Workplace Culture

What is HR Analytics?

Workplace Culture - January 15, 2020

HR or Human Resource Analytics is the analysis that is made about the human resource or employees of the company so that strategies could be framed accordingly to improve...

How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Work Professionally

Workplace Culture - January 13, 2020

When we are young we consider that Valentine’s Day is meant only for lovers. As we grow up we develop an understanding that our family is also the one who needs to be s...

Request for Vacation Leave Email Templates

Workplace Culture - January 08, 2020

There is nothing to feel hesitated about sending a request for vacation leave email. However, it would rather look nice and leave a good impression by convincing your emp...

Desk Eating: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

Workplace Culture - January 03, 2020

Eating at your desk at work might be cost-effective, and help you to save time and multi-task, but doing so could impact your health, career, and sour workplace relations...

Clever Holiday & Christmas Gifts for Coworkers!

Workplace Culture - December 24, 2019

When you spend the better part of the day with your colleagues, it is natural that you develop friendships with some of your co-workers. Come Christmas, you want to celeb...

How To Retain Millennial And Gen Z In The Workplace?

Workplace Culture - December 20, 2019

Millennial and Gen Z are the new age workforce of the companies including young and vibrant employees who can work hard and smart, making it easier for the organization t...

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...

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...

Office Christmas Party Invitation Email Templates

Workplace Culture - December 09, 2019

It is the time of year to spread cheer and good tidings and what better way than to celebrate it with your colleagues and co-workers.  With the year coming to a close, m...

What’s Wrong with Microsoft’s Four-Day Workweek Experiment

Workplace Culture - November 19, 2019

Microsoft created headlines when they recently announced that they were able to boost productivity by 40% in their Japan offices this August by adopting a four-day workwe...

How To Improve An Employee’s Performance?

Workplace Culture - November 18, 2019

Managers in the present-day business scenario are always looking for methods to better manage human resource and improve employee’s performance. This is because the...

Employee or Friend: How to Set Boundaries at Work

Workplace Culture - November 14, 2019

Is it okay to be friends with your subordinates? How to set boundaries at work? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American spends 44 hours per week...

How to Respond To Ageism in the Workplace

Workplace Culture - November 13, 2019

Ageism in the workplace, whether subtle or blatant, takes an emotional toll. Learn how to combat ageism in the workplace. These are tough times for workers over a certain...

What Makes Johnson & Johnson A Great Place To Work

Workplace Culture - November 12, 2019

Several multinational companies around the world make sincere efforts towards making their business an attractive place to appeal the best talent from the industry. Among...

How To Resign Without Burning Bridges

Workplace Culture - November 12, 2019

Resigning from a job is common and should be dealt with responsibly. Attempts should be made to resign without burning bridges. This would help in creating long term rela...

Fun Icebreaker Activities That Will Make Meetings Great Again

Workplace Culture - October 30, 2019

Many studies, research, and surveys suggest that between 30 to 50 percent of our meeting times are wasted. We’re not referring to bad meetings, but all meetings. We dec...