Top Communication Skills Employers Seek From College Grads
This summer, a new group of ambitious college graduates will hit the job market. Here are the top communica...
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Career Development and Training
The idea of considering an employee’s career as a whole and designing various sets of formal trainings, developmental activities, and relationships at each of these stages is known as career development.
An agile workforce is the only way to succeed in the future of work.
Leadership Development Programs in India: Role of HR
The current world of work has seen a radical change due to the proliferation of Social Media. Millennials put a lot of importance on employer’s Brand
How to get the best out of employees through ‘Leadership & Management’ training programs
There is a famous saying that one thing that is constant in life is ‘Change’. One place where this saying is completely apt is the workplace since the skills that were in demand couple of years back are no longer in demand.
Putting Experience at the Center of Talent Management
Learning from experience is the best way to develop talent. Yet most organizations aren’t maximizing on-the-job opportunities that prepare leaders, develop employees, and advance business goals.
Graduate Hire Program - A boon for global IT companies
In this era of speed, agility and highly competitive environment, employers have shrunk their wait time for inducting a newly joined employee into the main stream business. The earlier the employee gets into the groove,
New hires? Increase their productivity quotient
For a new hire, the first few weeks on the job are critical; it is exciting and scary, kind of like doing the tango. It can make all the difference in their first impression of the employer and in how long they decide to stay with a company.
Retaining the “High Potential” talent in your organization
High potential employees are a hot commodity in today’s world of work. Are your leaders doing everything they can to identify, challenge and retain the high potentials in your organization?
Eliminating Productivity Killers