Having HR in your startup will make sure that you launch your business with the right foot forward.
Will work go back to normal again after the Covid-19 pandemic? The short answer is no.
As 2020 continues as a year of uncertainty, how we adapt can make all the difference to the people we’re leading
Well known organizations are beginning to look beyond a college education when hiring new staff. But what’s the reason behind it? And what will be impact be on both the business and workers?
COVID-19 has posed a threat to D&I, here we explore why prioritising the focus will be of benefit throughout your recovery
Remote work is here to stay, but how can innovation happen in a workplace with no fixed location?
Who are the Xennials and Why Visual Communication is an Effective Tool to Manage Them
In the post-COVID-19 crisis landscape, a strong succession plan is critical
In the shadow of Covid-19, how HR can make for an easier transition
By integrating Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs in our strategy, we now have a more structured approach on how to support employees during these challenging times.
We thought we had more time to adjust to the inevitable transition from traditional brick-and-mortar, nine-to-five work arrangements.
Hitting your targets, working long hours, doing more than your share when it comes to getting everyone hot drinks; these are all ways you can be more popular with your bosses and colleagues at work.
The challenge ahead for business as usual
Learn how to write an application letter to stand out from the crowd.
Not all of us are ready for the new normal. Find out how you can communicate your back to work guidelines to your employees without sounding insensitive.
Learn how to write a great resume so you spend less time applying and more time making money.
Any crisis is a new opportunity. It is only necessary not to give up and find ways to overcome
How harnessing it can make a positive impact on your people & talent
There still seems to be a long road ahead, but what should we being doing to ensure employees no longer have to feel such issues in the workplace? #MeToo and what’s next for HR.
Adapting to the disruption of Covid-19 presents a challenging task ahead