Easy HR

Blog
HR’S Checklist for an office party
HR’S Checklist for an office party 150 150 Kanhai Chhugani

Planning an office party, here’s the essential list of dos and don’ts, you cannot afford to miss.

Employees look forward to celebrate some good time at their workplaces and socialize with their colleagues, as this helps them bond better and work closer. If the HR team of an organisation plans to organise an office party, they should ensure that employees are encouraged to enjoy themselves, albeit under some restrictions.

read more

The worst thing you can do with digital disruption is ignore it
The worst thing you can do with digital disruption is ignore it 150 150 Kanhai Chhugani

Organizations often forget that any kind of disruption is both a threat and a business opportunity.

What’s the first thing you do when you wake up?

If you check your phone before you brush your teeth or eat breakfast, you are with the 80 percent of 18-to 44-year-olds, surveyed in the Mobile Mindset study who rub sleep out of their eyes while checking their smart phones.

read more

Do you have an agile HR?
Do you have an agile HR? 150 150 Kanhai Chhugani

If ‘agility’ is the new buzzword of the tech industry, it’s not without reason.
Post-recession, there is no such thing as ‘business as usual’. Organizations are faced with unprecedented challenges as well as opportunities for growth. To take advantage of these opportunities, business leaders need to act quickly and HR needs to partner with them effectively. This implies an agile HR.

So what does agile mean for HR?

read more

HR with a heart
HR with a heart 150 150 Kanhai Chhugani

Sabrina-Zolkifi-June-2014-letter-to-google Gestures matter because at the end of the day, we are all dealing with human emotions

How can an HR manager not be moved by a handwritten appeal of a little girl, written in blue crayon? This one wrote to Google, where her dad works, asking him if he could have the day off to celebrate his birthday with his family. This is what she wrote:

Dear Google Worker,

Can you please make sure when daddy goes to work, he gets one day off. Like he can get a day off on Wednesday. Because daddy only gets a day off on Saturday.

From, Katie

read more

Meet us at Shine Conclave @ Pune
Meet us at Shine Conclave @ Pune 150 150 Kanhai Chhugani

10339323_499929400152364_1052306770218426430_o

Remotely, yours
Remotely, yours 150 150 Kanhai Chhugani

Remotely YoursHere are a clutch of cool tools that enable you to manage your offshore team

Let’s start with a story: Ganesh works in a software development company in Hyderabad, where he has a proven track record of doing out-o-the-box thinking on complex problems and implementing solutions. His manager appreciates this and offers him a senior supervisory role with an offsite team in Silicon Valley, California.

Ganesh is initially ecstatic but later heartbroken. A reclusive nerd, he doesn’t have the social skills to settle down fast in the new work environment. Worse, as an offshore worker on the payrolls of a different company, he is treated as a second citizen in the US.

read more

HR Strategies Toolkit
HR Strategies Toolkit 150 150 Kanhai Chhugani

Toolkit“Why,” you may inquire, “do I need a policies and practices manual or software program for managing my staff?”

Since when is people management a strategic – consideration, needing meticulous planning?

The simple answer is, since the time the human factor of production became the most important driver for the Knowledge Economy. With employees in the driving seat, you need to creatively and “strategically” manage your workplace to be able to develop, communicate and enforce a set of policies and practices that are designed to promote growth at individual and organizational level. Modern day automation tools offer the opportunity to wield more control over your HR strategic planning based on a defensible quantitative process rather than your “gut feeling.”

read more