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The “ins and outs” of how to manage change in the workplace

Leadership - May 24, 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic has been a great wake-up call for companies and their ability to manage change in the workplace. Things needed to change and fast, there was no time...

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 ...

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...

The rule-book for terminating an employee

Leadership - April 26, 2021

There is no easy way to approach the subject of termination with an employee. Whether it is a layoff or even because of just cause, it is hard to have “the talk” and ...

How to get better at delegating

Leadership - April 22, 2021

Most new bosses find it difficult to let others handle their work, especially those that require extreme skills. Sometimes, they are afraid to let their subordinates acqu...

Employer Branding and Talent Attraction in a Post-COVID World

Leadership - March 23, 2021

Employer Branding can be termed as the identity of a business or enterprise. It is also defined as “The package of functional, economical and psychological benefits pro...

Employee Exit – The Gracious Way to Do It

Leadership - March 14, 2021

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s recent interview has managed to divide the whole world into two camps— those who believe and sympathize with them and others who say ...

6 Leadership Tips for First-time Managers to Step Up Your Game!

Leadership - March 04, 2021

A good manager can make or break a team. For a first-time manager who has been promoted from being a part of team to be in charge of a team the responsibilities can be ov...

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...

Black History Month: Inspiration Women Leaders Who Changed the World

Leadership - February 27, 2021

“History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage, need not be lived again,” is what Maya Angelou said. If you do not learn y...

Put Employer Branding at the Core of Your Strategy

Leadership - January 30, 2021

Your  employer  brand can be the deciding factor in whether top talent chooses  you over your competitors.  ...

How To Win With People Analytics

Leadership - January 09, 2021

What sorts of “insight” are expected from technologies? How do organizations use personal data accumulated by machines and make predictions of different types...

Why we must create a purpose-driven organization

Leadership - December 25, 2020

One of the great concerns that companies have contemplated the most in recent years has been how to ensure their people are motivated, engaged and highly committed to the...

A Guide to Holding a Formal Disciplinary Meeting

Employee Benefits - December 23, 2020

Turn the formal disciplinary meeting into an employee growth opportunity with goal-focused feedback and the right tips. ...

A Guide to Conquering Loneliness at Work

Leadership - December 14, 2020

Loneliness at work is more common than you think. The new work culture that the pandemic has thrown up is the widespread acceptance of work-from-home option by a large nu...