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How Should HR Handle Discrimination And Harassment Complaints?

In 2017, the surge in allegations of sexual misconduct in the workplace has made people question the role of HR when it comes to handling discrimination and harassment complaints. One reason for this might be because the HR department does not go beyond finding and hiring ideal candidates, while it is, in fact, their obligation to manage and develop employee experience and well-being as well. So, how should HR deal with such complaints and make employees feel valued and respected? Ignoring or failing to invest the charges thoroughly might lead to serious damages regarding victims’ health and mentality, productivity, or

How To Build A Working Space That Makes Employees Feel Comfortable With Speech Issues?

The issue of not raising your voice is considered an alarming issue for employees at the office. In the United States alone, medical errors associated with a lack of interaction have led to the death of 400,000 people each year. At the level of an organization, the lack of communication and discussion can be painful and costly to deal with. Over the past few decades, the government has imposed a fine of more than US $ 250 billion due to unethical behavior caused by banks. This is not a small number and it is possible that these behaviors have been

Data-Driven Strategy: How To Achieve It During The Tough Times?

Ilunion, the famous hotel chain in Spain, has a special feature compared to its competitors that every task are built on the most powerful tools to solve contemporary problems. In January 2017, Ilunion began providing detailed information about the company’s reservations and revenue for managers and employees so they could make smarter decisions. The company system consolidates more than 12 million data points from different sources and presents it via a user-friendly dashboard. This summary of information displays key figures such as average sales, room rates and occupancy rates of each hotel, divided by market and channel. This allows managers

How Leaders Around The World Build Multicultural Beliefs

In the meanwhile, leaders from all over the world are starting to communicate more often with their employees. However, with cultures having different codes of conduct, building trust among individuals to work together is also quite difficult. So the question is: “How to build cross-cultural trust between individuals when working together?”. After group interviewing with more than 400 senior managers in the US, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East, there are some reasons to believe that three things which make up a trust relationship are: Positive and rightful mindsets, Understanding the context that affects colleagues, Acquiring the importance of

How Could Corporate Culture Integrate Into The Entire Employee?

Today’s leaders are aware of the corporate culture that is a type of corporate asset that they need to take care of and maintain. The problem is, they often do not receive careful guidance on how to properly build a corporate culture. Sometimes, well-known senior managers do not really create a connection between them and their subordinates to solve business problems. This relatively large gap appears when there is a difference between the leader’s knowledge about problems his subordinate interested in and the actual cultural reality of the business. Fortunately, it is not difficult to narrow this gap if the

3 Types Of Decisions That Actually Helps Leaders Shape Out Their Companies

A recent survey showed that there are more than 1,200 senior managers at global companies feeling uncertain throughout the decision making process: from process-making to keeping pace with each decision and outputs of that decision. Nearly 50% of respondents said that decision making was timely, but 61% said that more than half of the time spent on decision making was ineffective. The opportunity cost of this is huge: about 530,000 workdays of senior managers who are squandered if they are in the Fortune 500 companies, equivalent to $ 250 million for the time of decision-making only. Here are three keys

The Digital Era: Are Millenials Ready To Lead?

Millennials – people born during the period 1980 – 1998, are occupying the majority of the workforce not only in Vietnam but also globally. This generation is gradually becoming leaders and managers in businesses. Born in the digital age, with the opportunity to interact with technology more than the previous generation, but are Millennials ready to become leaders of the 4.0 era? Born in the technology era Unlike previous generations like Gen X or Baby Boomers, Millennials are generations born when technology thrives with breakthroughs that change people’s lives and behaviors. However, to lead an organization, all generations are facing