- Who is responsible for Attrition?: This article analyses the results of a poll conducted to find the major reasons for attrition in organization. 38 percent respondents held Supervisor or line manager responsible for attrition and 54 percent respondents blamed it on Compensation & Job Profile, while only 8% blamed individual employees. Click here to read this article…
- Why good employees leave your organization?: Talented employees leaving their jobs is an alarming development for most organizations. This article explores the empowerment of managers in arresting this trend. Click here to read this article…
- CEO’s checklist for HR Effectiveness. A free tool to help gauge the effectiveness of your HR function: Finding pain and problems areas in Human Resources if often a tedious and complex task for CEOs and HR heads. HR Effectiveness Survey is a free tool to help gauge the effectiveness of HR function. Click here to use this tool and measure effectiveness of your HR processes…
- Top Ten HR Practices: This article presents a meticulous collection of Best HR practices among the global organizations. The HR practices that can make your organization a best place to work for. Click here to read this article…
- Theory X and Theory Y Theories of employee motivation: Theory X and Theory Y pertain to employee motivation and have been used in human resource management, organizational behavior analysis, and organizational development. EmpXtrack – an Integrated Human Capital and Talent Management Tool is based on such theories and helps organizations to transform their human resource practices. Click here to read this article…
- How to assess an HR Software: Most HR top shots receives many proposal every week to implement a new HR Management software or performance management software or e-appraisal software or rather replace the current software. This article lists a number of tips to help you choose the right HR software. Click here to read this article…
- An interesting Story on Performance Management: This is a popular story comparing the organizational structure of two companies. A Japanese company (Toyota) and an American company (General Motors) decided to have a canoe race on the Missouri River. The Japanese won by a mile. Next time they won by two miles. Click here to read the complete story…
- Consultants accept that Software is 20 percent of Talent Management. An analytical article focusing on the importance of a software in implementation talent management initiatives. Click here to read this article…
- Paper? Paperless? or SaaS? for HR. A representation of various HR technologies through three simple images. Click here to view the story…
- Read more stories on our blog Talent Junction
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Just today, I stumbled upon a very interesting campaign carried out by RealWire regarding the issue of irrelevant press release emails or more widely known as PR spam. As we all know, the PR and media industries are both facing unprecedented changes in the communication landscape. The almost free nature of online reporting is leading the publishing industry to pressure journalists to produce more content in lesser time.
In the meantime, PR professionals are now under pressure to not only deliver coverage through traditional media channels, but to also engage other influencers such as bloggers and the general public. The relationships that are formed needs to be as efficient as possible due to shortage of time. Sigue leyendo
Personally, I find the development of China to be both fascinating and a bit frightening seen from a Western perspective. Based on several visit, my take is that if China avoids too many financial bubbles, then the drive and ambition of the Chinese people to climb the value chain ladder will turn it into an innovation hotspot sooner than many think. Sigue leyendo
Dynamic and interactive pages have most impact, writes Julia Talevski.
Paragraph upon paragraph of text, large picture files, heavy-handed Flash animations, generic stock-photo images and static content. These are some of the common mistakes businesses make when establishing an online presence.
The web is known for fast-paced change, so it’s absolutely crucial that your business website meets a customer’s expectations. Sigue leyendo
MARTIN ZWILLING, FORBES.COM
Running your own show takes confidence-but beware your limitations.
With the new year dawns new hope. Some will hit the treadmill. Others will clean out that musty closet or dump their loser boyfriend. And still others will muster the courage to leave their still-limping employers and strike out on their own.
Starting a company is scary stuff in any environment. It takes vision, capital, courage, conviction and, yes, even a touch of arrogance. Indeed, lack of confidence can kill a young company. But so, too, can thinking you’re all that when you’re not.
How to strike the right balance between confidence and arrogance? Start by avoiding the following classic traps. I wish they were clichés, but sadly they aren’t.
“Business plans are for dummies.”
Think business plans are just for investors? Wrong. Those plans are primarily for you. Compiling a business plan forces you to think through the fundamentals, from financing to marketing. The plan also communicates the same vision to employees, lawyers, accountants and other key players.
Better still, the mere fact of writing this stuff down allows you to measure the performance of your business. If you can’t measure it, you surely can’t manage it. Sigue leyendo
THEY are the pivotal moments in life – the ones that trigger a re-evaluation of priorities that can result in a radical shift of direction.
Births and deaths – that never-ending cycle of change and renewal – tend to focus the mind like no other events.
And so perhaps it is no coincidence that in the week that James Packer‘s wife, Erica Baxter, gave birth to a son, Jackson, talk has resurfaced about what the future holds for one of Australia’s wealthiest families. Sigue leyendo
|MyCareer has gathered together some great tips and advice on how to take a new tack with your career.
The key to being in control of your career is learning career management skills, including self-assessment, developing a sense of your direction, and improving your adaptability, self-esteem, knowledge and skills.
Read on, and start reinventing your career right now. Sigue leyendo
La generosidad [Generación G] puede ser considerada una tendencia, tanto en las personas como en las empresas. Ésta posiblemente este basada en nuestro cansancio respecto a la codicia, las personas codiciosas y sus efectos en la economía.
La generosidad emerge como tendencia junto a esta una nueva cultura “online” que estamos viviendo y de la que estamos aprendiendo.
En este nuevo estado de las cosas, las compañías deben re-enfocarse, de prestar atención a sus ombligos, a compartir con pasión y lograr reconocimiento. Sigue leyendo
Tips for the Not So Creative
But that doesn’t mean you don’t want to work in a creative environment. You might even feel like you have a creative flare, but decided you were more business savvy, so you studied Marketing and Advertising in college to allow yourself the chance to work with creative minds. Well, I’m here to tell you that you can be both, or at the very least, more creative.
At AgencyNet we have a saying that “you don’t have to be a designer to be creative.” And I have to admit, I was bit bewildered when I first heard this. So many agencies clearly distinguish between the “creatives” and the “suits.” After a couple of months, I began to grasp what this meant – I was and could be just as creative as a designer if I wanted to be. My job doesn’t and shouldn’t end when I hand off a brief to the creative team, it should keep going and going throughout the entire creative process. Sigue leyendo