IR experts from across industries discuss how safety at work deeply impacts employees’ motivation and productivity.
One CEO, four CHROs discussed whether organisations are ready for a shift aimed at enabling humans and machines to be co-workers.
A panel at The Happiness Conclave 2.0 discussed whether technology really helps iron out the inconveniences of employee work-life or is more intrusive.
A panel of senior members from the industry – Rajesh Padmanabhan, Rani Desai, ES Srinivas, Sandip Ghose, Mahalakshmi R and Kamal Karanth – with diverse experience and expertise opine on what happiness means in the current times and how organisations can facilitate the same.
Mette Ekeroth, deputy head of mission, Embassy of Denmark in India, shares the simple elements that ensure a happy country and happy people.
We are living in interesting times with not just changes but unpredictability in different dimensions impacting society, organisations and individuals.
Happy customers are made by happy employees. Hence, process experience for employees has to be that simple too. Sanchayan Paul, head of rewards–effectiveness and change, Vodafone, shares the secret recipe behind ensuring employee happiness at the workplace.
Uniformity, however much important for workplace, can never guarantee happiness. Prabir Jha, Global Chief People Officer, Cipla shares the key to employee happiness in the new era of man and machines at the workplace.
A customer only spends money on the organisation, but the employees invest their time and energy. Therefore, expectations of the latter, from the organisation, are naturally higher.
Corporate wellness initiatives should also focus on how people’s personal and social lives can be made happy.
Happiness of an employee does not necessarily depend on the manager or HR.
For HR to make people happy or to measure happiness, understanding these four chemicals – dopamine, oxytocin, serotonin and endorphin – and their importance in steering moods is very crucial.
A raging situation called for a positive outlook and a pacifying solution bringing two parties together to make peace with each other.
How unhappy employees at the shop floor can turn out to be life threatening and the ways to create a safer workplace through happiness.
Balachandar N, group director-HR got a small Café Coffee Day team to share their experiences working with the brand and talk about their happiness quotient.
While employee happiness is intrinsic to employees, employee engagement is driven by the employer. How can the two be juxtaposed to create a utopian culture?
The entries were independently evaluated by an esteemed jury comprising thought leaders, management consultants and academicians.
The panel shared their respective companies’ take on enhancing the potential of their workforce.
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), is all set to organise its two-day annual conference on September 24 and 25, 2015.
Four organisations have made it to the finals of the Best Leadership Development Practices of Asia Study 2015
Gallup links employee engagement to nine integral performance outcomes — customer ratings, profitability, productivity, turnover, safety incidents, shrinkage, absenteeism, patient safety incidents and quality.
The completely student-driven event, Spandan, saw the participation of HR experts from several MNCs.
The speakers were of the opinion that though technology can be used to one’s advantage by reducing the lead time for screening candidates and shortlisting the right fits, the human intervention and the process of face-to-face interviews can’t be totally undermined.