We applauded the recent Supreme Court decision that safeguards the privacy we value so much. Should we not then be more restrained about the intrusions we almost unthinkingly authorize, as HR practitioners, into the privacy of employees and job-seekers?
Organizations need to create a 'continuous learning mindset' in their people, and the best way to do this is by repeatedly making them stretch their slim capabilities to fill the large deliveries expected from them
The quality of discussion on people matters is extremely poor compared to the dialogue that develops over, say, a finance topic. From neglect in the casting of the agenda to the lack of mental energy expended, value-addition to HR is clearly the Cinderella of the Boardroom
A lack of labor reforms and incentives for organizations to employ more people are the twin obstacles to greater job growth in the organized sector. Lets look at a new approach to fiscal incentives that could quickly prompt the organized sector to add jobs
Independent thinking about moral dilemmas is one of the cornerstones for giving individuals the strength to stand up against a general consensus when the need arises, and this is the aim of education. So what can educational institutions do to counter the biases and preconceptions?