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HR Advice | 01 Apr. 2020
Our behavioural responses to Covid_19

This article brings a different viewpoint about our behavioural responses to Covid_19 and invite you to think together about the different stages of awareness.

HR Advice | 01 Apr. 2020
Our behavioural responses to Covid_19

This article brings a different viewpoint about our behavioural responses to Covid_19 and invite you to think together about the different stages of awareness.

HR Advice | 05 Jun. 2019
Superpower in the Workplace: Empathy

How would you describe a superpower in the workplace? Words such as “inspirational,” “influential” and “powerful” would come to mind, but you would rarely think of “empathetic.” Empathy is a skill which is often overlooked in the workplace. Determined by Frans de Waal as the “social glue that holds human society together,” empathy refers to the awareness of one’s own and other people’s feelings, needs and concerns.

HR Advice | 29 May. 2019
Demystifying the use of psychometric assessments for school staff in India

In September 2017, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) of India issued a circular mandating its 19,500 affiliated schools to put their employees through psychometric evaluation. This article will help you better understand psychometric assessments for school personnel, especially in India. And discover all the benefits of using assessments, and how Indian schools are conducting the tests.

HR Advice | 16 May. 2017
How Can Companies Improve Learning Agility?

The contemporary workplace culture is constantly evolving. With the introduction of new technology, company expansion plans and flexi-hours, the work environment is perpetually seeking new opportunities to grow. However, studies show that most employees struggle with these transition processes and are hesitant about riding the roller coaster of change.

HR Advice | 20 Apr. 2017
How to assist millennials with their career development

Attracting and retaining the millennial generation has become an essential factor for any thriving business. Born between 1980 and 2000, millennials are the “future leaders” of society. Their ambitious career objectives, profound knowledge of technology and high emotional intelligence differentiate them from the soon-to-retire Baby Boomers, and unlike their predecessors, millennials seek more than just a job; they also want a role which is interesting and rapidly progressing.

Skill development, HR Advice | 22 May. 2012
Interpersonal skills have become essential for technical professions

IT developers, engineers, maintenance technicians... many technical professionals share many of the same characteristics. They are usually enthusiastic about technology and their work, and their soft skills are often underestimated by recruiters.

Skill development, HR Advice | 22 May. 2012
Interpersonal skills have become essential for technical professions

IT developers, engineers, maintenance technicians... many technical professionals share many of the same characteristics. They are usually enthusiastic about technology and their work, and their soft skills are often underestimated by recruiters.