Companies are seeking to change the way performance management systems are carried out. They are adapting the systems according to their values and work culture (and rightly doing so).
One of the most common skill needed in today’s business world is emotional intelligence. We want our employees to have social skills, be mature and confident due to self-awareness.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about the flexibility trend – a trend that is here to stay. I am now focusing more on one of the workplace flexibility options: working remotely.
There is no need to point out that employers and HR professionals are talking more and more about workplace flexibility. This is the current trend – a trend which is likely to stay for a while.
Last year I wrote about how exit interviews are a retention tool. It is a way of gathering information on why employees are leaving (once the employee has resigned), and thus, help you improve on your leadership, culture, and so on.
The workplace is becoming an even more dynamic environment.
Employee satisfaction directly affects customer satisfaction, thus positively affecting our business results.