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What does agile HR actually look like?

The upheaval of 2020 had many organisations scrambling to adopt more agile HR practices or risk falling behind. But what does it take to get it right? Survival in 2020 required rapid adaptation. This meant organisations that had baked agility into their…Read More »

Redeployments: a legal refresher

As JobKeeper comes to an end next month, redundancies could be on the table for some organisations. So now is the perfect time to brush up on your legal obligations around redeployment. With the COVID-19 pandemic (generally) under control in Australia and…Read More »

A quick guide to people-focused human capital management

Keep it simple: discover the benefits of one touch people technology. We wouldn’t put up with clunky technology when using our smartphones to order food or email colleagues, so why should we stand for it when it comes to our workforce experience?…Read More »

HR’s role in building the future skills needed for tomorrow’s workforce

Much has been written about the gaping holes in the skill sets of workforces as we prepare for the future of work. The good news is that experts believe it’s not as bad as we might think. Common across most of the…Read More »

3 ways upskilling can boost the post-COVID economy

A new report finds the practice will be key to stimulating recovery. At the World Economic Forum’s Davos Agenda 2021 conference late last month, global leaders came together to discuss how to restore trust in a post-COVID-19 world. One of the week’s…Read More »

42 lakh jobs in 12 countries: Skill Ministry

The Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) has identified 42 lakh jobs, both blue- and grey –collar — about three lakh opportunities in Europe, about 26 in the Gulf and about 10 in Singapore, New Zealand, Switzerland and the US —…Read More »

103 of Lufthansa’s cabin crew in India laid off

Lufthansa’s 140-strong cabin crew, based in India, will now be reduced to 37. The Airline has let go about 103 members, amidst severe losses. These were flight attendants, who were working on a fixed-term contract, with some of them having spent over…Read More »

Razorpay will hire 650 by December 2021

The company which currently has 1,300 employees hired over 550 people last year and witnessed a three times business growth in the pandemic-hit year. Razorpay, the fintech unicorn, will hire 650 employees for its technology, product and business teams by December 2021.…Read More »

12 ways to make telework work — for the long haul

It’s critical to understand how best to manage individuals whom you cannot see without an appointment. Consider how to monitor progress effectively and how to communicate to your workforce regarding both feedback and any newly implemented changes to monitoring. Employers are increasingly…Read More »

Here’s How to Boost Employer Brand Organization

Honestly, it was never too hard to retain talent than it is today. Earlier, the hiring workforce was easier as people had fewer requirements and undying dedication towards one job, even when it was not too good. However, now, the world has…Read More »

Tips & Tools for Motivating Remote Staff to Stay Engaged and Productive

Looking back a few months and noticing how everything has changed because of COVID-19 is more than enough to run a chill down the spine. There are so many uncertainties that COVID-19 has presented in front of the world that everyone is…Read More »

Elon Musk’s brother sold Tesla shares worth $25.6 million after an upward streak in the electric-car maker’s stock

Kimbal Musk, billionaire Elon Musk’s younger brother, sold Tesla shares worth $25.6 million shares on Tuesday, according to filings registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.  He sold 30,000 directly owned shares at an average price of $853 per share, the filings…Read More »

US stocks set to resume climb, while bond yields and the dollar slip as investors mull lower-than-expected inflation

US stocks were set to climb on Thursday morning after flatlining the previous day, with investors weighing a weaker-than-expected inflation report and a dovish tone from the Federal Reserve. Bond yields and the dollar slipped overnight in the wake of the inflation…Read More »

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DCS Officer for manufacturing company Location- Bhuj Experience – DCS Engineer is the overall In charge of the DCS activity in the shift. Qualification- BE/Diploma in Chemical Email- netal@postaresume.co.in Call now on +91- 7043214151 Ref Code – 17498 Sales Executive / Sales…Read More »

Baggage Delivery Delayed at Mumbai Airport as SpiceJet Loaders go on Strike Due to Salary Cut

Loaders employed with SpiceJet are protesting against salary cuts and have gone on strike at Mumbai airport. This is causing delays in baggage delivery. The loaders have been receiving just half their salaries for months now. With no clue as to when…Read More »

Microsoft launches VIVA for better employee experience

Microsoft has launched a new tool, Microsoft Viva, which claims to enrich employee experience. It promises to bring in all aspects of employee experience — communications knowledge, learning, resources, and insights— into the flow of work through an integrated experience. Viva is…Read More »

Gaurav Pokhariyal to take over from PV Murthy at Indian Hotels

PV Ramana Murthy, executive vice president and global head – human resources, Indian Hotels, has retired and Gaurav Pokhariyal has been named the senior vice president and global head – human resources. Until now, Pokhariyal was senior vice president – operations. Murthy…Read More »

Home working linked to rise in musculoskeletal disorders

More than a third (37.7%) of musculoskeletal disorder (MSD) cases were connected to work in 2020, compared with just 1.4% in 2019. According to analysis of data compiled by THOR-gP by health and safety consultants Arinite, keyboard work was the third biggest…Read More »

Jobs To Rise As Indian Inc Plans To Boost Hiring Activity Soon. But There Is A Catch

Hiring activity in India is likely to increase soon as demand rises in the wake of higher economic activity in the country. Hiring sentiments among top firms have also been boosted as India prepares to begin its first phase of mass vaccination against…Read More »

NPS Schemes Deliver Returns Up To 22% In One Year. Will the trend continue?

Scheme G of NPS invests in government bonds and related securities. It is a low-risk investment option. Double-digit returns in the past one year has been luring naive investors to invest in such schemes HDFC Pension Fund gave 21.77% returns in Tier…Read More »