Category Archives: Work Culture

3 steps for HR to achieve success in 2013

Your HR Buddy is grateful to have the amazing voices in the HR space joining us to share their insights with a new series ‘What’s next for HR in 2013‘! To kick off

What’s next for HR in 2013

What makes me excited to work in HR is that the field is always changing. And I love to juggle with changes, deal with it and learn from it. We all have

My Top 10 Blog Posts of 2012

It’s snowing in Dallas and it is such a great coincidence that it happened on Christmas Day! It was a rough rainy night through out yesterday and it continued until today noon!

Facebook’s status update – Best place to work in 2013

Employees have voted Facebook as the Best place to work for in 2013 as per Employee’s Choice Award. The survey was conducted by Glassdoor using feedback that employees voluntarily and anonymously shared

Presenting your Job Description & Company Culture graphically pays off

You might have noticed the Work at Work cartoon series at my blog. Well, let me tell you why did I start it in the first place. I was doing a study about

Employers hire your Personality

If your cell phone rings during a job interview you are going to make your interviewer angry! But what if your mobile phone has it’s ring tone set to the sound of

Make Employees your Social Brand Ambassadors!

Do you think people update their LinkedIn profile only because they are actively searching for jobs? There is always this misperception and people often fear to update their LinkedIn profile in the assumption

Fear kills your creativity!

Hope you all had a blast this past holiday weekend! I had an awesome time with all sorts of fun activities with bowling, karaoke party, a crazy drive to the Natural Bridge at Virginia

Don’t work for the best companies

I know the title of this article is contradictory to general opinion. As an employee, me included, we would like to work for the best companies. And we often take pride in it.

Lebron James. Skip Bayless. And HR lessons?

One of the sports shows that my husband and I don’t miss to watch everyday is ESPN’s ‘First take’ with Skip Bayless and Stephen A Smith. If you are familiar with them