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Why Humour in the Workplace is Important & Needed

Sometimes we laugh at a funny behaviour our workmates do, or we laugh at our silly mistakes. Whatever it is, laughter is good. It can brighten up the mood around you. Leslie Rose wrote in her seminar letter that humour can lighten up our day. It can build a healthy relationship, trust, and cooperation. In […]

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May 13, 201912:58 pm
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Secret Steps to Train Employee for Long-Term Success

Rapid changes in today’s business sphere require organisations to develop competent, skilful, flexible, and agile workforce in order to achieve goals and long term profitability. When it comes to employee growth and development, training plays a vital role along with motivation and encouragement. Training provides help for company’s  advancement and attainment of goals. It also […]

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May 7, 201910:10 am
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Signs of “Snail” Employees

Every employee becomes snail-ish at some point in their career journey. For example, even your top performer could be being lazy when they are assigned to do some repetitive and dull tasks. The fact is, it will not be a serious issue if it only happens for once in a while. The problem arises when […]

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May 6, 20194:16 pm
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Things You Better Do When Surrounded by Yes-People

As a manager, you are responsible to lead a meeting to discuss follow-up of the latest team’s proposal. While you expect a lively discussion with active participation from your team members, it turns out that they seem half-heartedly present at the meeting and reluctant to share their argument or opinion. Instead, most of them just […]

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May 3, 20192:43 pm
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Why and How to Turn Down a Promotion Tactfully

Chances are, every employee is craving for career growth. It comes as no surprise that any type of career progression that company offers can add a company value to its current workers or new hires. According to Robert Walters survey, 91 percent professional respondents consider progression as important. Sally Marti, director at Robert Walters, mentioned […]

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April 26, 20192:05 pm
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Giving Recognition in Digital Workplace

“There is no employee who does not like to be recognized for their hard work. And yet – this is the job of company to give what they deserve after giving their utmost efforts.” – HRinAsia Time-to-time, companies are doing their best in an attempt to recognise and acknowledge their employees. But are those efforts […]

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April 15, 201911:32 am
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Using Company Culture to Attract & Retain More Talents

Over past decade, organisations are struggling to understand why employee experience is not moving the needle on attracting great talent, inspiring employee engagement, and keeping great talents around. According to Gallup study, these challenges faced by companies are due to poor management in corporate culture. Culture is the key to unlocking organisation’s greatest potential, yet […]

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April 12, 20193:46 pm
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ADDIE Model to Design Retainable Training for Employees

“There are only two ways in which a manager can impact an employee’s output: motivation and training. If you are not training, then you are basically neglecting half the job.” – Andy Grove Today’s businesses need to be flexible and adaptable to adjust with the ever-changing economic environment and global growth. Leaders need to transform […]

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April 11, 20194:58 pm
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4 Ways the World is NOT Designed for Women

“The point is not for women simply to take power out of men’s hands, since that would not change anything about the world. It is a question precisely of destroying that notion of power.” -Simone de Beauvoir While you might see changes in our world today that more countries are working towards gender equality, it […]

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April 10, 20191:00 pm
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Role of Intellectual Property Protection in Economic Growth

Innovaccess defines intellectual property (IP) as an exclusive rights associated to creations of mind. This includes inventions, literary and artistic work, designs, phrases, symbols, and images, which can be protected under law of intellectual property. A company’s trademark, designs, copyrights, and patents are among intellectual property that should be protected. Thanks to intellectual property protection, […]

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April 9, 201911:52 am