Employee productivity

HR Management: Here are 3 Quick Tips to Filter the Right Talent

There is currently too much emphasis on hiring the right talent, rather than allowing the talent to make the right decisions

Rajeev Shroff

How to Protect Privacy While Leveraging Data to Boost Employee Productivity

Organizations the world over have missed out on integrating data analytics tools into their HR processes, resulting in stunted talent management programs. However, the ecosystem is witnessing a transformation

Sanjeev Grover

Channelling Procrastination Into Productivity

Highlight the importance of little details of the brief, and pinpoint the fact that without questions ordinarily, such finer details would not be clear

Rajeev Shroff

Become 40% More Productive

Top performing organisations get more done by 10am on a Thursday than most companies achieve in a full week. Bain & Co partner, Michael Mankins reveals their secret to success.

How Improving Employee Onboarding Can Boost Your Bottom Line

It can be the key to staff retention and company success

Amy Chen

Time to Stand Up From Your Desk

Standing while working can help increase life expectancy and improve productivity, confirms study

Pooja Singh

How Fedgroup Boosted Employee Productivity Through Gamification

Gamification has become a hot topic in recent years, but what does it actually mean for your business, and how you can use it to drive employee performance

Grant Field

What Quantified Self Did for Six-Pack Abs, 'Quantified Business' Can Do for Your Startup

You'll find the extra time you need when you start tracking how you're spending your days.

How does a Workplace Near Home Shoot up an Employee's Productivity

Long hours travelling after a hectic day increases stress and lowers the overall effectiveness of an employee in long run

Ashish Agarwal

How Time Tracking is Different from Time Policing

Every employee in a company should be explained why the employer needs a time-tracking data and how it benefits them

Is a Shorter Workday Actually Better for Businesses?

In a Swedish study, a six-hour workday resulted in a 4.7 percent reduction in total sick days taken and a noticeable reduction in absenteeism.

Jayson DeMers