Combating sexism in the workplace. Negotiating a better salary. Navigating the return to office. Improving productivity. Attracting the right talent. These were the topics of greatest interest in 2022 – to HR practitioners, business leaders, managers, and of course employees in every industry and at every level.
As 2022 draws to a close, we bring your our top picks – 10 of the most widely read stories we carried this year.
Signs of sexism in the workplace can be subtle but recognising these instances can help lessen the challenges faced by those at the receiving end.
As most business owners expect their workforces to be full-time in-person next year, 1 in 3 are worried about the impact that announcing their return-to-office decisions could have on retention, says a report.
Negotiating for a better pay package makes so many of us uncomfortable that we end up accepting the first offer without much thought. The challenge is to assert oneself and push for higher pay.
These women have powers, but are they just token female representation?
Commute avoidance will lead to the rise of the 15-minute work-life model – a new reality where people choose to work, live and play within 15 minutes of their home.
Every organisation has its own approach to culture, depending on its size, vision, goals, and several other factors. Any organisation should have a four-pronged ‘People First’ approach towards building its culture.
The study also delves into the concept of ‘Omni-connectedness’ where employees can experience a level playing field of full participation and equitable connection with their work.
Joey, Chandler, Ross, Phoebe, Rachel and Monica have not just been entertaining people with their friendship since years, but also been teaching us life lessons. Here are some such lessons we learnt from Friends!
The flamboyant Tesla owner's acquisition of Twitter is a stormy tale full of twists and turns.
Beware: some relations at work can lead to instances of sexual misconduct and harassment.
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