Traditionally, HR is not the first area of an organisation that is slated for digitalisation or technology upgradation. We now live in a world where technology drives everything, HR is also becoming more and more technology-enabled. Here are some of the areas in technology that you must know of and also read about how they can boost HR functions.
You may have conducted many performance reviews over the course of your career, but in the times of Covid-19, everything is different. You and your team have been working remotely for most of the year. How then, do you begin to evaluate your employees’ performance during such a challenging time? Based on our recent experiences while supporting teams to navigate their performance appraisals, we have compiled a list of 6 tips that you could apply in your organisation. Starting now will enable you to optimise your processes ahead of the next review cycle.
Aligning itself with a company’s strategic needs is not only a matter of necessity but also a matter of urgency for HR teams. Therefore, HR functions will accordingly need to step up to become a business partner and a support system in the true sense to not only maintain productivity and keep teams on track but also to support the business itself to achieve specific goals. Here are a few critical points for HR professionals to ensure teams stay on track and achieve goals in uncertain times.
Recruiters and hiring managers have to prepare themselves to brace the changes brought about by the Covid-19 outbreak and continue to hire talented candidates. It has changed how organisations attract, hire, and retain talent. Here we are looking into a few important points to cover in a renewed talent strategy.
Gamification has proved to be a great catalyst to enhance employee engagement just as it has transformed customer engagement. Here are 6 areas in which your company can deploy gamification in the workplace.
Workplace committees can be an asset, facilitate debates on important issues and be an equitable collective forum for decision making. They are essential in organisations to keep a tab on necessary goals – that may not directly contribute to business, but are essential to maintain employee satisfaction, build company culture, and in the long run, build the organisation’s reputation. Here are 7 principles to follow in order to set up effective committees…
At YellowSpark we have seen firsthand that sharing ideas can lead to innovation, and collaboration can build trust that will make achieving business goals much more likely. Having said that, fostering a collaborative team environment is not that simple. It takes a concerted effort to integrate co-operative values throughout your whole company’s ethos. Here are some strategies to give you a head-start:
Not just the top management or cost optimisation or technology alone, but employees are also looking at learning in innovative ways. If you haven’t started to change the way learning is implemented in your organisation or are in the transition phase, here are a few questions that will help you get started; here are a few major shifts to consider when you are upgrading your L&D programme…
Even the best technology cannot be implemented without employee motivation. In this article, we examine four popular theories of motivation to draw insights to boost employee morale in current times. None of them alone can contribute towards improving motivation, but if we look at the key takeaways from each of them, one is bound to make headway.
Digital meetings have become the way we work now, for the better part of 2020. It is how modern businesses maintain productivity and continuity. However, it’s easy to let routine and work etiquette slip when you’re working from home. To help you keep your meetings productive and professional, follow these 6 simple digital meeting etiquette pointers.