From Personnel department to Human Resource function to People Strategy, people management has come a long way to be at the centre of corporate game. With the workforce becoming more dynamic day by day, and changing the façade of the corporate culture, organisations are now encouraged to adopt new talent management practices. In continuation to […]
In the world of corporate performance appraisals, there’s a tried-and-true method that has stood the test of time: the bell curve. Also known as the normal distribution curve or Gaussian curve, this method helps organizations evaluate and categorize employee performance. Let’s take a closer look at what the bell curve method is all about.
India’s struggle for independence was a monumental chapter in its history stretched over not only a few years but centuries, marked by the bravery and determination of numerous freedom fighters who fought tirelessly for the nation’s liberation.
The history of the education system in India is rich and diverse, spanning several millennia. It has evolved through different Peaks and downfalls, influenced by various cultures, and ruling dynasties. Somewhere in 6th Century BCE – 6th Century CE, India was home to some of the world’s earliest and glorified universities, such as Nalanda, Takshashila, […]
In my previous articles I focussed on corporate side of interviewing mindfulness. I take this space and opportunity today to throw some light on tiny yet mighty aspects that a candidate be mindful while preparing for the job interview.
Diversity and inclusion (D&I) are closely linked values held by many organizations. It entails being supportive of different groups of individuals from varied races, ethnicities, religions, abilities, genders, and sexual orientations. A diverse and inclusive workplace is essentially one that makes every employee or
staff member, regardless of who they are or what their role is, feel equally involved in all areas of the workplace.
For the past several years, D&I has garnered the center stage in the world of human resources. From the #genderequality, #Pride, #BlackLivesMatter and #MeToo movements to the various corporate diversity reports coming out, it has truly occupied the limelight in every conversation. We have seen organizations conduct D&I trainings, give away handouts and literature. The topic is everywhere, in every
possible HR discussion forum. From sexism and racism to ableism and ageism, the fight for D&I is a battle on many fronts.
Power Interviewing Moving on from our last article on basic mindfulness of conducting interview discussions, its time to remind ourselves about the effectiveness of some simple and yet important questions. Interviewing is both an art and a science, and with enough preparation you can reap the rewards in the form of an awesome new hire […]
Dear Interviewing Managers, it’s time to wonder if your interview sessions have larger impact and why should you be mindful and structured when in one Let’s start with the START.A job interview is not only a conversation between a you as employer and a job applicant but a crucial opportunity to display organisation’s culture and […]
Besides bringing into focus the growing number of cases each day, it is deeply impacting and transforming the way the economy operates. Making headlines recently, is the transformation in ‘labour laws’ proposed by few Indian state governments like Gujrat, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra and Punjab through exempting various parts of labour laws.