Employee Happiness or Engagement: Which One Should You Choose?

Many people argue that it is possible for employees of an organization to stay happy without great performance. However, performance originates from employee engagement, which ultimately leads to happiness. This is a common notion perceived by HR managers, which is why most of the organizations often ignore the happiness of the employees. Before understanding why…

Building A Robust Data-Based Culture for Empowering HR Decisions

Most HR professionals struggle to actually utilize data analytics in their day to day functioning. One-third, in fact, can’t use data for anything more than measurements such as turnover calculations. While many organizations try to invest more in analytics related to HR, seldom do they reap full benefits due to various drawbacks. Owing to the…

Making HR Agile

If the software has taken over the world, agile has taken over software. Although agile was originally developed to improve the functioning, responsiveness of a team developing software, it has now become an organization-wide trend. Both big and small organizations are implementing agile to enhance efficiency and productivity of their teams across the workplace in…

How business needs to reimaging the bonus structure

Usually bonuses are treated as a reward for exemplary performance. Although in some cases companies have a policy of handing out year-end bonuses to everyone. This beloved corporate tradition has been around for quite some time, giving employees something to look forward to come year-end. But is this long-time tradition still relevant in today’s workplace?…