To celebrate ‘International Women’s Month’ we will discuss how to set up DEI programs in Philippine companies
With a pandemic ravaged economy, HR competencies need an overhaul too. This to address the changing landscape of the business environment.
When the government suspends work for the public sector because of a natural or man-made calamity, should the private sector follow suit?
Period leaves for women became a debatable issue among leaders, some believed it’s a step towards inclusivity, others saw it as drawback.
Management is cautiously excited to re-open business after the lockdown. But an employee refuse work for fear of COVID-19 infection. What can be done?
After the COVID-19 lockdown, re-opening biz is a challenge. With the slump and added cost on safety measures, how will you address employee oversupply?
DOLE issues Advisory 04 series of 2020 to detail employers responsibility to prevent and control the spread of 2019-nCov ARD in the Philippines
Atlanta based Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) wants to scale up the conversation about diversity in the workplace, to include formerly incarcerated individuals.
When a person described his job as calling, a positive attitude towards work and the company should match the claim
A high employee satisfaction creates an environment conducive to productivity. While the actions of a dissatisfied employee slowsdown productivity.
Telecommuting, under RA 11165, in PH is now a law. Private companies are encouraged to make arrangements with employees to work in an alternative workspace.
Social capital is the goodwill that we invested to the community. This investment will yield favourable returns towards a positive public relations