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Workplace Safety Quotes to Bring Courage

Quotes can be a good way to keep employees focused. Using them in memos, displaying them on bulletin boards, and/or featuring them in employee newsletters on a regular basis can help plant the seed of awareness in each employee’s heart and mind. Given that today’s workplace experience unprecedented situation due to COVID-19 outbreak, using workplace […]

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September 25, 20203:28 pm
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7 Difficult Employee’s Behaviours & How to Handle Them

There is a wide range of behaviours exhibited by employees that can create risks for their coworkers and organisations at large. Such demeanors are usually considered as difficult behaviours which can result in significant negative consequences and even increase an organisation’s legal liability. Let’s take a look at some typical difficult behaviours, focusing on how […]

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September 22, 20204:43 pm
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15 Simple Tips to Build Positive Team Culture

All workplaces have a particular culture that shapes how things get done, how people interact and engage with others and what is appropriate and acceptable behaviour. Team culture influences the management, organisation and application of work as it is defined by collective view of all employees. All work activity, interactions and relationships are impacted by […]

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September 22, 20202:22 pm
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Values & Raison d’etre: Terms of Young Generations Engagement

Young generation between 20 and 35 years of age will represent nearly half of the workforce by 2020 and three quarters by 2025. Naturally, companies must understand the specific expectations of younger people composing this new generation which are committed to companies whose raison d’être or purpose they share. Young employees commonly enjoy working in […]

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September 18, 20202:41 pm
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7 Steps to Effective Decision Making

Decision making is the process of creating choices by identifying a decision, gathering information, and assessing alternative resolutions. Using a step-by-step decision-making process can help managers make more deliberate, thoughtful decisions by organising relevant information while defining alternatives.  According to some studies, decision making is important to achieve organisational goals/objectives within a given time and […]

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September 18, 20201:32 pm
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What Makes Employees Misbehave?

Misbehaviour in the workplace does not only deplete an organisation’s energy, but also a warning sign that employees’ needs are probably not met. According to experts, the leading drivers of employee misbehaviours are as follows:  Bad fits – When employees are not doing things they are good at, it creates inner friction and a feeling […]

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September 15, 202012:53 pm
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Online Volunteering: What are the Benefits for Employees?

Offering a variety of volunteer opportunities is one way to ensure that employees find at least one thing in which they’d feel comfortable participating. However, as the pandemic might limit some options due to social distancing and lockdown measures, now volunteering is going virtual.  What is virtual volunteering?  Virtual volunteering, also known as online volunteering, […]

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September 14, 20201:57 pm
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Crack The Joke: HR Memes You Should NOT Miss

2020 has been so unpredictable and hard for some businesses, let alone for HR management. Since you’ve been doing your best in managing to save the entire team, let’s loosen up a bit for now. Relax the muscles and start a new day with hope and happiness with some of the best HR memes. Hope […]

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September 11, 20201:37 pm
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5 Types of Difficult Employees

There are many types of employees, from the diligent to the lazy ones, from the chatty to the quiet ones, from the reliable to the less reliable ones. Many leaders know best performers rarely bring up problems within workplaces. Meanwhile, difficult employees are often the ones creating headaches for HR and management. Difficult employees come […]

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September 10, 20202:33 pm
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9 Policies on Human Resources for Health (HRH) in All Countries

Broadly defined, health work includes not only technical skills and expertise directly responsible for creating and sustaining health but also the skills needed in support systems and the linkages that facilitate the application of technical skills. The health sector is not only labour-intensive but it also depends on a precise application of the knowledge and […]

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September 8, 20201:59 pm