You are interviewing two applicants for a job position, and both have different things going for them. While the first candidate comes with loads of experience, the second one is full of talent. Whom should you pick? A right choice might give your company the competitive advantage it needs, so you must choose carefully. In […] Read more
The booming gig economy is fast changing the way we work. It is likely that you know professionals who work on freelance or on-demand basis. These professionals are unlike the temporary workforce of the years gone by.
First impressions are crucial, particularly in the current job environment, where companies usually interview a few scores of people, if not more, for a single position. With competition being as tough as it is today, it is important for job applicants to be mindful about each and everything, and this includes their choice of dress […] Read more
MARCH 08, 2016 https://hbr.org/2016/03/employees-leave-good-bosses-nearly-as-often-as-bad-ones By Sumita Raghuram and Xiangmin Liu Conventional wisdom says that people don’t leave companies, they leave bad bosses. Yet our research — and growing evidence from other leadership studies — finds that employees leave both good and bad bosses at almost comparable rates. In our recently published research article with Sumita Raghuram and Xiangmin Liu, […] Read more
It’s already been established that employees are more likely to quit if they have a bad relationship with their bosses. But, did you also know that a lack of growth opportunities can also significantly contribute to their unwillingness to stay with the organisation? According to a workplace satisfaction survey by the Hay Group division of Korn Ferry, 61% […] Read more