In an era where workers demand more flexibility and space in their professional lives, how do companies keep productivity and innovation levels high while retaining the best talent? We offer some golden advice based on our own experience.
In July’s This Week in HR, we discuss why some struggle with learning is a good thing, assessing the health of your team, and attracting minority talent.
While we’re in the thick of 2018, let’s take a small step back and remind ourselves why we’re here and why we do what we do. Here’s a bit of audio inspiration—3 podcasts on making work a meaningful endeavour.
You’re reading a new edition of This Week in HR, our special digest of HR and Tech-related news. This month we look at speed in decision-making, transparency in an organisation, and employer branding.
In our first edition of This Week in HR: Which traits should you look for when hiring an engineer? What determines workplace culture? And, why corporate jargon is bad for business.
Talenox is growing to become the best HR SaaS designed for people first. We’re constantly on the lookout for great talent. Here’s how we became who we are.
How does one measure and reward good performance? Here are some tips from Neethu from EstherStephen, a consulting firm that works with growth startups.
Some say an unlimited leave policy draws a fine line between flexibility in the office and inefficiency in work attitudes.
Implementing a sound customer support strategy is an extremely important element of a business in today’s landscape. See the infographic created by Talenox.
To the corporate world, I know for a fact you are worried about talent attrition. People are leaving. Repeatedly. And sometimes, for no apparent reason.