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Employer Branding Strategy Principles & Development in 2021 

In the year of COVID-19, 2020 is an unprecedented period witnessed with a lot of change across all functions, with businesses scrambled to get all the pieces together. Companies also need to focus on getting immediate execution over the line to ensure important business processes are in place. Protecting and managing the business bottom line […]

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May 21, 20211:25 pm
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Reimagine Work with the Power of Human x Digital x Machine: An Insight from Jacely Voon

During the global outbreak, we have seen how technologies are playing a crucial role in keeping businesses functional in a time of lockdowns and quarantine. New technologies offer limitless possibilities for transforming business processes and human experiences. In fact, organisations that harness the combined power of the human and machine workforce will have a greater […]

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May 20, 20215:23 pm
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Organisational Culture vs. Organisational Compliance: The Centre of Strong Ethics  

A word from Thomas Baxter On 30 July 2014, the Wall Street Journal reported that Thomas Baxter, Executive Vice President and General Counsel of the New York Fed, threw a criticism on company culture, saying that: “If a firm’s values don’t support the rules used to guide employee behaviour, the organisation ‘is headed for troubled […]

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March 15, 20212:00 pm
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Why Your Company Needs Rookies 

Managers often perceive newcomers in their team as both long-term assets and short-term burdens, mainly because new hires will need to be inducted, trained, and given lighter loads before they are able to get up to speed, thus inevitably slowing everyone else down in the process. But are rookies really inefficacious or was it just […]

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February 15, 20212:30 pm
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What To Do to Employees Who Complain on Social Media? 

It’s every manager’s worst nightmare to discover that their team member has taken to a very public social media platform like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Snapchat to make negative comments about them or their company. No wonder, many businesses invest quite a bit of time monitoring employee social media profiles, keeping a weather eye on […]

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February 8, 20211:52 pm
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11 Employer Branding Practices to Focus On in 2021

At times of crisis like COVID-19 pandemic, workers are prone to be experiencing higher burnout due to high workload, job stress, time pressure, and even limited organisational support. As the virus infections slow down and vaccination starts, businesses are reopening and many are planning to rehire and recruit new and/or old workers. Hiring furlough or […]

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January 13, 202112:52 pm
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The Value of Psychology in Company’s Performance 

Human resource management and department is within a company to enhance the human capital and, by extension, to add value to an organisation. One of these objectives is developing and sustaining competitive advantages. Modern HR executive is crucial in developing and maintaining competitive advantages derived from human capital resources, including the knowledge, skills, abilities, commitment, […]

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January 4, 202110:21 am
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HR Strategic Role in Growing Innovation 

Innovation as a practice and a component of culture is increasingly becoming a part of the strategic imperatives of HR professionals within organisations. Innovation does not apply just to technology, going beyond this and requiring multi-divisional collaboration to achieve success.  Innovation is a collaborative process, with people from many disciplines contributing to the creation and […]

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December 23, 20209:00 am
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5 Practical Tips for HR to Stay Connected with Employees

Monotonous working activity and lack of challenges seems to be a serious issue for employees nowadays, which could lead to job hopping behaviour and thus put a risk to employee retention strategy. A survey commissioned by career platform LinkedIn suggested one in three professionals in India said they were ‘sleepwalking’ at work. The survey conducted […]

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December 14, 202011:55 am
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Why Having Two CEOs is Better Than One 

The Co-CEO or Joint Chief Executives model of leadership, formally termed the dual-governance or shared governance structures, is among the more uncommon leadership arrangements. It is where the position of CEO is shared and distributed among two or more individuals. But for a company, is it beneficial to have two people sharing leadership versus a […]

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December 3, 20201:00 pm