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  • The concept of using Big Data and HR Analytics in the workplace has become a debatable issue when it was revealed how certain employers are using the help of outside data firms to forecast the health risks of its employees. People expressed their concerns as they felt...

  • What is a Leadership Style? A leadership style differs from a leadership trait. A leadership trait is similar to a personality trait. In other words, it is stable, and it tends to be active in different situations. For instance, if an individual is an extrovert, this...

  • A lot of individuals these days are quite keen to consider a career in Human Resources. It is a fast paced growth oriented career field which offers many lucrative opportunities for HR generalists, managers and more. Career analysts have predicted that the Human Resources job sector...

  • One of the key contributing factors to bagging a lucrative job in the corporate sector is professionally well-written resume (CV). Irrespective of the fact if you are a new entrant to the corporate world or planning to make a shift for a better opportunity, you need...

  • Today’s business climate is all about change. As an modern organisation, that means you need to embrace the mindset to quickly shift, pivot and change your strategic goals as business needs change. Technology plays a key factor in this, and that means your technology solution should reflect the experience your...

  • One of the most powerful tool’s at a manager’s disposal to strengthen performance at the workplace is providing feedback. Positive feedback intends to focus on identifying and reinforcing the type of behaviours which helps in promoting high levels of performance. Negative feedback which is also...

  • Feedback as a concept is important for the mutual growth of both employees and employers alike. Employee Satisfaction Surveys helps a business to be focused towards its goals. Over the years research has proved that an organisation which has satisfied and motivated employees contribute towards...

  • When it comes to corporate training, quite often organisations are baffled whether they should lean towards a formal or an informal training program. While there are multiple opinions on both the forms of learning, there is certainly more than one approach for each one of...

  • One of the common issues that HR managers raise is that their recruiting teams are always bombarded with resumes which are poorly written thereby making the process of identifying potential candidates an uphill and tedious task, especially when looking to hire a future leader. In...

  • To understand the primary differences between knowledge, skills, and abilities, try to answer this question: Do you know how to cut meat? It seems to be a rather simple question, doesn't it? But if you reflection, you pretty quickly can distinguish between ‘knowledge’ and ‘skills and abilities’! In...