Effective HRM Strategies to Smoothen and Sweeten the Downsizing and the Layoff Process


Exits, Whether Voluntary Or Involuntary, are Inevitable Organizations let go of employees for a variety of reasons. While voluntary exits or those employees who leave organizations to seek greener pastures elsewhere are at one of the spectrum in terms of process and the HR (Human Resource) strategies used, involuntary exits where employees are made to […]

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Why the Future of Work is Virtual, Gig Based, and Cognitive and its implications for HR


The Changing Nature of Work and the Transition to the Fourth Industrial Revolution Work, as we know it, is changing before our eyes. While historically, the nature of work evolved from informal to formal exchanges between employers and employees, ever since the Industrial Revolution in the Eighteenth and the Nineteenth Centuries, work has come to […]

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Why HR Managers Must Treat the Exit Interviews as Feedback and Learning Experiences


The Importance of Exit Interviews Despite being treated as chores and unavoidable components of the organizational processes, Exit Interviews are indeed important and can serve as sources of valuable feedback and provide inputs for learning and improvement within the organizations. Exit Interviews, as the name implies are conducted when employees leave organizations and are used […]

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