Human Resources Articles

Human Resources section covers the wide spectrum of management of workforce, interpersonal relations in the corporate world by having articles on different concepts. Apart from these institutions and systems working for empowerment of the people also falls under this category.

15+ HR Interview Questions and Answers for Freshers & Experienced Professionals 26 June 2017

Interview is the most important stage of selection for any candidate applying for a job. The interviewer is always prepared with a set of interview questions and the interviewee has to tackle them with efficient answers. The interview is a platform where company officials identify the potential employees by asking them questions relevant to the job as well as the history of the person, for which they expect the candidate to be well prepared with the answers. A lot of job interview questions and answers are generic which talk about the person, his/her education, prior work experience etc. However, once the introduction about the candidate is over, the interview questions and answers become more technical i.e. more relevant to the job, skill set required etc. These job interview questions and answers are useful for students, experienced professionals, freshers etc. This article answers the 15+ basic and most common questions asked during any job or general interview across the world. 


Cross Functional Induction for New Employees 13 June 2017

Companies focus a lot on hiring new talent to have quality workforce in their organization. Depending upon the requirement, companies come up with relevant job profiles for which people from across various domains apply. After multiple rounds of interviews and selection processes, companies hire the most suitable candidate for the profile. However, It becomes very important for an organization to groom an individual at the very beginning of recruitment itself. And, that can only be done by a cross functional induction.


Life Cycle of an Employee in an Organization 22 April 2017

A Life Cycle is a series of stages through which something (as an individual, culture or manufactured product) passes during a life time. In some cases the process is slow, and the changes are gradual. We all know, human beings have various steps during their lives, such as zygote, embryo, child and adult. The change from child to adult is slow and continuous.


Indian Startup Ecosystem - Dream or Disaster for People 01 April 2017

This is probably the best time to live and be proud of India. India, the third largest start up eco system is on a ride, witnessed the highest investments ever. There could never be a better time to contribute to nation building. There could be no better time to be architects of our careers in a self-propelling India. With identifiable roots centuries ago, India is once again, metamorphosing to be a young energetic congregation of minds, riding the reigns of a galloping productivity machine.


Human Resources - Future Power of Business 01 March 2017

The time of grueling examinations is over and for most of the management prospects; whether they are fresh out of college or the ones who have already left their jobs dreaming of a fat pay cheque, MBA is a sure shot ticket to enter the corporate world and fulfill their dreams. But like thousands of students who enter the gates of a B School every year, the realms of reality often fell heavy on their heads in the form of books and presentations.


Relevance Of Bell Curve In Today’s Business 04 February 2017

The concept of bell curve was introduced in 1970s by Jack Welch, General Electric’s former executive to know the relative performance of employees working in his organization and it identified the four measuring standards to rate its employees like high level of energy, synching the employees goals towards the organisational goals, ability to take the decision, and the determination to take up and deliver the responsibilities within a stipulated time. It uses the law of averages or standard deviation. The centre of the curve depicts the majority of employees of the organization that fall under the category of average performers. The tail of the curve represents the underperformers and the top performers. Thus a bell curve divides its employees majorly into three categories dreadful competitors, stars or the hyper performers of the organisation and the rump the major lot of the organisation which lies in the middle.


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