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Counterproductive behaviour | 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.

Counterproductive behaviour | 29 Apr. 2019
Burn-out, bore-out, brown-out: what is the impact on employee engagement?

After burn-out (being overworked) and bore-out (being bored at work), two researchers have explored the idea of another workplace anxiety: brown-out (loss of meaning). In exploring this phenomenon, Deloitte conducted a study in December 2017, which revealed that in France, more than one in two employees (55%) believe that, over time, less meaning is to be found at work.

Counterproductive behaviour | 12 Apr. 2016
How can Indian organisations nurture an ethical work culture?

In light of recent corporate scandals in India, organisations are concerned about the corruption and unethical behaviour that can down-rail a company’s reputation and cause direct losses. The economy of India is largely dependent on the corporate sector, and the increasing number of corporate scams has more ethical implications than ever.