25Apr
By: sudha On: April 25, 2018 In: Artificial Intelligence, World of Work Comments: 0

Some of the biggest challenges in the field of recruitment stem from HR (Human Resources) bias, which impact the crucial aspects of diversity, inclusiveness and equality in the world of work. These issues can be hard to resolve since a lot of times certain prejudices or biases are so...

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16Apr
By: sudha On: April 16, 2018 In: Recruitment, World of Work Comments: 0

In our last post, we spoke about all the reasons why AI can never replace recruiters. While a complete reliance on technology for a human centered job like recruitment spells disaster, one can combine the best of both worlds to revolutionize recruitment as we know it. Here are some...

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10Apr
By: sudha On: April 10, 2018 In: working from home, World of Work Comments: 0

Work from home is becoming an increasingly viable option – for both employees as well as employers. With this development, there is a need for employers to pay more attention to making the “virtual work space” more conducive, and employee friendly. One of the most important aspects which has...

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04Apr
By: sudha On: April 4, 2018 In: Leadership, World of Work Comments: 0

2nd of April is marked as World Autism Awareness week. In solidarity with the movement, this week, we want to speak about the value of workspaces practising the virtue of being inclusive. The only effective way to speak about this is by offering examples of workspaces which are making...

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26Mar
By: sudha On: March 26, 2018 In: Mindfulness and Health, World of Work Comments: 0

When Twenty Four Hours isn’t Enough Never enough time to do everything you plan to do in a day? Have you ever wondered that your phone and social media usage might have something to do with this problem? The pull of screens and social media has never been more...

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30Jan
By: sudha On: January 30, 2018 In: Recruitment, World of Work Comments: 0

Are you a recruiter? Have you, at some point of your career, wondered why is it that most applicants applying to the jobs you put out are male? One of the most obvious answers is how your job descriptions are worded. Is it calling out to male candidates? While...

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25Jan
By: sudha On: January 25, 2018 In: Management, World of Work Comments: 0

It is always difficult to have a conversation about something someone is not doing well enough, at work. However, without these conversations, and appropriate avenues to facilitate these conversations, getting better would never be an option. Giving negative feedback is something that can get uncomfortable for either of the two...

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23Jan
By: sudha On: January 23, 2018 In: Mindfulness and Health, Productivity, World of Work Comments: 0

Recently, a newspaper reported that every year around new years time, there is a record increase in gym memberships. It attributed the possible causes for this to people wanting to make a positive difference to their lives, look and feel better, before stepping out of an old year, or...

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18Jan
By: sudha On: January 18, 2018 In: Management, World of Work Comments: 0

Employee engagement is not just another buzzword or a metric that your organization needs to keep track of. It is all about creating a work space, where your employees can get up in the mornings and say, “Great, I’m going to work. I know what I’m going to do...

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15Jan
By: sudha On: January 15, 2018 In: World of Work Comments: 0

Do age old scruples such as loyalty to your employer at your workplace even make sense in the highly globalized and ever evolving world of work, today? To ask a much more basic question, what does loyalty even mean? In an age and world where growth is characterized by...

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