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How to evaluate the compensation plan?

Compensation - May 22, 2021

Before you accept that new job, it is important to carefully evaluate the compensation plan. Here is a guide on what to look for in an ideal total compensation package. Y...

How to receive negative feedback at work

Leadership - May 21, 2021

At work, it isn’t easy to be 100 percent perfect and productive all the time. There are times when you will falter, will be pulled up and even held responsible for ...

Building a remote team culture

Leadership - May 18, 2021

Managing a team is never easy, and when you have a diverse team scattered across the globe, the task becomes doubly difficult. Remote work culture has become an accepted ...

How to deal with difficult people at work

Conflicts are endemic when you notice factions, team divisions and stonewalling at team meetings. This is the time a true leader steps in to lay down the rules. Make it c...

What is the best day to fire an employee?

Leadership - May 13, 2021

Here at The HR Digest, Jane Harper is often asked to give her insights on when is the best day to fire an employee? Is there really a best day of the week to terminate so...

Ireland to introduce new law that allows employees to request work from home

Featured - April 21, 2021

Ireland plans to introduce new legislation that allows employees to request remote work.  Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, publ...

The Hybrid Model for Work Is the New Norm Post-Pandemic

Workplace Culture - April 05, 2021

Work-from-home was considered one of the better consequences of the Pandemic. It provided relief from the daily commute, gave flexibility and productivity in some places ...

US economy adds 916,000 jobs, unemployment rate is down to 6%

Featured - April 03, 2021

The US economy added 916,000 jobs in March, pushing the unemployment rate down to 6 percent on the back of the $1.9tn stimulus package. The non-farm payroll data released...

How to motivate a multigenerational workforce?

Workplace Culture - March 26, 2021

Inclusivity and diversity are the new buzzwords for a woke workplace with agism a tired third in the mix. At a given time, a mixed workplace is bound to have an intergene...

Phishing Attack on Naukri.com Leaves Tech Company Vulnerable and 100s of Duped Candidates

Featured - March 18, 2021

Cyberspace crime is a serious fallout of the digitization of our world. Hacking and stealing of data for nefarious purposes have become a bane for individuals and organiz...

5 Rules to Run Effective Meetings

Workplace Culture - March 15, 2021

Here’s a fact: Meetings are a part of life. Whether you’re an employee or entrepreneur, meetings are an indubitable part of life. In fact, a study by MIT suggests tha...

8 Powerful Employee Recognition Ideas Your Staff Will Love

Employee Benefits - March 09, 2021

According to a Gallup survey in 2017, 65 percent of employees said they received no recognition for their work in the past 12 months. In the same report, 89 percent of em...

The Key to Succession Planning for Family-run Businesses

Leadership - March 02, 2021

The long-term survival of private, owner-managed, or family-owned businesses, will depend upon a clear and early focus on strategic succession planning. Yet, in many busi...

How to get promoted at work quickly?

Compensation - March 01, 2021

Every day is an opportunity to get better. Keep reading for the must-know 5 career tips that’ll help you get promoted at work quickly! Thinking about the next step in y...

How to Write Vacation Request Email (Samples)

Tools & Technology - February 26, 2021

We hope this guide will help you learn how to write a vacation request email, one even your boss cannot deny! Every job comes with some leave entitlement, but how many of...

KPMG UK head resigns over insensitive comments about pandemic-led staff issues

Featured - February 13, 2021

KPMG UK head resigns over insensitive comments about pandemic-led  staff issues Allegation of being tone-deaf to the plight of employees and declaring there is nothing c...