Tag Archives: Retention

My Top 10 HR and Recruiting blog posts of the year 2014

I took a review of my last year’s blogs to assess and find out what worked and why. It is always great information to know how I can relate to my audience

What you fix when you hire someone internally

Successful organizations have already identified the rising issue of skills gap and started developing talent pools within their organization based on business needs.. So that they are prepared when that next position

Recruit from within for talent retention

‘He has put down his papers’ – You know this right away when, all of a sudden, you see your HR and leadership team are having an hour long meeting with that top performer

10 Employee Engagement ideas that empower your employees

Looking at the employee engagement survey you might be trying to figure out what is that million dollar technique that successful organizations do to engage its employees. Well, infact all the surveys

Why your competitors star performer failed in your organization

Stealing your competitor’s star performer!! Ok!! I get it, I have done that before and chances are that some of you have as well. Most often HR is pressured by Managers into

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

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

Brain Drain – The Great Indian Movement

I always wanted to write a series that talks about my life being an Indian immigrant in the United States. Things that you may or may not have heard of, hopefully change

Recognize your employees – with Impact

Having a lunch meeting with your team outside of your office can be fun and if your family can also be a part of it then that makes it the cherry on

How does money speak!!

Employers strive to motivate and engage their employees through various reward and recognition programs, perks and increases in pay scale. Its doubtful that a one or two dollar increase in the hourly