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boost employee

In today’s digital age, increasing customer loyalty should be at the top of every small business’ marketing strategy. Don’t get us wrong, acquiring new customers is important too, but your loyal customers will be your best assets.

#1 Start with the Golden Rule

This should go without saying, which is why we wanted to make it number one in this post. It’s something our mothers, fathers, teachers, and other influential adults have taught us our whole

recruitment process

Recruiting and retaining top talent is undoubtedly the most important thing for an organisation to stay ahead of the curve in today’s cutthroat business ecosystem. Unfortunately, several organisations tend to struggle in the burgeoning and competitive talent market when it comes to recruit the best employees from the pool. Now when we talk about recruitment and retention, the very first term to pop in our heads is “HR”. Yes, it is the HR, who executes

skill the team

As a team manager, one of your foremost responsibilities is to train or upskill your team member to take on higher responsibilities and deliver the task efficiently and effectively. It is critical that you understand the principles of learning so that you can weave them into your training design and programs. If you have a need, you want to be trained Your team members will invest time and effort into learning what they sense they

fired from job

It’s a tough world out there, with newer technologies eating the older behemoths and pushing them in oblivion. It’s a matter of time before we see organizations restructure themselves to face the new world order, that is hyper-connected and hyper-automated. So what can you do to avoid slipping into oblivion when restructuring happens, try doing these things to stay ahead of the pack, you need to make your career resilient to the future shocks, don’t

if you don't ask you won't get

In your career whether you are seeking more money, higher status, increased visibility, additional hands, or more vacation time, you are most likely not to get it, if you don’t ask your manager for it. Good managers see asking as a sign of self-confidence and as a sign respect for your manager because you are not just expecting it to happen. But initiating a dialogue to see what does it take to make it happen.