Sexual harassment and bullying don’t require a physical presence. Inappropriate comments, undermining, and general bad behavior can all happen remotely.
In an age of time trackers and productivity hacks, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find time for true leisure or, in the words of William Henry Davies, ‘stand and stare as long as sheep or cows.’
Who knew that when 2020 began, we would be facing …
In today’s world, organizations need to contribute to the society and do more than just government mandated corporate social responsibility.
I have usually seen influence as the outcome of either power or trust. Some organizations are designed in a way that grant a fair bit of power to the HR function but those are few and far in between.
Organisations need to come out of the stereotyped way of interviewing, and if you are the one who has a final say in hiring the candidate, you need to change your style of interviewing.
When scanning resumes, it’s easy to overlook the lack of resumes from returning mothers or from women who’ve taken a break from their career.
Recruiters are often overlooked, underpaid and undervalued yet charged with selling the company’s brand and opportunities. The praise and glory tends to go to the HR professionals who keep the ship running and away from the rocky shores of litigation.
The task of an interviewer is not an easy one. Interviewing is an art and one that doesn’t always come naturally. We owe the mastery of this art to the candidates who often put in hours if not days of effort.
In this youtube video a young Steve Jobs explains his philosophy on H.R.