Priyansha Mistry

Should We Discuss Politics At Work?

Workplace Culture - December 10, 2019

There are certain things that you can never discuss at work. It could be religion, politics, or sex. Sadly, the modern workplace is drought of workplace etiquette. It’s...

The Office Christmas Party and Legal Liability

Workplace Culture - December 10, 2019

While you can’t eliminate the legal liability that stems from an office Christmas party, you can most certainly create an environment that minimizes its legal liabiliti...

5 Tips to Perform Tasks Effectively

One of the biggest questions first-time managers often face is how to delegate work. As the most reliable person on the team, one of the best ways to prepare your staff f...

Do You Have A Winning Right Culture To Succeed?

Leadership - October 11, 2019

As Peter Drucker famously said, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” In today’s world of work where change happens fast, the first question analysts are most like...

How to Avoid Office Drama

Workplace Culture - September 17, 2019

One of the best decisions you can make in your life is to choose to not get involved in petty office drama. Unfortunately, no matter how close-knit you are with your cowo...

4 Secrets for Handling a Behavioral Interview

Interviews - September 16, 2019

A behavioral interview is a major part of the candidate assessment process. Employers and hiring managers rely on behavioral job interview questions in order to find out ...

3 Unprofessional Habits that Secretly Annoy Your Coworkers

Workplace Culture - September 05, 2019

Habits can make or break our lives. A lot of what we do every day is based on a habit that we’ve developed at some point. Many habits are helpful, like waking up early,...

How To Handle Underperforming Employees?

Leadership - September 04, 2019

Every manager, at some point in their career, will have to learn to handle underperforming employees. The way you choose to deal with underperforming employees, be it in ...

STUDY: People Find Robots As Less Threatening Than Human Replacements in A Job Setting

Featured - August 08, 2019

Robots are starting to take human jobs, and it’s going to continue until machines handle 52 percent of jobs currently handled by hourly human workers. But this “robot...

Making Diversity Central to Success: Q&A With Chevron’s Chief Diversity Officer

Featured - August 01, 2019

Diversity is an overused word, but at Chevron it’s a perfect description of its corporate culture. How did it happen? The company’s 2018 Corporate Responsibility Repo...

Which Job Perks Do Employees Value?

With the unemployment rate dropping to 3.6 percent – the lowest rate since December 1969, and the U.S. job market the tightest it has been in half a century, human ...

The INs and OUTs of Business Literacy

Leadership - August 01, 2019

Financial ignorance carries massive costs. Without an understanding of basic financial concepts, executives are not well-equipped to make decisions related to financial m...

5 Office Etiquette to Live By

Avoid foul & offensive language in the workplace A 2007 study published in the Leadership and Organizational Development Journal by Yehuda Baruch and Stuart Jenkins o...

Leadership Lessons from IBM’s CHRO Diane Gherson: Lead the Change

Leadership - July 23, 2019

One of the most common questions Jane Harper gets at The HR Digest is: “How can I become a better HR leader?” Great leadership takes years of practice. A primary reas...

US Jobless Claims Fall; Single Mothers and Minorities Face Lower Barriers in Jobs Market

Featured - July 11, 2019

US Jobless claims dropped to 209,000 in the week ended July 6, which included the July 4 holiday, according to Labor Department data released Thursday. The closely watch...

Key Stages and Symptoms of Job Burnout

Job Burnout was first described by American-German psychologist Herbert Freudenberger in 1974, and has since appeared in thousands of scientific publications (850,000 acc...