The cost of a recognition system is quite small and the benefits are large when implemented effectively like increased individual productivity, greater employee satisfaction and enjoyment of work - more time spent focusing on the job and less time complaining, higher loyalty and satisfaction scores from customers, teamwork between employees is enhanced, lowers employee turnover etc. Read More..
Cover Story - Rewards & Recognition
Employees Recognition is a highly effective and proven strategy for improving employee engagement. Rewarding and recognizing those who work hard to generate value for the organization and keeping these set of employees motivated for doing the same on a continuous basis finds greater relevance today than ever before. Read More..
Samir was worried about the profitability of his 200 million rupee company. Samir was operating with minimal raw material and labour cost. He did not know where to save further. The next biggest operational cost was oil consumption. Read More..
Top management needs to be reminded to endorse the program visibly and continually, until it gets ingrained into the ways of working. When the process starts from the top, it will flow all the way down; however the converse is not true. Read More..
Employee feedback is the crucial link between the employee performance and recognition. As a line manager, if you have not communicated to employee about his contributions and the strengths that he brings to the table, employee would find it difficult to connect with the award. Read More..
In the process of entrustment, who is accountable for motivating, nurturing, growing, developing and engaging talented HR professionals is still not clear in many corporates. Read More..
Formulating and putting into practice an impregnable reward and recognition system demands for careful and immaculate analysis of the companys policies and procedures. Deciding how to recognize employees efforts and what to provide them requires thorough analysis of responsibilities and risks involved in a particular job. Read More..
Article of the Month - December 2016
Supreme Court has laid down the guidelines and observed that paying less wages as compared to others similarly situated constitutes an act of exploitive enslavement emerging out of a domineering position and such action is oppressive, suppressive and cohesive as it compels involuntary subjugation. Read More..
It is an annual corporate conclave organised by Team Convention, Dept. of Commerce, DSE. This event is staged together by both HR and IB. It encompasses a keynote session followed by three panel discussions. Each session aims to address ongoing... Read More..
Payment of back-wages is discretionary and unless workman proves that he remained un-employed throughout, back-wages not to be granted. Mulin Sharma vs. State of Assam and Others. 2016 LLR 1125 (S.C.) Read More..
Forum of behavioural safety is going to organize first ever national conference on Behaviour Based Safety on 16 January 2017 and SCOPE COMPLEX, New Delhi Dr. H.L. Kaila on the half of the forum said that the practicing professionals are Dr. Suresh K.... Read More..