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Advances in Assessment & Selection

05 Feb 2018  by   Tarandeep Singh and Vishal Singh

Assessment of candidates for jobs and internal postings today is a far cry from the days of written tests with multiple choice questions. A combination of increasing focus on ‘fitment’, organisational requirements, technology advancements, and candidate expectations is driving a sea change in how we measure a person’s or team’s capabilities.

Turning On the Microphone

In today’s dynamic business environment, measurement of employee engagement, culture, and the general work experience only once a year, or even less frequently can cripple organisations. Just as leaders want to listen more continuously, employees want to be continuously heard.


22 Jan 2018  by   Tarandeep Singh and Ajith Nair

The proportion of millennials in corporate workforces is steadily increasing. As they move up the ranks, companies will have to transition from managing them to employing millennials as managers

The Elements of a Great Candidate Experience

15 Jan 2018  by   Tarandeep Singh and Ajith Nair

The war for talent is steadily increasing in intensity. With rising job opportunities, top candidates are using their pre-hire experience to decide on where they want to work. However, a massive 46% of candidates rate their applicant experience as poor or very poor.

Wired For Engagement

02 Jan 2018  by   Tarandeep Singh and Ajith Nair

Here’s a statistic that every HR professional must know: Research has shown that a 5% increase in employee engagement results in a 3% revenue upside in a year. Juxtaposed with the fact that globally only 24% of employees are “Highly Engaged” and 39% “Moderately Engaged”, it’s critical for organisations aspiring to produce elite results to challenge the status quo.

Engagement Outliers

12 Dec 2017  by   Tarandeep Singh and Ajith Nair

“How can we achieve top quartile levels of employee engagement?” This is a question every CEO is asking his business leaders and the HR head.Why? Because the top 25% of companies in terms of employee engagement scores, consistently deliver higher revenue growth and shareholder returns.

High-Potential or No Potential?

29 Nov 2017  by   Tarandeep Singh and Vishal Singh

High-Potentials are an organization’s most coveted resources. It is well recognized that theyhelp ensure growth, innovation and effective succession planning. Today, “HiPo” has taken its place alongside “engagement,” “bandwidth,” “sustainability,” and “transparency” in the 21st century corporate lexicon. However, many organizations do not define what exactly it means to be a High-Potential and how to manage them efficiently.

Succession Planning – A Priority for Corporate Leaders

A succession plan is essentially the identification of the next CEO or the person who could step into that position, right? Wrong!

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