Tag Archives: Work Culture

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

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

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

Leader’s Talk Ep.3-with Chris Hoyt on Candidate Engagement & Life at PepsiCo

Last Friday I attended the Talent Net Live Fall Conference 2012 at the PepsiCo Frito-Lay headquarters in Plano, TX. And I had an amazing opportunity to meet Chris Hoyt, The Global Talent

Failure sucks for good!

My husband and I went ice skating last weekend. It was not a planned thing but every time we go to our nearby shopping mall we are amazed to see a bunch of kids

Workplace culture is built in person

Let me ask you this upfront!  Do you think the culture of an organization can be clearly expressed to the stakeholders and partners by sending enormous tweets and constant FaceBook updates about

How diversity can help build trust

This is the final part of an ongoing Brain drain series. Check out  “The Great Indian Movement” in Part I and Struggle of Indian Immigrant students in US in Part II, How

Handling Cultural Diversity at workplace

Lets kick off this week with the part IV of Brain Drain Series – Handling Cultural Diversity at workplace. Check out Part I, Part II and Part III. USA is a multicultural

Leader’s Voice – Interview with Edwin James, Head HR at Marico

This time Your HR Buddy is honored to present a Leader’s voice who has Global experience in HR, Mr. Edwin Vinod James, Head of HR at Marico Limited for North Africa Region. Being an Indian

How did I handle Culture Shock

This the third part of an ongoing Brain drain series. In the past weeks I wrote about “The Great Indian Movement” in Part I and “Struggle of Indian Immigrant students in US”