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Rachel Lim

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5 Ways HR Managers can Create Work-Life Balance

Posted by Rachel Lim on Apr 30, 2019 11:33:44 AM

Work-life balance refers to free time, self-care, time with family or for hobbies and interests. Anyone can and should take measures of their own to create work-life balance, but it’s going to be hard to achieve without a supportive or accommodating work environment.

Further, Bersin claims that at the moment, 40% of Americans believe they have to sacrifice work-life balance in order to have a successful career. They haven’t been proven wrong yet.

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Workplace Culture

The Hottest Workplace Trend of the Future is HR

Posted by Rachel Lim on Apr 30, 2019 11:16:53 AM

But how has HR become so significant?

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Topics: Leadership, HR Strategy

Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS) and Employee Experience

Posted by Rachel Lim on Apr 5, 2019 3:05:37 PM

Employee and Customer Loyalty aren’t they the same thing?

Ever wondered why employee loyalty is so important, and how it relates to customer loyalty? After all - the NPS (Net Promoter Score) and the eNPS score (Employee Net Promoter Score) - are calculated in the same manner. Both scores are valuable for the company’s progress and wellbeing. But how? And what’s the link between them?

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Topics: Employee Engagement, HR analytics

Effective Communication in the Workplace leads to Business Outcomes?

Posted by Rachel Lim on Mar 13, 2019 2:47:26 PM

Open communication culture doesn’t only entail simply updating fellow department members or managers about work progress. In order to have great communication, everyone should aim to build stronger relationships with their peers and managers across all departments.

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Topics: Employee Engagement, HR analytics, HR Strategy

How to Recruit and Retain Generation Z

Posted by Rachel Lim on Feb 20, 2019 5:07:18 PM

For HR Managers, the art of attracting Millennials - the generation born in the early 1980s to the mid 1990s - is certainly nothing new. By offering flexible working hours and incorporating technology into the workplace, firms have been able to satisfy these ‘gig’ employees for years now. However, what many firms have yet to prepare for is Generation Z - the generation born between the mid-1990s to the early 2000s.

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Attrition / Retention, HR Strategy, Workplace Culture