Tag Archives: Employee Relations

What went wrong with the Honeymoon at workplace?

I guess I don’t need to explain what we mean by Honeymoon period for a new hire. Right? Why does the first few months, the time you really need to engage a

What does HR do wrong in Exit interviews?!

Your employee decided to quit and sent you the resignation letter, now what?! Would you have a discussion with him to know what made him to take this decision or will you

HR – Get out of your seat and meet your employees

As much as I love writing about my HR experience I also love going through HR blogs I follow to help me learn from experts and mostly to know what’s on top of

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

At work – Fun and Happiness are contagious

This week I talked about being Great Leaders, Managing Multiple Bosses and now I want to talk about being happy at work! I had an amazing time working for my previous employer

10 ways to have better work relationships

Relationship is the one thing that helps us move ahead, no matter if it is your personal life or in business. Strong workplace relationships increase employee morale, boost engagement and improves productivity.

5 Reasons why Employee Engagement fails

Engagement is not just a buzzword in corporate world alone, it’s everywhere; engage your customers in the business world, readers and viewers in the media world. Engaging a community has become far

What does it take to have a winning corporate culture?

Time and again, organizations have understood that the best way to attain sustainable competitive advantage in a dynamic marketplace is through the development of a winning corporate culture. Well, we are part

Thanks a Zillion – Appreciate each other!!

It really sucks when someone is not appreciated when it’s due!! It’s not necessary that someone should achieve a remarkable success for us to appreciate their job. In day to day work

Move Out of Your Comfort Zone

My writing was published last week in Women of HR, a site dedicated to the development of women in business through community, collaboration and conversation. Read what I had to say on