Tag Archives: Management

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

DriveThruHR – My Valentine & I am co-hosting!

Yay…! It’s Valentine’s day, a great day to begin, share & cherish your love! I was so glad to see the curious responses from everyone when yesterday I gave you a heads

What does your HR brand say?

Are we, HR, perceived as we deserve to be? Oh Yeah, you heard me, I am sure you might have thought about this at least once in your HR career, may be

How not to make Performance appraisal tiresome this year

The dreadful year end annual performance review is over and aren’t you glad it is done. You are probably thinking that it could have been done in a more strategic way so that

Homesteading the HR Way

This is the Part III of the series ‘What’s next for HR in 2013‘, (Check out Part I & Part II here)! Your HR Buddy is honored to present insights from an awesome thought

Resolution Reboot

Hope you enjoyed the Part I of the series ‘What’s Next for HR in 2013’. Now pull out a chair to read Part II, this time from Christopher de Mers and get your day

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

How to make the most out of your Office Holiday Party?

Come on! It is office party time! Why are you sitting at your desk and engrossed in your work? Must be busy finishing the task for tomorrow so you can relax on

Work on your Vulnerabilities!

Do you dare to talk about your vulnerabilities? I know, we all have some strange or even similar types of vulnerabilities but we don’t dare to accept it and won’t take a

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