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    employee engagement-3
    08 Jul
    The Future of Employee Engagement Automation

    Modern organisations are evolving into smart organisations.  The term “Smart organisation” is used to describe an organisation that is interconnected, dynamically adaptive, knowledge-based and responsive to change.  Let’s breakdown the definition.  Interconnected: They deploy the best communication practices and promote collaborative work culture. Dynamically adaptive: They are early adopters...

    background check
    08 Oct
    What Employees Should Know About Background Checks

    Background checks are frequently run as part of the pre-employment screening process when you are hired for a position. They are used by companies to help ensure the safety of your future co-workers and the company, especially if your new job will require you to...

    high performance
    13 Jul
    How to Build High-Performing Teams Through Employee Training and Development

    When accomplishing business-related tasks, few teams are as effective in reaching their goals than a high-performing team. Simply put, high-performance teams get results. A high-performing team can consistently deliver, despite the odds. Developing such a team gives you the ultimate competitive advantage. When a team is...

    Challenge Employee
    28 May
    Why Employees Are More Efficient When They Feel Challenged

    You see it all over the internet. Advice blogs, business sites, and management studies fill the search results. Articles like “Four Simple Ways to Challenge Your Employees” or “You’ll Never Believe What This Company Did to Challenge Their Employees.” While many of these articles, blog posts,...

    HR Best Practice
    02 Mar
    A Guide to HR Best Practices

    It is a known fact that the HR team has multiple goals. However, one of the forever and significant goals of the HR department is promoting employee engagement and the performance of employees. Having said that, there are a lot of ways in which the...

    10C employee engagement
    12 Jan
    The 10 C’s of Employee Engagement

    An engaged employee is an individual who is enthusiastically and completely immersed in their work. A common trait observed in engaged employees is that they care about the future of their respective organisations and are more than willing to put in additional efforts to see...

    leadership journey
    11 Dec
    Mastering Your Leadership Journey

    Leadership like any other competency, demands varied skills and talents based on the context. Hence, it is imperative that leaders need to be highly aware individuals and also strive to learn to adapt and adjust themselves to their leadership journey. Irrespective of the time (be...

    high-level executive
    08 Dec
    The Hunt For Leaders: 7 Tips For Recruiting High-Level Executives

    Recruiting the right talent for an executive position can have a huge and lasting impact on your company’s operations and success.  As such, if your organisation is looking to replace or fill in a position in your senior management team, seasoned Dubai HR executives say...

    high-performance culture
    13 Nov
    How to Build a High Performance Culture

    An organisation's culture does not only entail offering lucrative perks such as team happy hours, flexitime, salary, recreational opportunities and options and the like. While these benefits and perks certainly need to be part of a high-performance company culture, they are not the only ones....

    hr trends
    04 Oct
    10 HR Trends You Must Implement Before 2018

    Human resources has a significant role to play in developing a company. HR managers are responsible to inculcating the correct culture within the company and also put in place policies that will attract and also retain the correct employee base. There is no denying that...