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Is it okay to cry in office?

If you face crying jags, enter the washrooms or closed spaces to bring it out. Pool of tears can end up bad at workplaces if left out in open. ...

Activision Blizzard Lawsuit Stirs a Tug Of War between Employees and Leadership

Activision Blizzard Lawsuit faces criticism with gender discriminatory policies on hook since a long time now. Females disregard sexual misconduct at Activision and blame...

Some ideas for virtual team-building exercises

Enjoy some virtual team building activities while working from home to develop productivity, team bonding, and motivation to work. ...

Post-Pandemic, Workforce realignment is expected

Post-pandemic reshuffles are required in the job market when corporate landscape is leading to more work hours with less compensations. There’s a need to look out for b...

Workplace Ethics: Maintaining a Clean Workplace

Cleaner your workplace, fresher your minds to end the tasks! Use these ideas to maintain workplace ethics while following essential tasks at your desk. ...

Pandemic Burnout is Rampant in Corporate America

Remote model is to stay! That said, we need a balance to help ourselves with the remote working policies in corporate America to exclude diminished productivity and inclu...

Why Employee Performance Management Fails (and Possible Solutions)

An employee performance management process is one of the oldest, natural and most universal forms of creating a conducive environment in an organization. It’s a continu...

How to handle manipulative people in the workplace

Lying, manipulative, mean-spirited coworkers might be fun to watch on screen. Learn how to handle manipulative people in the workplace. Manipulation is defined as the att...

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...

Tackling burnout while working from home

Japan is notorious for its work ethics and how people work to exhaustion, they even have a term for death by overwork—Karoshi. The same malaise seems to be plaguing the...

What can Human Resources do for the people?

When was the last time you reached somebody in HR? When you joined the organization? For your performance evaluation? Or when something awful occurred at work? HR groups ...

A checklist for return to office mode with the pandemic fading

The vaccine rollout across the world has led many companies to announce a gradual transition back to work from the office. Some are considering a hybrid model—a mix of ...

How to resolve conflicts in office

All collaborative exercises need some rules to co-exist and resolve disputes. If there were no referees for games and no redressal forums, then life would undoubtedly get...

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 ...

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...

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...