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  • Importance and challenges of leadership in today’s organizations

    Importance and challenges of leadership in today’s organizations

    Guest post by Monika Agarwal Business organizations today have to face an environment which is complex, uncertain and dynamic. Leadership becomes very important in such a scenario to provide organizations with the right vision. It is that part of HR which can make the right use of authority for teams to work effectively. In absence of manager leaders people in the organizations start relying on informal leaders which might not act in consonance with organizational objectives.         […]

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  • Happy employees bring happy customers

    Happy employees bring happy customers

    “Happy employees, Happy customers”. The industry leaders have given a nod to the statement and employers, big or small, have realized that any investment in its employees brings greater returns in terms of customer satisfaction and productivity. Our guest blogger today, Pradnya Gorde shares how organizations can strategize employee engagement across all levels. Happy employees bring happy customers Recently I have attended one seminar wherein the speaker was emphasizing on the importance of Strategy. To decide the correct strategy followed by its […]

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  • Disgruntled Employee Shutting Down Company’s image

    Disgruntled Employee Shutting Down Company’s image

    We usually talk about dis-engaged employees and productivity but what  about disgruntled employees? Employees who are really angry or upset at work are not much talked about as these cases do not occur very often or organizations do not consider the potential risk involved with such employees. Our guest blogger today Pradnya Gorde talks about disgruntled employees and how organizations shall deal with them Disgruntled Employee Shutting Down Company’s image Once a upon a time a video was uploaded showing […]

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  • Its time for a small break

    Its time for a small break

      Sometimes a break from the routine is the very thing you need Absolutely and that’s what we realize that Indiahrlive and the team has never been on a break. Yes, from last 2 years we have been on the GO every month to bring together a great panel of guest for our audience and the support has always been overwhelming. Indiahrlive is now close to its 2nd anniversary, time for some celebration and this is how we all decided […]

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  • Employee Attitude towards Training & Development

    Employee Attitude towards Training & Development

    Employee Training & Development is an essential organizational activity. With social media and social technology, the ease and interest on training has improved globally but are employees really focused on skill improvement ? Do they take these trainings for benefit or excuse? That’s the topic of the day and our guest blogger today is Pooja Arora. Training plays a very important role in developing knowledge, Skills & Attitude of any individual. Today Corporates  are very much focused towards  Developing & […]

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  • Some thoughts on Candidate experience

    Some thoughts on Candidate experience

    This is our last post on our ongoing series Your thoughts, our blog and today we are going to share what some HR and industry practitioners think about the topic. What makes a great candidate experience and why it matters? Let’s hear from experts What a candidate takes away during the process makes him/her evaluate and presume a lot about the organization. First conversation, pitch, wait time, subsequent communication and even how a candidate is greeted and treated at reception […]

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  • Why candidate experience matters

    Why candidate experience matters

    Today’s post is in continuance to our series on Candidate Experience. Our guest blogger Col Venkat Raman shares with us how a positive candidate experience leaves a lasting impression on an applicant-turned-employee’s mind. Why candidate experience matters The biggest challenge for Organizations (and HR) today is attracting and retaining Talent. There are several initiatives taken to retain talent today like Employee engagement, Career Planning and also, importantly engaging with potential employees right from the time they are contacted until their Induction […]

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  • How to create a positive Candidate Experience

    How to create a positive Candidate Experience

    This month we are publishing responses to our open blogging invitation – Your thoughts, our blog. Today’s post is from Prashant Joglekar on how organizations can improve by starting  inhouse and focusing on various factors that build up a great candidate experience. Candidate Experience Today’s era is an era of experiences. BJ Pine in his book “The Experience Economy” has shown how organizations swell their top line and bottom line by furthering  their offerings from Commodity to Product to Service […]

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  • Make In India – The People’s Perspective

    Make In India – The People’s Perspective

    Make in India is not just a program , it can become a national campaign to improve innovation, intention, production and manufacturing in India. With the major focus on improving economy and employment opportunities, this new initiative is generating response from all major sectors in India. NIPM Mumbai arranged a national summit on the topic Make in India-The people perspective. Our guest blogger for today , Heet Pandya is sharing with us the main highlights and discussion from the event. […]

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  • Is equal opportunity for women real?

    Is equal opportunity for women real?

    I have been reading, writing and listening more about  diversity at work lately and that drives me to write this post. Of all diversity concerns, gender diversity has received most attention and action by organizations everywhere. From “Equal-opportunity” to “Return-at-work” programs, organizations are doing everything to position themselves as preferred employer by men and women equally. Unlike past, women today are not inferior but rather a substantial workforce population. While women are all prepared and organizations too are acting supportive to […]

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