Jasneet Kaur, director, people and culture at IPM India tells People Matters about the challenges of digitally managing the workforce, the biggest shifts in employee expectations and her top priorities as a chief people officer in the new normal.
How does one become curious? Is it an inherent trait or a learned behaviour? In this piece, Marcel Parker, Dr R K Premarajan and Vijay Sivaram break down what curiosity is and how it is the important trait an employee can possess.
A significant 58% of government employees felt burnt out by workload and 13% of them have admitted to having ‘quite quit’ in the same period, a rate double that of most other sectors in India, finds a study.
Leadership competencies are increasingly challenged by evolving workforce engagement and retention requirements, but it seems not all have embraced the change, reveals a new study by Russell Reynolds Associates.
The Nobel Prize winners are being announced this week (October 3 to October 13). Svante Pääbo, Alain Aspect, John F. Clauser, Anton Zeilinger and others were conferred with the honour for making an impact in the field of medicine, physics, chemistry, economic science, literature and peace work.