Among Millennials in India, 47 per cent envision leaving their jobs within two years, and only 24 per cent are looking to stay beyond five years.
IBM Security: Future of Identity Study reveals that the young workforce prefers biometric multifactor authentication to passwords.
Jonathan Vehar, global VP-products, Dale Carnegie & Associates was in town. Vehar has worked with organisations to develop leadership and innovation solutions necessary for growth. He is considered to be an innovation thought leader. In an exclusive interview with Lipi Agrawal of HRKatha, he, along with his colleague Pallavi Jha, chairperson & managing director - ?Dale Carnegie Training India, share the future of training and the role technology will play in making training a measurable exercise. Excerpts…
The Glassdoor survey reveals that the younger workers expect their organisations to be more socially responsible.
Internship should provide interns the experience required to boost their employability.
HBR Ascend suggests four skills that can increase Gen Y’s productivity and efficiency at work.
Most companies were left playing catch-up with tech disruptions, a workforce with different needs, customised people actions and the move from talent management to people management. So, the scope for these trends, and more, to come into their own in 2017 is immense.
Delving deeper into the world of the millennials, Subramanian S. Kalpathi’s book is a window to understand what drives this generation to think and work differently than their ancestors.
Millennials are frequently blamed for their lack of duty and discipline at the workplace, and often called the entitled generation. Senior HR professionals share their opinion on this.
Enhanced security concerns across the world in response to terror; a possible slowdown in growth economies as well as subdued oil prices will all have a role to play in how business is shaped this year. This will have a deep impact on the amount of leverage the people function will have.
Folkman wrote in his blog why he thinks younger managers are better performers.
A PwC survey reveals that an inclusive culture is a must to retain women employees.
Millennials, who comprise around 50 per cent of the workforce, are not just pushing the companies to change their interiors; the transformation is evident in ergonomics, structure, cultures and work norms as well.