• Employee Retention Strategies That You Need To Know

    Employee Retention Strategies That You Need To Know

    An effective employee retention program looks through the team’s point of view. It addresses concerns related to their desires, goals, appreciation for their work and assurance of being paid fairly. It also helps that they are both excited and challenged by their job.  But it also goes beyond the basics. Your efforts should actually start on a new hire’s first day on the job as the training and support you provide from that day sets the tone for the employee’s tenure and the path for job satisfaction.  Here are the key strategies to improve your organization’s employee retention and boost employee... Read More

  • Is Peer Pressure Undermining Your Success At Work?

    Is Peer Pressure Undermining Your Success At Work?

    Peer pressure at work is when employees tend to be overwhelmed by the quality or amount of work which is done by other fellow colleagues in the office. Sometimes when certain employees perform better in office, it leaves other co-workers with an inferiority complex. Since the performance of some employees at office work is better as compared to others, the management may start developing an inclination and bias towards them. Hence the other employees feel neglected and sometimes this employee competition has ill effects on the functioning of the team. Sometimes team leaders with bad intentions, tend to take away the credit for a particular... Read More

  • 5 Tips To Stop Harassment In The Workplace

    5 Tips To Stop Harassment In The Workplace

    Workplace harassment is conduct, actions, behavior and statements made to or about an individual or a group of individuals, which creates an uncomfortable work environment. In order to have a safe and supportive workplace where employees thrive and ultimately contribute to a company’s success, preventive steps must be taken to stop harassment of all kinds! If you’re an employer subject to federal anti-discrimination laws, you have a legal obligation to provide a work environment that is free from intimidation, insult, or ridicule based on race, color, religion, gender, or national origin. Here are a few tips you can use:Your... Read More

  • 6 Strategies To Create A Diverse And Inclusive Workplace For Your Employees

    6 Strategies To Create A Diverse And Inclusive Workplace For Your Employees

    Google was trending in the news recently for creating a new offbeat resource towards inclusive workplaces. Bloomberg reported that its employees have started an informal internal weekly email list aptly named “Yes, at Google” which collects and sends instances of racism, sexism, sexual harassment and other unethical or unlawful activity at the tech company and its parent company Alphabet Inc. Since its inception in last September, the list has been subscribed by at least 20% of the staff at Google and Alphabet. According to a Google Spokesperson, management does know about this but has not halted it because it considers it as a... Read More

  • 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