Given the importance business heads attach to productivity, HR's perceived (and possibly real) inability to contribute in this domain poses among the greatest threats to the relevance of HR for business.
As part of our cover story for the month of April, we caught up with top HR leaders to find out what they think about the current appraisal systems and why it should or should not change moving forward.
You feel listless and disengaged, after years of being in a love relationship with your job or organization. So, how do you bring back the mojo and reset to the time when you were most excited with your job?
Ravin Jesuthasan, Managing Director, Willis Towers Watson, talks about how technology enablement and the democratization of work will give corporates the ability to take work outside the organization and distribute it anywhere in the world giving anyone the opportunity to perform a task.
Dr. Robert Hogan, Founder & President, Hogan Assessments, talks about the evolving nature of leadership, bridging the gap between psychological science of talent and common real-world talent practices, and more.
Amidst the financial crisis Jet Airways has been going through, the most affected have been the pilots and the rest of the staff. Here’s a take on how the airlines can ensure a safe landing in this bad weather and how employees can take care of their own safety.
Do you think India Inc. has been successful in empowering its women workforce?
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How will HR practitioners looking to stay ahead of the curve evolve their performance management strategies in 2019? What performance management trends can we see organizations adopting for a workforce that comprises of a mix of regular employees and gig workers? This issue attempts to decipher the shift and answer questions facing the HR community trying to implement the real-time feedback system.