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How Can Manufacturing Sector Drive Results With HR Strategies?

HR Strategies

US manufacturing industry is renowned for its productivity around the world. Around 18.2 percent of the world’s goods are produced in the US. In 2017, manufacturing sector added around 11.6 percent of value to the GDP. This total contribution can be further improved by implementing result-oriented HR strategies. (more…)

Signs Boredom Prevails In Your Office

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Employee boredom often tends to go unnoticed; on the surface, everything appears to be tranquil, but the truth is, your employee is highly dissatisfied with his work and is planning to jump ship. When employees reach a plateau, dissatisfaction creeps in. The management has no clue about the impending doom until an employee hands in his resignation letter. Identify professionally bored employees with these signs to reduce employee turnover. (more…)

Workplace Conflicts: The Main Reasons

The Main Reasons Of Workplace Conflicts

Want to know why your employees are not getting along and why do so many issue keep cropping up at the workplace? Keep on reading! (more…)

Misery Loves Company: How To Deal With A Worker With A Negative Attitude?

Negative Attitude Employee

There is at least one Grinch lurking around in every office, who steals work-motivation and productivity. They’re not green in color, which makes their identification difficult. When left unnoticed, they tend to multiply in numbers, and if this situation is left unaddressed, you’ll soon have a workforce of temperamental and emotionally unstable people. It’s imperative you deal with negativity in its initial stages. Here is what you need to do.…

When Things Get Personal: How To Deal With Emotional Employees?

Emotional Employees

For the longest of time, we used overall intelligence and experience as a standard for recruiting, but with time, the industry has learnt the importance of EQ (emotional quotient) and EI (emotional intelligence). EI measures a person’s ability to understand his own feelings and of those around him. You might be under impression that business is emotionless and extremely practical, but that’s not the case. (more…)