• How Employees Can Bring About Positive Changes in Organizational Culture

    How Employees Can Bring About Positive Changes in Organizational Culture

    By Edupliance | 13th June, 2016At the heart of each workplace, the basic building block is always the same – an employee.Employees should be encouraged to look forward to working every day in the company, not just because it’s their job, but because they love being there! Many business owners and entrepreneurs fail to estimate the power of a positive work environment which can be detrimental to success.So, What Exactly Is Organizational Culture?In short, organizational culture is the image of a brand or organization that it portrays to current and future employees. This culture stems from the core values, attitudes, mission and vision... Read More

  • Coach your staff and earn due respect at your workplace.

    Coach your staff and earn due respect at your workplace.

    By Edupliance | 6th May, 2016Have you recently been conferred with a managerial position at your workplace or are you a veteran manager at your business? Do you struggle to get the respect your position deserves?You are not alone! There are many managers who do not get the respect their position commands from their colleagues and subordinates. Do not get worried, there are slight changes you need to make in your attitude and soon you will be earning respect the way it is meant to be.How to Earn Respect without Bossing Your Staff? First of all, if you lack leadership skills, there is lots of scope to improve. Remember, this position has... Read More

  • Mental Illness – The Silent Killer!

    Mental Illness – The Silent Killer!

    By Edupliance | 22nd April, 2016Mental illness is a neurological condition, which causes a disorder in a person’s normal way of thinking or behavior.Many people around us, generally 1 in every 4 people are undergoing some kind of mental stress due to abuse, trauma or inherent disabilities. Some cases are:Affective disordersDementia and deliriumPsychotic disordersAlcohol and substance misuseAnxiety and somatoform disordersPersonality disordersSleep, eating and sexual disordersDue to such issues, they tend to get abusive, violent and can react abruptly to normal situations as well, disrupting peace around them and creating an... Read More

  • How to make an autistic person feel comfortable at your workplace?

    How to make an autistic person feel comfortable at your workplace?

    By Edupliance | April 15, 2016Autistic persons or people who suffer from a mental disorder are normal human beings. They just see the world from a different perspective. To eliminate bias and hatred against autistic or differently abled children and individuals, it is important to educate the masses about the endless possibilities autistic people are born with.To address the perpetual need for widespread public awareness and core education on Autism, it is important to provide the normally-born people with training and education to help them support individuals born with Autism and how to treat them with care and respect.What is... Read More

  • Precautions you should take before sending out your CV publicly.

    Precautions you should take before sending out your CV publicly.

    By Edupliance | 8th April, 2016A CV is like a short summary about your professional life. However, it also contains details about you that if fall into the wrong hands, may have dire consequences for you.Every professionally made CV contains personal details about you like your name, address, date of birth, schools and colleges you studied at, educational qualifications you possess and the list of businesses and employers you worked for in the past.In today’s cyber world, you should be very careful while posting your resume online. It is a perfect career strategy to find new job prospects by posting a CV online but any job seeker’s... Read More

  • Why Behavior Based Interviewing is the preferred choice for most employers?

    Why Behavior Based Interviewing is the preferred choice for most employers?

    By Edupliance | 9th March, 2016Times are changing and so have the methods of interviewing an employee for a job. Earlier on, only questions related to your core competencies and your previous experience were asked. If you got everything correct, you were hired!Now, it is the 21st century and interviews have taken a massive leap towards personalitybased questions rather than bookish knowledge. Candidates are questioned on the basis of the job’s requirements and not what they have already achieved. This method is called Behavioral Based Interviewing which forms questions on the basis of the candidate’s approach to the interview and his/her... Read More