Tag: Engagement

Synchrony offers permanent work-from-home option

For the benefit of employees and in an endeavour to create an agile work culture at Synchrony, the financial services firm has announced that...

Why it is important to build a strong corporate alumni network

An alumni network in the corporate industry is a pool of surplus business potential that can vastly benefit organisations in development. Alumni are among...

Everything you need to know about Xoxoday’s Employee Pulse Surveys

Do you know how your employees are feeling right now? Are they truly motivated and happy? How do they feel about workplace culture and...

Missing ‘friends’ from the workplace during WFH

Just as we make friends in school and college, we also make friends at the workplace, and some of them even become friends for...

Everything you need to know about building strong employee morale

Does your team — that was once super-productive, dynamic, creative and full of energy— suddenly appear completely drained out? Do the team members look...

Close big engagement gaps with little things: Appreciation at work

You say “Thank you”. What they hear is, “Please accept my standard, HR protocol-approved format for acknowledging your most recent activity that was intended...

Lenovo India lays out new rules on internal meetings

As we adapt to the new normal of working from home, companies are laying out new sets of rules to ease the work life...

FarEye expands workforce by over 12% during lockdown

FarEye, the logistics SaaS platform for predictive visibility, has expanded its team by more than 12 per cent, by hiring remotely during the lockdown....

Mahindra Logistics shows commitment to D&I agenda

Indian third-party logistics solution provider, Mahindra Logistics (MLL), is geared up to strengthen diversity and inclusion (D&I) at the workplace. It will be leveraging...

How DCB bank is powering through the COVID crisis

Mumbai-based DCB Bank has organised a slew of activities to keep its employees engaged and motivated. One of the first things that DCB bank did...

Instilling a ‘sense of togetherness’ amongst remote workers

The coronavirus pandemic has led to the concept of churning ‘out of the box’ activities for the employees working remotely, amidst the lockdown. It...

A satisfied employee is not always an engaged employee

We are all familiar with the square-rectangle logic. All squares are rectangles but not all rectangles are squares. For employees and enagagement, it is...

Employee Benefits: Are they valued and appreciated?

Many employers feel that their employees do not really understand the benefits that are offered to them. It is hard to believe, but the...

How to keep women professionals engaged

Organisations need to focus on ensuring that their women do not quit. Looks like women are quitting their jobs at a faster rate than men....

How Xiaomi is driving a culture of engagement and learning for...

Having starting its journey just five years ago in India, Xiaomi has already made a significant inroad into the market plus, along with its...

Employee Clubs: Good for organisational culture

We all have been part of groups, clubs or societies in college and school. Generally, such groups come together because the members have common...

Employee enablement: The next step

Modern organisations have begun to look beyond employee engagement to employee enablement. While engagement keeps employees loyal to the organisation, it cannot guarantee higher...

AI-enabled chatbot, Amara, from HireXp to be launched in India

HireXP, the HR tech company, is officially launching Amara, an embodied conversational chatbot in India today. This artificial intelligence (AI) enabled bot will converse...

Warning signs every employee gives before quitting

An engaged employee is one who is emotionally committed to the organisation, he actively participates, is motivated and happy at work. Whether he is...

Dream 11 hires people for who they are

Each one of us, as a professional, may wear a different hat every day. However, it is our personalities, individualities and inclinations in life...

How effective is your recognition programme?

A recognition programme is all about the emotional connect and not about the number of appreciation notes exchanged or the number of people logged onto the platform. 

How cognitive computing is creating a new HR

With cognitive computing technologies bringing in the power to self-learn and adapt, just as humans do, HR can create a much larger impact.

Why a coaching culture and not any other culture?

“Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,”...

Boeing to outsource jobs to TCS

In a virtual meeting, Boeing has conveyed to its non-unionised corporate employees that it is all set to outsource its finance and accounting jobs...

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How to deal with leadership burnout?

One of the most common expressions in workplace parlance, ‘burnout’, has acquired greater ubiquity since the COVID-19 pandemic. Affecting both regular employees and those...

Tenable ropes in Patricia Grant as CIO

Tenable, the cyber exposure management company has appointed Patricia Grant as chief information officer (CIO). She was earlier VP-IT strategy and operations at ServiceNow,...

Ford India strikes final settlement deal with unions

Ford India has decided on a final severance package for its employees following the closure of its plant in Tamil Nadu. Earlier this month, it...

Tricentis ropes in Jennifer Lucas as CPO

“Excited about the road ahead at Tricentis,” posts Jennifer (Alessandra) Lucas on LinkedIn, resharing the announcement of her appointment by Tricentis. She has joined Tricentis,...

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“The big change has been that we have moved from jobs to skills,” Amaresh...

Q. How would you define the culture at GE? A. Having been present in this region since 1902, GE has been around for 120 years....

“Being good to everyone is being unjust to performers,” Mathew Job, CEO, Crompton

Q. In today’s times, what’s more challenging for a CEO like you — profit & business growth, talent & people, diversification, compliance or managing...

“A CEO needs to acknowledge the silent majority who create the company’s fortunes” S...

Q. RPG is a diversified group with businesses spread across sectors and domains. however, its brands have a strong individual identity unlike other business...