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Tip of the Day – Setting The Right Compensation Strategy

The right compensation strategy is important to attract and retain talent and to some extent, shapes the culture of the company. These are some key considerations:   Internal Equity Internal equity relates to how employees are paid in relation to their colleagues in the same organisation. This is typically managed through job grades and salary [...]

August 13th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

Tip of the Day: Injecting Variety Into Your Employee’s Work To Enhance Learning

Needing to use only one skill at work over and over again may bore out your employees, stagnate their learning curves, and reduce productivity. With employees increasingly seeking out challenges and learning opportunities, you can foster such experiences by providing them with a sense of variety at work. Job enrichment Assign your employees additional responsibilities and duties normally reserved for [...]

August 13th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

Tip of the Day- Developing Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) have been used extensively to evaluate the performance and to decide on the eventual rewards accorded to employees, thus it has a strong influence in shaping behaviours and attitudes of employees. It is important to ensure that the KPIs set have the following characteristics  to ensure the right behaviours and outcomes prevail. [...]

August 13th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

Tip of the Day: ‘Dating’ the Right Talent

Recruiting talent is no different from dating. You need to make yourself attractive to have the right talents knocking at your door. How can your company better position itself in the eyes of potential candidates? Communicate an Impactful MVV MVV refers to Mission, Vision, and Values. Good talents are drawn towards having meaningful careers, thus a company's strategic [...]

August 13th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

Tip of the Day: Nurturing Pride At The Workplace

Instilling pride is one the most cost-effective ways to foster higher employee engagement. In fact, it has the highest correlation with workplace happiness according to the latest data from the National Workplace Happiness Survey (2017).   Celebrate Success Milestones Share the news and celebrate each success milestone that the company has achieved so that all [...]

August 13th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

Tip of the Day: Speaking to Under-Performing Employee

It is always easy to speak to an employee if he is a top performer. How about when you have to speak to an under-performing member of your team? While there is a need to pinpoint the issue, your conversations with this member have to be tactical and non-discouraging, as there may be problems which [...]

August 13th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

Tip of the Day – Managing Your Employee’s Off-boarding Process

An off-boarding process is more than just recovering company’s assets. When an employee leaves, it has an impact on other employees’ morale, and might even open up your company to legal and security threats. Thus, its important for the management to take this process seriously and carefully. Issue a resignation acceptance letter An official resignation [...]

August 13th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

Tip of the Day: Playing Fair- Avoiding Perceptions of Favoritism

Everybody, including managers, have their unique personalities and that means each manager gets along better with certain more compatible people.  However, it’s important not to let personal preferences result in favoritism. When there’s favoritism, employees who fall outside their managers’ spheres of preference, are likely to feel as if the results they produce don’t matter, [...]

August 13th, 2020|Categories: Articles|

Tip of the Day: Innovative Collisions Between Employees for Innovation

“Accidental collisions”, otherwise known as random interactions between employees play a key role in generating creative thinking, developing new ideas, and strengthening the work community. These chance meetings, especially between people from different departments or levels, can lead to opportunities for collaboration between unlikely partners and derive new insights and solutions to old problems.   [...]

August 13th, 2020|Categories: Articles|