• Creating and Maintaining Company Culture

    Creating and Maintaining Company Culture

    “Organizational culture is the sum of values and rituals which serve as ‘glue’ to integrate the members of the organization.” — Richard Perrin“It oversimplifies the situation in large organizations to assume that there is only one culture… and it’s risky for new leaders to ignore the sub-cultures.” — Rolf WinklerThe core building block of every company is essentially a human being. Since almost every human being in your workforce contributes towards the running culture in the organization, it becomes essential to brandish your business’s image and values in a positive light to new and old workers alike. In most workplaces exist various... Read More

  • Payroll Mistakes That Cost Your Workplace Serious Money!

    Payroll Mistakes That Cost Your Workplace Serious Money!

    By Edupliance | 28th September, 2016Payroll calculation isn’t as tough as it used to be in older times. Today, with the myriad of payroll software available in the market, payroll calculation becomes a breeze, but miscalculations can always occur due to human error. What lazy and complacent payroll management professionals fail to understand is that one minor calculative error in payroll can bring the IRS knocking on your workplace’s door.Chances are that your business has already encountered many payroll issues when it was too late to realize them. In this article, we have compiled the most common issues in payroll calculation that not... Read More

  • Making Safety Training Sessions Engaging and Not Feel like Punishment

    Making Safety Training Sessions Engaging and Not Feel like Punishment

    By Edupliance | 12th September, 2016If you or some of your co-workers messed up during a critical workplace safety situation, chances are that your entire staff might be sent into a training program to address the shortcomings in your response time.This is where the catch is – different situations demand different trainings, but this does not happen. Not only do employees get bored by attending the same training all over again, this disciplinary action starts to feel like a punishment rather than an important lesson in safety.Why Do Training Exercises Feel Like Punishment To Many Employees?Research has shown that re-training tends to... Read More

  • Decision-Making during Turbulent Times

    Decision-Making during Turbulent Times

    By Edupliance | 22nd August, 2016Abraham Lincoln, the former American president, is probably at the epitome as a ‘decision-maker’. He led his decisions like he meant them. However, in today’s world things are way too different. Due to various factors like evolving markets, technology changes, socio-cultural events, etc. challenging decisions are forcing us into deliberation – this is where the problem lies; many employees and company leaders are afraid to assume a leadership role for fear of decisions turning out wrong.Why Is Decision-Making So Stressful At Corporate Levels? Decisions are easy to make when they are not ‘life-deciding’.... Read More

  • Attract High-Quality Candidates with These Hiring Best-Practices

    Attract High-Quality Candidates with These Hiring Best-Practices

    By Edupliance | 8th August, 2016The hiring process is an art – you need the talent to be able to sift through stacks of resumes to find the best possible candidate for the job. But, the question arises, do you really need stacks of resumes to find a suitable employee? Not really.Interviewing and recruitment is part and parcel of the hiring process of a company, however, if done improperly, it can cost the company valuable time and also incur bad hire costs.The Typical Hiring Process – Mundane and OutdatedThe stereotypical hiring process begins with antiquated job descriptions, consulting consultancies, reviewing bucket-loads of resumes,... Read More

  • Steps on How to Curb Gender Bias Due To Performance Reviews

    Steps on How to Curb Gender Bias Due To Performance Reviews

    By Edupliance | 11th July, 2016According to a survey more than 68% of women agreed that gender bias exists in modern workplaces. Gender bias is not a new thing in corporate culture; women have been taking the hit in their careers ever since they stepped-out of just donning their household roles and decided to work in corporate arenas as well. In almost every workplace, there exists a huge gender disparity between female and male workers owing to male-dominated workplaces.Shockingly, the number of female CEOs in the Fortune 500 CEO list is just 22! Women leaders currently hold a dismal 4.4% of the total Fortune 500 CEO roles. This directly... Read More