Employee Engagement: Three simple solutions Indian firms can use
I want to empathise with the problem that organisations face, that is, spending a lot of money to retain their employees and the huge losses incurred in losing them. However, they are still baffled on what it is that will really work. My suggestions are an attempt at a win-win for all, bridging the gap between the two parties – the company and Indian employees, in particular. Three things emerged.
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Employee Engagement – India tops the charts, but that’s not the full story
Employee Engagement is a top of the mind issue for senior executives, and especially HR, for some time now. Given today’s dynamic, competitive and complex business environment, organizations have realized that in order to stay relevant they need highly engaged employees.
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Escaping the net – can India avoid work-related suicides?
In one year, in one company alone, 18 Chinese workers attempted suicide at work. 14 succeeded, throwing themselves from the upper floors of office or factory buildings.
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India Needs to Engage Its Workforce to Sustain Recovery
As the Indian economy balances headwinds (GST, demonetization) and tailwinds (latest quarter’s GDP growth, poverty reduction), this question keeps coming up: what is India’s road to sustainable economic recovery?
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50 innovative Employee Engagement Activities to develop a highly engaged workforce
Employee engagement is a mindset. To make sure it yields results, you must know the ‘why’ of conducting these activities while you even plan for them. As a Human resources manager, keeping your employees engaged is perhaps one of the single biggest challenges you ever faced.
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