Flexible Work Arrangements: Pros & Cons
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  • 04 March 2020
  • BY STMPL

Flexible Work Arrangements: Pros & Cons

Flexible Work Arrangements (FWAs) have taken the traditional organizational practices by storm and are being dubbed as a “Revolutio ...

How to Make the most of Social Media to Boost Recruitment?
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  • 04 March 2020
  • BY STMPL

How to Make the most of Social Media to Boost Recruitment?

In the year 1921, Frigyes Karinthy introduced the theory of six degrees of separation. He explained how the chains of acquaintances can c ...

9 Tried and Tested Methods to Improve Employee Retention
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  • 04 March 2020
  • BY STMPL

9 Tried and Tested Methods to Improve Employee Retention

Employees are the biggest asset of any organization. So, it becomes absolutely crucial to take good care of one’s workforce so that ...

5 Ways to Engage Gen X & Y in your Workplace
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  • 04 March 2020
  • BY STMPL

5 Ways to Engage Gen X & Y in your Workplace

Gen X and Y have become the most frequently used phrases in the corporate circle. Gen X is grouped together as people born between the 19 ...

How to Bridge the Workplace Generation Gap
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  • 04 March 2020
  • BY STMPL

How to Bridge the Workplace Generation Gap

Imagine a world with no variety, everything and everyone similar. How unexciting it would be! A workplace with varied people, o ...

How to Spot a Great Boss in an Interview
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  • 04 March 2020
  • BY STMPL

How to Spot a Great Boss in an Interview

It is a very common saying that “Employees leave managers, not companies.” A boss can make your working life comfortable or t ...

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