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  • Workplace stress is a part and parcel of everyday work life. In fact, a controlled amount of stress helps employees to push themselves to perform better and meet deadlines. However, there is a fine line difference between motivational stress and just stress in itself. Stress...

  • The way organisations function these days is very different compared to previous times. Organisations nowadays operate in a transparent manner where every decision and conduct is being monitored quite closely. Social media platforms such as Facebook and LinkedIn are empowering employees by providing them with...

  • Consider a situation where a robot can easily do your job. The very thought of it is kind of unsettling, isn’t it? But it is slowly taking the shape of a real possibility shortly. According to Australia’s Future Workforce report, by the year 2030, around...

  • Individuals with a toxic disposition usually defy all kinds of logic. Some of them may be genuinely unaware of the negative impact that they may have on people in and around them. There may be some who seem to derive a sadist kind of pleasure...

  • One of the mantras to boost employee morale, inspire excellent performance, and promote a warm corporate culture is to create a culture of open communication within your organisation. Let’s take a look at some simple means of integrating open employee feedback into your organisation. Always...

  • One of the best ways to be successful in all areas of life is to adopt is to develop a positive mental attitude. Having a positive attitude towards life, in general, makes you a happier person. It develops you into an individual that other people...

  • Workforce planning ensures an organisation has the right kind of employees who have the appropriate skills at the right moment. This workforce planning model helps the HR of an organisation to figure out the gaps in the current workforce. It also helps to figure out...

  • The importance of current and future talent from a business perspective is much more mission-critical these days. That is why organisations are so focused towards retaining the right kind of talent. As a result, industry has shifted from a short-term recruitment mentality towards a long-term...

  • According to Maslow’s theory of Hierarchy of Needs, one of the basic human needs just next to physical safety is ‘connection’. The book ‘Drive’ by Daniel Pink describes a test known as the ‘pronoun test’  when speaking to employees to figure out the level of...

  • Employees continuously speak about working as a team, building the team, refer to the team as “my team”, yet a few of them truly understand how they can create the real experience of teamwork or how they can help to develop an effective team. The sense...