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Difference Between Salary and Wages

August 21, 2015 By Surbhi The term salary and wages is often confused by people and is used interchangeably. But the truth is that both these terms differ from each other and hold different meanings. Salary is a fixed amount paid to the employees at regular intervals for their performance and productivity whereas wages are the hourly- based payment given to the labor for the amount of work finishe...

HR Library – Ready Reckoner

  Hi HRians, On the press of button Now you can access HR LIBRARY Ready Reckoner – Reference Repository of eBooks Articles Motivational videos Presentations HR Policies Case studies Picture gallery Short stories and Motivational stories….

4 Secrets of Managing your own Manager

Attrition is considered to be a problem of Managers. The problem can be solved by coaching employees on How to Manage their Manager and play a long inning in the organization. 4 secrets of Managing a Manager guides on practical techniques of Managing a Manager

Training is like making a horse fly

    Whenever I am invited to any of the training forums, I ensure to share the story titled ‘Horse may fly’. The story is set in the times when King’s verdict was never questioned. In one such instance, a King ordered life sentence to a man. Having just a few days at hand, the accused went up to a wise man, asking if there was a way out. Well-fed with the wise suggestions, the accused we...

Power of One to One – The game changer

It’s a fundamental rule of management that to lead others you need to practice frequent and open communication. It’s certainly a simple idea that sounds good, but yet so many of us don’t actually make it happen at all. Why is having a one-hour meeting once a week so hard? First, we know we’re supposed to have them, but aren’t always sure what makes them productive. We may err on the side of being ...

10 common HR mistakes in StartUps — or why some companies make it and some don’t

Most of you would probably agree that hiring, maintaining and developing great people and talent is one of the toughest challenges you face when building and running a company. At the same time we all know that having the best people on the bus can sometimes decide between life and death of your company. So why do the majority of StartUps still don’t get it right? Having worked with close to a hun...

Role of HR to ‘Make in India’

By Haresh Chaturvedi Earlier, if anybody ever travelled abroad, he/she would always be flooded by requests by relatives and friends to bring back goodies from the respective country ­ each place its niche. ‘You’ll get nice quality for cheap’, they’d say. This was mid ­nineties. While today, India is making its dent across the globe with his fiercely progressive citizens con...

Hello HR, what do you do?

Every year, the way businesses operate is changing – and HR is no exception to the rule. The role of human resources has been evolving. The shift from “personnel” to “human resources,” for example, was part of the movement to acknowledge the value of employees as an organizational resource. A multifaceted approach delivering HR services that meets the needs of both employee...

HR automation: Three things to remember

If the industrial revolution transformed the kind of jobs people aspired to have, a slew of new age technologies along with increasing automation today are slowly driving a similar transformation in many facets of the businesses. In the last few decades alone, the rise of digital disruptors has changed the way industries operate and the way business is conducted. But this has taken a completely be...

Role of HR in Career Pathing and Development

“If one does not know to which port one is sailing, no wind is favorable.” – Lucius Annaeus Seneca It is easy to infer from the above quote that interest is where one’s success lies. The more difficult part albeit is to find that interest. The “mobile first cloud first” era of communication that we live in, is changing the way we do business – you possibly couldn’t have imagined a mobile based mes...

HR – Why do we do what we do

To perform the role of an HR executive we look at qualifications and educational backgrounds and we look at the good national or  global work exposure. (Later, preferred more usually) Taking  my experience, after my Masters in Social Work, in the nascent stage of my HR career, I spent time on administration and welfare and sometimes compliance management. As far as I remember, during studies I was...

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