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13 Preemptive Measures to Keep Employees Productive

By |April 1st, 2023|

Keeping your employees happy is crucial to the success of your business. Employees who are happy and satisfied with their work will be more productive and engaged, leading to better outcomes for your company. Here are 12 preemptive measures you can take to keep employees productive. Make Sure Employees

A Comprehensive Guide to Effective Virtual Collaboration

By |March 28th, 2023|

The remote nature of virtual collaboration has been both a gift and a curse. With the accelerating growth of distributed workforces, virtual collaboration is on the rise — but so are technical issues that render it cumbersome, ineffective, and frustrating. When you work with people halfway around the world,

8 Highly Effective Ways to Motivate Your Employees

By |February 20th, 2023|

Finding a way to motivate employees should no longer be a mystery. While some are motivated by a better salary, others are stimulated by training or a simple "thank you for your work". Talking about motivation requires first understanding that being unmotivated is not a choice. There are several

7 Performance Management Tools That Help an Organization Grow

By |December 23rd, 2022|

Human resource is an agile field that’s always evolving. It’s this agility that makes it easy for HR systems to make a real difference to employees. Employees’ work-life balance, well-being, and productivity are largely dependent on the systems that are set in place by HR teams. That’s why it’s

10 Ways to Collaborate on Video Projects with Your Team

By |August 22nd, 2022|

Filmmaking is an art that requires a group of creators to join hands and work together. Each person involved in the group has knowledge and expertise about an aspect others lack. This has made employee engagement crucial for teams assigned with video projects to ensure the best outcomes.  Nowadays,

Improve Team Collaboration and Efficiency with Kanban

By |July 26th, 2022|

Many teams have started looking for ways to reduce team members' stress and allow tasks to flow efficiently. One of the ways that project managers have started to implement is the Kanban method in their operations. The Kanban methodology was introduced by an engineer, Taiichi Ohno, who was working