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To learn just how mid-sized businesses and their HR teams are coping with COVID-19, we asked them.
Based on a survey we conducted in the last week of April and some discussions we had, here is what we discovered.

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We’re all just humans, doing what we believe is the best, in need of blessings as we traverse these unknown waters.

Let’s support each other to be safe by following suggestions given by the government, encouraging our corporations to put guidelines in place that help us avert illness, and taking the safety measures needed to stay healthy while doing our jobs.

Endless struggle or endless possibilities: a viewpoint

This Women’s Day 2020 let's take a flight of un-regretful life full of happiness and successes.

I have the advantage of being a live example of twisted paths, splendid screw-ups, and surprising successes. I have lived through workplace sexism, job changes, marriage, raising children, existential predicaments, and everything in between, I am learning to welcome and feel less alone in my own nonlinear journey. 

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an interesting insight: 'share of dustbin' data

An interesting insight...

(forwarding as received. Author Unknown).

Once upon a time, on a warm summer afternoon in the headquarters of the company I used to work for, there prevailed a sense of deep satisfaction. The brand manager of a leading beverage company had just shared with us the market share figures of our brand. 

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hr analytics & human capital - an inevitable reality!

“What gets measured, gets done” continues to be true even to this date and is particularly relevant when it comes to assessing people performance especially in new age organisations.

IS performance review just
'a performance'?

We were at this clients office the other day, finishing up the important and according to our beliefs, a very sacrosanct exercise of performance appraisals. We were being doubly careful and extremely meticulous as it was not just calculating regular increments, but also involved changing the salary structure of the entire employee population.