Category Archives: Employee Engagement

Top 5 HR / Recruiting blogs of the week

Well, I don’t normally publish posts on Saturdays. But since I took the ‘Yourturnchallenge’, you know that I am committed to post every day until this coming Monday. And  I love this

Culture fit, behavioral Interview and leadership with Jim Knight

Listen to my interview with Jim Knight, @Knightspeaker, Author of Culture That Rocks: How to Revolutionize Your Company’s Culture. William and I had a delightful conversation with him on the show yesterday. He

Andres Traslavina on Work Culture and Talent Acquisition Strategies at Whole Foods Market

My husband and I have always been loyal customers of Whole Food Market. We want to eat healthy and are great fans of locally sourced and organically produced foods.  For us Whole

It’s too expensive to trash later

‘It’s too expensive to trash later’ – says, Seth Godin in his book Linchpin where he illustrates Trashing as one of the roadblocks for not completing your targets or reason for not

Ship regularly – Take your Challenge

The only purpose of starting is to finish, and while the projects we do are never really finished, they must ship. Shipping means hitting the publish button on your blog, showing a

5 Factors that engaged workplaces have in common

Have you ever noticed what all highly engaged workplaces have in common? Well, Building a great work culture that clearly narrates who you are as an organization starts from its own leaders and

Rudy Karsan on Mega skills, Employee Engagement and HR skills

“Work has evolved from something we did to survive to something that defines us. It is more than just a source of income; giving us a strong sense of service and contribution

Performance Appraisals Tips for Managers and Employees

It’s time for annual performance appraisal in many organizations. Managers and employees are equally busy and often feel dreadful to go through this period as the discussions are going to be uncomfortable

3 Employee Communication Mistakes to avoid

Well informed employees will trust their organization and perform to their full potential when they are aware of what to expect and why things are happening the way it does in the

Trends in HR Technology

When it comes to connecting with employees organizations relying heavily on technologies. From finding the talent to handling the employee life cycle management and maintaining the workforce data to analyzing the talent