good balance is achieved when we enjoy a fulfilled life both inside and outside of our working arrangements, which is respected and accepted by everyone around us. That said, how we go about […]
HR Leadership
Secrets of Successful Teams
February 12, 2016
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To be a success is not always to be a success individually. In fact, most of the times we achieve our successes as part of a team. That is why I want to devote this issue to the secrets of successful team. We are all part of teams. Our family is a team. Our place […]
Human Resource Management
Is every company ready for Six Sigma?
January 12, 2013
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Six Sigma is not for the feint of heart. It takes courage to attack chronic problems no one has been able to solve. It takes true grit to define and collect the data needed for new insights. And, it takes staying power to see solutions become the new way of working. Is every company ready […]
Human Resource
The First Step towards Motivation at Work
October 12, 2012
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However large or small a company or business is, it is employees at all levels that can make or break it. This holds true not only for the people we hire on a regular basis, but also for temporary and contracted workers. It is as important to research and study the needs, drives, and expectations […]
Human Resource
Achieving Results by focusing on the Human Factor
February 5, 2012
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Training is generally defined as “change in behavior” – yet, how many trainers and managers forget that, using the term training only as applicable to “skills training”? What about the human element? What about those very same people we want to “train”? What about their individual beliefs, backgrounds, ideas, needs and aspirations? In order to […]
Human Resource
Diversity: New Questions, New Learning
January 5, 2012
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Academee’s unique ‘Diversity Learning Out of the Box’ board game is an innovative learning tool used by over 1,000 organizations across the globe. Now a new set of questions for facilitators is bringing the game bang up to date. This colorful, fun and engaging game enables participants to develop a clear understanding of all aspects […]
Human Resource
Talent management…
November 9, 2011
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“If I could change one thing about the industry, it would be to change the focus from ‘managing’ talent to leading and developing talent. There is a strong emphasis in the talent management industry on attracting and recruiting talent, yet still too little emphasis on long-term talent development. The key to successful long-term talent development […]
Human Resource
8 RULES FOR HIRING TALENT -SKILL
March 13, 2010
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Attitude is defined as ones’ feelings or mood – Positive or negative – toward things, circumstances or people. No matter how you may choose to define attitude, it is one of your “most priceless” or disabling possessions. You, and only you, are in charge of your attitude! You must realize that your attitude is your […]
Corporate Training Human Resource
Single Mother Wins $200,000 in Job Bias Case
March 9, 2010
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she’d need in order to attain an increase in her sales commission. Then, on June 2, 2006, Lockwood’s 4-year-daughter Lily woke up with pinkeye. She called a manager to request rescheduling a meeting since she wouldn’t be able to come to work. A half hour later, the manager called back with words that chilled Lockwood: […]
Life
HUMAN CAPITAL IS OFF SHORED TO INDIA
October 1, 2009
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India is likely to get a large amount of offshore HR work in the next three years. According to a study by Everest Group, a global consulting and research firm, some 111 global HRO (human resources outsourcing) contracts worth $6 billion are nearing term end in 2010-12 and 75-85 percent of these engagements are likely […]
Life
WE DESERVE THE BOOT
June 9, 2009
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Australian skipper after losing match at the initial stage of world cup of 20-20 match said, “It was disappointing to lose the match. Can’t explain the reason for the defeat .We committed so many mistakes in this match that’s why we deserve the defeat. Can’t play such kind of game. We knew that we have […]
Life
WE NEED TECHNOCRATE WITH HEART
June 8, 2009
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J.R.D. Tata said, “Leading with affection.” This phrase is to be kept in mind during the time of global slowdown. Technology is the most important but use technology with heart. We cannot do away with soft factors and nor can they stand alone. Change in HR strategy is required to cope up with the economic […]
Leadership Life
EMERSON LIVED FOR 360 YEARS
May 29, 2009
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One morning, an unknown person asked a question to Emerson.  “What is your age?”   “360 years,” Emerson replied.  “I am asking your real age?” unknown person asked him another time.  “I have used my time six times. Actually speaking, I have lived for 60 years but I have used six times the actual time. That’s […]
Human Resource Management Team Building
PEOPLE PLAY INVISIBLE BEHAVIOURAL GAMES
May 29, 2009
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In business houses, employees play politics. By politicking an employee breaks down the team spirit. Team is divided into small groups. Small groups become very active and they hold meetings after official meeting. They discuss among themselves, what to do on the decisions which are taken in the meeting.  Meeting after meeting is an attitude […]
Life
HE IS A VERY LATE RISER …GETS UP AT 10.30 A.M……
May 25, 2009
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India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani is unplugging his lifestyle. His name is listed out in Fortune 500 companies and 100 richest persons of the world. Let us dive deep in his life. Sunday morning; he is a late riser, gets up at 10.30 a.m. You may find him at Mysore café or Swati snacks in […]
Corporate Training Leadership Life
OHH GOD!!! IT’S MONDAY AGAIN
May 18, 2009
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If you are enjoying your vocation then you are on vacation otherwise you are on job. I am really afraid of the phrase “JOB SATISFACTION.” There can be work satisfaction. Job cannot create satisfaction. Only work can create satisfaction. Employees can have work satisfaction attitude instead of job satisfaction attitude. Work is connected with passion […]
Corporate Training Human Resource Leadership Management
CEOs BEWARE. LOYALTY IS A TWO-WAY PROCESS
May 18, 2009
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Loyalty is not a One-way process. It is a Two-way process. Can you imagine an organization when CEO is absent and employees are present? The most of the work is done smoothly on that day. Now think of the day where CEO is present and all the employees are absent. You can imagine the end result. […]
Life
MATCHLESS IDENTITY
May 13, 2009
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 “You don’t want to be merely the best. You want to be the only ones who do what you do.” said by Jerrry Garcia. You are the only one in the world and time has come to prove it by actions only .( people may doubt your words  but not results)
Life
PEOPLE WITH NEGATIVE DOMAIN
April 17, 2009
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How many times have you met a man with negative thoughts? What’s your reaction after meeting him? Don’t you think you find yourself less enthusiastic, dull or even without any charm……? YES I FEEL IT. But, you know you can’t tell him because he is very close or he is your boss or you have […]
Human Resource
Why Do People Hate HR?
October 3, 2008
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I have been working as an adjunct member of corporate HR departments for most of my professional career. Even though I am not enthusiastic discussing benefits policy, I have strong feelings of support and sympathy for my fellow HR professionals. So I was saddened by the somewhat nasty (as well as somewhat accurate) attack on […]